eLearning at North
North’s eLearning Support Center provides logistical support and information to distance learners as well as on-campus students in hybrid and web-enhanced classes. Academic divisions offer many credit courses and curricula through several non-traditional delivery modes, including fully online and blended learning.
These delivery modes bring new learning options and opportunities to students who have diverse learning styles, those who require flexibility in their schedules, and those who do not live within commuting distance. Students can earn an A.A. degree and/or receive specific certificates through fully online courses.
North Seattle College (NSC) proudly offers both credit and non-credit elearning courses that require few (if any) on-campus visits. Online courses use computer technologies that translate traditional classroom instruction into learning in new and innovative ways. Classes are designed to provide close interaction with instructors when and where it best serves student needs.
eLearning classes, however they utilize technology (Course Formats), are rigorous and cover the same material as on-campus classes. Most of North Seattle elearning courses start at the beginning of the quarter and end at the same time as on-campus courses. Credits earned through online courses are transferable and appear on transcripts just like any other class.
Why learn at North Seattle College?
We offer over 200 different fully online and hybrid elearning courses. You can complete your A.A. degree through convenient online classes. Our elearning students have been very successful, as evidenced by the fact that North Seattle College has one of the highest student completion rates of all community colleges in Washington state. Each elearning class is designed by the instructor who is teaching it, and the "virtual classroom" closely blends with each instructor's own teaching style.
NeLSC (North's eLearning Support Center) will help you to succeed!
eLearning is not for everyone. The classes are not easier than traditional on campus classes. Often they require additional self-motivation and discipline. However, we will provide you with guidance through the elearning aspects of your experience. For technical help or an orientation to an unfamiliar aspect of your courseware, contact NeLSC Office by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (206) 934-3738.