Spring Quarter Classes

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, LWTech is offering a combination of online and on-campus classes for Spring quarter. This decision was made for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff. The College is relying on guidance from the Office of the Governor, Washington State Public Health, King County Public Health, and the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.

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Will students be allowed on campus during Spring quarter?

  • Students must attest their vaccination status to come to campus.
  • Students registered in specific section codes will be allowed on campus during Spring quarter, which can be viewed in the legend below.
  • Students will only be permitted on campus during the scheduled lab days and times. Specific instructions will be sent to these students regarding protocols for their time on campus. 
  • This is the current plan based on public health guidance. The college may change these rules depending on the changing nature of the pandemic. Students enrolled in these classes should be prepared to be flexible. For example, an on-campus class may be moved online if the college receives guidance that this is necessary.

What if I don't have internet or need a quiet space to study?

The college set up FREE wi-fi access for students in the parking lot under the Technology Center Building.

Understanding Your Class Mode - Section Codes

The college uses section codes to designate the mode of instruction. When you look at the class schedule you can find the section code right after the item number:

Image of class code to designate the mode of instruction when looking at the class schedule.

Here are more details explaining the various modes of instruction for Spring quarter:

  • 1-25 - Face-to-Face
    On-campus face-to-face.
  • L1-10 – Online
    Fully online class in Canvas with no required attendance in a virtual classroom.
  • F1-F25 - Combination
    Combination of required participation in virtual classroom (Zoom) and on-campus.
  • R1-R22 – Remote 
    Required participation in virtual classroom (Zoom) during the days/times listed in the class schedule
  • H1-25 - Combination
    Combination of on-campus face-to-face and Canvas.
  • B1-B10 – Lab or Clinical Only, Face-to-Face
    This course is offered face-to-face on campus or at a clinical site.
  • IB – I-BEST  - Combination
    I-BEST (An I-BEST class). Read more about I-BEST. See entry in class schedule for days and times of technical classes for required, online class sessions.
  • LC - Learning Community – Face-to-Face
    On-campus face-to-face.
    Read more about Learning Communities
  • W1-W3 
    WAOL class. Read more about WAOL classes.

Spring Quarter Registration Dates

November 1, 2021 
Priority Student Registration
(Military Veterans, Worker Retraining, WorkFirst, Disability Support Services, students graduating next quarter) 

November 2, 2021 
Advising day, Continuing Student Registration

November 4, 2021 
New Student Registration

November 5, 2021 
Open registration (all students) 

March 16, 2022 
Spring quarter registration resumes

April 3, 2022 
Last day to register for Spring quarter

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Technology Support

The college has technology available for students to borrow through the LWTech Library. Complete the Technology Needs form to determine your technology needs and make a request to borrow a device. It is critical for you to regularly check your student email to receive technology.

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