You've enrolled in class

Explore the Student Toolbox

Check out the Student Toolbox, where you’ll find a variety of resources to help you from day one—all in one convenient place.

Build your profile

Log in to your student account and set up your profile. You can upload a photo of yourself, write a bio, enter your contact info—and more.

Your computer system requirements

Find out if your system meets our technology requirements.

Get Microsoft® Office 365

Log into your student account to install Microsoft® Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint®, Excel®) if you don’t already have it. It’s free to all enrolled students.

Learn about responsible borrowing

Review all the student financial aid information and resources on borrowing responsibly—and be sure to contact Financial Services with questions.

PRO TIP: Now that the hard part is done, set up an appointment with your Enrollment Representative to review your resources and ask any questions you have about going to class. 

You have access to your class

Log in to your classroom

Click on your classroom link and review instructor announcements and policies on attendance and participation, print and review the course syllabus, and check out your weekly tasks and to-do items.

Expand your mind

Check out our collection of articles—packed with tons of interesting info, useful study tips, and so much more to help you rise to the challenge of earning your degree.

PRO TIP: Tackling your first day with all the right tools and information can be key to your success. Contact your Enrollment Representative today for your first day walkthrough.

Your first day of class

You’ve made it to your first day of class! Just a couple more items to check off your list and you’ll be ready for success:

  • Meet your instructor and review their contact information.
  • Familiarize yourself with the course objectives, assignments, and expectations.
  • Get to know your classmates - they have profiles as well!
  • Relax—you’ve got this.

PRO TIP: Make sure you are well rested and that you’ve eaten before going to class. Doing so could prevent you from losing focus, and will allow you to successfully retain information.