Tiffin, Ohio — Tiffin University will offer a two-week, online course to prospective undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students who want to try online learning at no charge.
The course, “Diversity in Education,” begins November 30 and will explore cultural, ethnic, economic, gender and racial differences and similarities in American society.
“We understand that students can be apprehensive of online learning,” said Dr. Amy Wood, Vice President for Enrollment Management. “TU hopes to relieve some of those concerns through this free two-week trial course. Ultimately, we want to help students be confident about fitting school into their lives and that they will be successful within the online environment.”
Participants can expect one assignment each week to gain a sense of how online learning works. They will also have authentic interactions with a Tiffin University faculty member and other prospective students in a live online environment. The course is free of charge and no textbook is required. Individuals who register for this course will not earn college credit.
To reserve your spot, visit apply.tiffin.edu/register/democourse or contact Alison Havrilla, Director for Online Enrollment Management, at email@example.com or 419-448-3442.