Your classroom experience

Your classroom is an innovative learning environment that brings together discussions, assignments and learning activities all in one location. Depending on the program, your classroom experience may vary. If you need help accessing or navigating your online classroom, contact your Enrollment Representative.

Log in to the Student Portal to access your classroom.

PRO TIP:Your instructor will provide a course syllabus. Read it carefully and refer to it often, as it will help guide you toward successfully completing your coursework. Always ask questions if you’re unsure about something.

Attendance and participation

Find out how to fulfill attendance and participation requirements in our various degree programs. Your participation is assessed by the faculty member. Requirements may vary depending on the class, so always refer to your course syllabus.

PRO TIP: Take each course one day at a time, break large projects down into smaller tasks and ask for help when you need it. Your friends, family, classmates and instructors are all valuable resources.

Effective communication

The ability to get your ideas across in writing will be crucial to your success in your classes. Here are some tips to guide you when writing an email, engaging in discussions with classmates or asking your instructor for help.

PRO TIP: Stay on top of course readings, which are usually available electronically. Consider completing your reading assignments at least a day before they’re due.

Learning formats

Choose a learning style to fit your routine. Whether it's attending classes online or on-campus, you’ll learn from the same rigorous curriculum applied to every method. Although our learning formats are widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and campus formats.

Technology plays a key role in your educational process, regardless of your learning format—please be sure that you meet the computer requirements.

PRO TIP: Stay on top of course readings, which are usually available electronically. Consider completing your reading assignments at least a day before they’re due.

Fun reads

Gain some insight on how to be a more effective student, get tips on better study habits and more with these motivating and easy to read articles.