Students

Coming to Campus

Returning to campus this fall will be a little bit different. We are working to keep our campus community safe and have implemented a few new processes.

Campus Entrances

Regardless of which building your class is located, you must enter through one of these designated entrances at each campus.

Look for the Walters State banner at each of the campuses entrance points

Morristown Campus

CCEN | Front Entrance
Dr. Jack E. Campbell College Center

LIB | Lower-level Entrance
R. Jack Fishman Library

Claiborne County Campus

WSCE | Front Entrance
Main Campus Building

Niswonger Campus

WSGC | Main Entrance
Main Campus Building

Sevier County Campus

KOH | North Entrance
Kile-Ogle Hall

Campus Appointments

All on-campus services are available by appointment only.

Services that will be available by appointment at the Morristown Campus include the following:

To make an appointment for student services at one of Walters State’s other campus sites, call or email the campus directly:

Fall 2020 Class Formats

We are offering several types of classes for fall semester. Find your class format on your class schedule.

CON

Conventional Courses

Conventional (CON) Courses meet “face-to-face” for lecture and/or lab instruction; however, some course materials/activities may be online and require some Internet access. Online components may include access to course content, course notes, resources, and assessments.

ONLINE

Web-based Courses

WS Web-based (online) Courses offer students the opportunity to complete the work for a particular course via the Internet and eLearn. Online courses are a good choice for self-motivated, self-directed students who need classes on a flexible schedule. To complete all requirements for these courses students must be able to access the Internet from home or other location.

HYB

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses (HYB) offer students the opportunity to complete some of the work for a particular course via the Internet and eLearn. Hybrid classes are good choices for students who need to limit the number of trips to campus, but who also like having some face-to-face contact with classmates and the instructor. Instruction may be offered face-to-face or via Microsoft Teams and/or Zoom technology. To complete requirements for these courses students must be able to access the Internet from home or other location.

TWY

Video Streaming Courses

Video streaming courses (TWY) follow traditional class meeting schedules, while providing students the opportunity to attend class sessions at one of Walters State’s four campuses in Greeneville, Sevierville, Tazewell or Morristown). Video streaming courses are good choices for students who may be unable to travel to one particular campus for a particular course. Instructors can deliver instruction from any of the four campuses to students at the other three campuses. Students at the distance locations can see and interact with the instructor and students at other sites via closed circuit television technology.

DVC

Desktop Video Courses

Desktop Video Course (DVC) offers students the opportunity to complete the work for a particular course in a face-to-face environment over the Internet. Desktop Video courses are a good choice for students who need to take classes at home or want to take classes off campus but need the structure of a classroom. To complete all requirements for these courses students must be able to access the Internet from home or other location.

RD1 Web-based/Online

TN eCampus Courses

TN eCampus Web-based/Online (RD1) Courses offer students the opportunity to complete the work for a particular course via the Internet and eLearn. Online courses are a good choice for self-motivated, self-directed students who need classes on a flexible schedule. To complete all requirements for these courses students must be able to access the Internet from home or other location. For more information go to TN eCampus.