Recreation Center denies online-only enrolled students

  Students taking only online classes for the summer will have to find a different place to exercise, or face a membership fee. The Recreation Center does not allow students enrolled only in online classes access to the facility, much to the dismay ... Continue Reading →

Online education continues to grow despite challenges

Enrollment in Massive Open Online Courses is at an all-time high worldwide, but Chancellor Rita Cheng said the university is not competing with the virtual classrooms. MOOCs, which are free Internet-based courses where anyone can join classes taught by ... Continue Reading →

Online class enrollment increases

After seeing an online class enrollment increase this fall, SIU is looking to offer more online courses in the next few years. At her State of the University Address Sept. 5 and the Faculty Senate meeting Sept. 11, Chancellor Rita Cheng and others talked ... Continue Reading →

Online classes begin to show prominence

The number of students enrolled in online classes increased 11.5 percent from last spring despite the university’s overall enrollment decline. While some in the university community think online courses lack many positive aspects of the classroom ... Continue Reading →
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