Summer 2022 Course Modality

Summer 2022 Course Modality


In-person classes

Summer A classes at Teachers College begin on Thursday, May 19th and end on Wednesday, June 29th. Summer B courses begin Tuesday, July 5th, and end on Monday, August 15th. 

All Art and Art Education classes will take place in-person on the TC campus, with the exception of three: 

  • A&HA 4089 - New Media, New Forms: Technological Trends in Art Education and; 
  • A&H 4000 - Inquiry in the Museum 
  • A&HA 4086 - Current Issues and Practices in Art and Art Education: Design for Educators

 

Returning to in-person instruction is not a preference. It is the mode of instruction, unless otherwise noted in the course registration system

All students who will be on campus are required to be fully vaccinated, boosted and to comply with all the policies for campus access. Please refer to the TC preparedness website for specific information. New information is added to this site daily. https://www.tc.columbia.edu/preparedness/

Students may also email returntocampus@tc.columbia.edu with any concerns.

 
Teachers College is no longer processing requests for accessing in-person classes remotely.

If you are unable to attend classes in person due to a disability or health concern, please register with OASID. OASID will be in touch with your instructors regarding accommodations.

Note that in-person studio art courses may not be taken remotely, even if you have OASID accommodations.

 

Online courses

Three Art and Art Education studio art courses will be offered fully online.

The two studio courses below will be taught entirely online in Summer A & B,  and are open to all students. 

  • A&HA 4089 - New Media, New Forms: Technological Trends in Art Education
  • A&HA 4086 - Current Issues and Practices in Art and Art Education: Design for Educators  and; 
  • A&H 4000 - Inquiry in the Museum 

Customary studio fees will be waived or reduced significantly for online studios (when fees are reduced, these will be used for guest speakers). Instead of paying studio fees, students will be required to source and purchase their own supplies. Specific supply lists will be provided by studio instructors.

As is always the case, some courses for students in the Hybrid Studio Practice for Art Educators MA Program will be taught entirely online in Summer. These courses are only for students in the Hybrid Studio MA Program and are not open to other students. This is noted in the online schedule. 

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