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Distance learning courses offer greater scheduling flexibility for students who work full time or those who can not fit campus-based classes into their busy schedules.  

Using the internet and other technologies, instructors provide students with an education from the convenience of their home, a learning center or the workplace. Distance learning courses may be synchronous - same time, same location - or asynchronous - any time, any location. They are designed for mature, disciplined students who are able to work independently and complete coursework on time.


Help Requests

Students who need assistance accessing their D2L courses should use this form. Students can also email or call 843-574-6801.

Faculty who need assistance with D2L should use this form. Faculty can also email or call 843-574-6864 for D2L help.