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Central Coast College Will Have Mostly Online Fall Semester Because Of Coronavirus

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A Central Coast college’s fall semester will be mostly online as a result of tghe coronavirus crisis.

Cuesta College officials say lecture classes will be fully online, as will most lab and performance courses.  But, some which can’t be done online will be held in person with a number of coronavirus safety protocols in place.

Campus events, and performances are being shifted online.

The one big question for Cuesta College, and other community colleges in the state is about sports.  The agencies which oversee sports, and sports leagues haven’t announced a decision on whether competition will take place, and if so under what conditions.