Registration Cut-off Date
The registration cut-off date for each course is indicated on the course schedule. Registrations received after the cut-off date will not be able to be processed.
For immediate online registration, tuition is payable in full with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. The transaction will take place over a secure Internet connection; your personal information and credit card number will be encrypted so it cannot be read by anyone.
Our interface (this website) has been designed for ease of use. In order to participate fully in all course areas and activities, you will need a current Internet browser (Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer Apple Safari, Netscape Navigator, or Mozilla Firefox) we do not recommend using AOL’s built-in browser or any other Internet Service Provider’s proprietary browser, as certain functions may be restricted. Because we regularly upgrade the site and add features, we recommend always using the most current browser version available for your system to make sure that you can take advantage of enhancements as they are made. If you need to upgrade your browser, go to your browser manufacturer’s website and click on the free download. You will also need an email account to receive registration confirmations and course announcements. For your writing assignments, you can use any word processing software or the text editor provided in the system. Assiignments must be submitted in a Word Document or PDF.
You will receive email notification of acceptance of your registration as soon as your registration is processed, with notification of the activation of your user account and details regarding use of the interface. IMPORTANT: You will not be able to access your course until the course start date. If you have any issues or do not receive your confirmation email, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Attendance” and Assignments
You will get the most out of your course if you participate fully. This means doing all of the assigned readings, assignments and tests, reading the lecture materials, watching videos and participating in all group discussion areas. A certain amount of flexibility is an element of the asynchronous design of these courses. There is no set time that you need to be online to take part in any of the scheduled activities; you can log on at 3:00am if that’s the best time for you. You will be given ample time to do all of the readings and assignments, but within each session of the course there will be certain deadlines that must be adhered to.
Many colleges and universities do accept non-accredited distance education course work on a case-by-case basis. This decision is solely at the discretion of the undergraduate program to which you apply and inquiries should be directed to that
Proficiency in English is required for all online courses and tuition must be paid in U.S. funds.