If you fall below an 80% in your course, you may still complete the course. You will be awarded the grade you have earned, but you may not be able to take any more FlexPace courses. For example, if you are only earning a 65% in your FlexPace course, you will pass the course with that 65%. You will no longer be allowed multiple attempts to complete assignments; your first attempt will be your final grade.
FlexPace courses remain open for enrollment throughout the semester, usually even after traditional course start dates have passed. After you have completed the admission requirements, including completion of the FlexPace Orientation, you may self-register for any FlexPace course if you have a 3.0 GPA. If you do not have a 3.0 GPA, and you need assistance with registration, please contact email@example.com.
No, you may register for any combination of FlexPace, SinclairOnline, and face-to-face courses that you wish.
FlexPace courses require the same books as traditional courses. You will, however, need access to a computer with a reliable internet connection. Information about the software needed for your FlexPace course is provided within the course syllabus.
Yes, you can take an individual FlexPace course to see how you like it, as an elective or as part of your current program. You do not need to sign up for an entire FlexPace certificate or degree to take a FlexPace course. You will, however, still need to meet/complete the admissions requirements for Sinclair FlexPace, even if you only plan to take one FlexPace course.
FlexPace courses have the same tuition rate as regular SinclairOnline courses. Please refer to the current fee schedule page for current tuition and fee rates.
FlexPace courses have the same funding options as other Sinclair programs and courses. FlexPace courses can be paid for using financial aid, military education benefits, scholarships, employer-funded tuition assistance/reimbursement, and TAA or WIA funding.
FlexPace courses are similar to traditional online, however there are no due dates. Each of the labs and exams allow multiple attempts. You need an 80% to progress. Click here for a detailed list of assignments.