Students resuming classes this fall at Des Moines Area Community College campuses will have a number of options to choose from in how they attend classes, say DMACC officials. The fall semester for DMACC’s 12 campuses and centers begins Aug. 26. “While we’re expanding our online programs this fall, including DMACC Rx (Real Time Virtual), we will also offer a range of face-to-face classes,” DMACC President Rob Denson said in a press statement. “It’s important to provide students with different options in how and where they want to learn. Students will have greater flexibility this year to choose the learning environment that’s right for them.” New cleaning protocols, signage to emphasize safety and modified time between classes are some of the measures being taken to protect students, faculty and staff who attend in person. The DMACC Rx classes are offered on a set day and time via computer, allowing students to see and interact with their professors and fellow classmates in real time. DMACC will also offer web-blended classes, which combine face-to-face and online, as well as traditional online classes. For a complete list of learning options, click here.