To get started, click on Course Listings in above tab and follow directions to access your class. Everything you need is there!
eLearning requires students have the necessary skills to learn online and complete their online assignments. Before you take any online class, you should be confident about your computer and study skills.
Problems logging in? Re-read your Course Listing, make sure you are logging in to the correct place and using the correct login. If problems persist, contact us at eLearning@southseattle.edu, 206.934.7930, or contact us via this form. Always include your full name, SID, and the name and item number of the class you are trying to log in to. Remember, you cannot log into an online class until that quarter!
SSCC has its own student campus email accounts (using GoogleApps4Education, or GA4E), and some online classes or programs require students have one. Check your Course Listing to see if yours does. You can find out more about your free South Seattle Community College GoogleApps4Education student email accounts (GA4E) by going here: http://sites.southseattle.edu/email/Attendance Verification Form:The Financial Aid department would prefer that your instructor send them proof of your online attendance, following the rules for this. However, you may instead come to the eLearning office in person for a proxy signature. Make sure your form is filled out, including your SID and the item numbers of the online classes you are taking. We will gladly sign for your instructor. Note the correct telephone number is (206) 934-5317.
About Tuition Payment Deadlines:
-Payment Policy for Tuition and Fees http://www.southseattle.edu/financial/payment.aspx-Student Tuition Automated Payment Plan FACTS http://www.southseattle.edu/financial/facts-payment.aspxStudents dropped by the Registration office for non-payment of tuition are not guaranteed their position back in class and may have to go onto a waiting list, if there is one.
IMPORTANT: Some online courses are offered through specific programs and require permission to join. Because these unique courses may not be listed in our course listings you must refer to the information your program's coordinator or instructor has supplied you. If you still have questions about how and when to access your online course please contact us at eLearning@southseattle.edu, 206.934.7930, or contact us via this form. Always include your full name, SID, and the name and item number of the class you are trying to log in to. We will try to help you log into the online portion of your class.
Please note: For any questions about course materials, contact your instructor. Instructor contact information can be found on your Course Listings or in your syllabus.
To order course textbooks go to http://southscc.bncollege.com > select Textbook > go through the Step One and the Step Two ‘process’ to find your textbook(s).
You can also check the SSCC Bookstore by calling (206) 934-5338 to see if the book is in stock. You can pick up your book by visiting the SSCC Bookstore or you can request that they can mail it out to you (additional fees may apply).
Once you've acquired your textbook information, you can also order textbooks online from other venues.Remember, books may take 7 to 9 days to arrive, so order early!
- Rentals have returned to South! Take a moment to check our Campus Bookstore website southscc.bncollege.com to see if your class is hosting one of these books. Save 50% off price of new textbooks.
- Check out South's link to eTextbooks! eTextbooks are digital, downloadable versions of a physical textbook, and can be used on either PCs or Macs.
Always stay in touch with your instructor. Read your Course Listings to find instructor contact info and login to your online classroom when the quarter starts. This is your responsibility as a online college student!.
IMPORTANT - Keep your eMail address current.
You need to keep a current email address on file with both campus records and your instructor(s).
To update/change/verify your email address, go to https://sccdweb.sccd.ctc.edu/seasou/stuaddr/waci203.htmlYou'll need your Student Identification [SID] Number and Personal Identification Number [PIN]. Read about them here: SID and PIN
Also - it is very important to check your Junk/Spam folder for emails from your teacher and/or campus.-If you are having trouble, or need assistance or advice about your online courses, please contact us.
It is designed to help us determine demographic information regarding eLearning students in order to better serve their needs.
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