SPRING COURSE SCHEDULE & IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The full listing of online, hybrid and virtual campus courses (course designations) for Spring 2019 can be found in Web Advisor/Titans Direct (seat availability and course descriptions).  For the most comprehensive and up to date information, complete the date range field and in location choose online or hybrid.  Registration began on November 5th.  In addition, a complete list of distance education courses is provided here for additional information and campus commitments.  (RTF file version)

GETTING STARTED

All information can be found in the Student Guide to Distance Learning. Be sure to  check Web Advisor/Titan Direct for additional course specific information.   Students who are required to attend a course specific orientation can find the required information in Web Advisor/Titans Direct or on the course listings below.  In addition, be sure to click around on the Distance Education home page for additional resources, technical requirements, learning tutorials, Blackboard help, etc.  Lastly take a moment to complete the browser checker to determine your computers compatibility with Blackboard.

GENERAL INFORMATION LETTER

Be sure to check your email (lastname.firstname@student.ccm.edu) for log in and getting started information just prior to the beginning of the semester term. All registered students have CCM email.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING TERM STARTING TIMES: 

Due to mini term semesters, students will not be able to register/add an online course once the term begins (for example, for the spring 16 week term and  the early 7 week term, the last day to add an online class is January 17th).

REMEMBER, you cannot access your online or hybrid class until after 8am on the the first day of your term.  Students in hybrid courses should log into Blackboard on the first day of the semester and not wait until the first on campus meeting.

To get a good idea of your “chances for success” as an online student take the TEST OF ONLINE LEARNING SUCCESS (ToOLS)   You can be successful in online courses if you have basic technical and academic skills, are able to study independently, and are willing to devote the same amount of time and effort that you would to any college credit course.