Hi all! Charlene here. Long time lurker. I’ve been searching but haven’t been very successful. I have a relative who is 20 and was recently diagnosed with schizophrenia. He was once a really bright kid until mental health issues happened. He barely graduated from high school and his road to recover has been filled with ups and downs. He has paranoia so synchronous classes are no good. Are there any self-paced distance learning programs with no interaction with other students and only contact with the professor if necessary available that will give the student college credit once they are done with the course? Does Western Governors University fit the bill? It doesn’t necessarily need to lead to a degree. He is currently taking free non-credit classes online and we feel it’s a shame to put so much work and not get any credit for it. Are there any programs that offer distance learning classes with minimal people contact where one can watch videos and hopefully at most take an exam at the end and get college credit for it? We are hoping that he can start slow, take a few classes that offer college credit and after years gather a bunch of college credits and depending on his mental health situation (hopefully recovering) earn a degree of some kind. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.