Welcome to WCCC Online
This page provides information for WCCC students who are already enrolled in online courses.
If you are interested in taking an online course or learning what courses are available online, visit the WCCC course listing, complete the online form, and select online from the campus options.
For WCCC students registered for online courses:
All online courses should be available on the first day of classes, Weekly assignments will be posted and you may complete each week’s assignments at your convenience at any time during the week. Your instructor will provide additional details regarding the work schedule for each course. It is important to your success to complete all assignments in a timely fashion and to submit them on or before the date due. This is especially important to keep you on track and to ensure that discussion assignments are meaningful to all.
Please note that courses will not be available before the first day of classes as instructors will be busy making final adjustments to their courses. There is no advantage in logging in before that date.
Books: Books for all classes are available in the WCCC bookstore and may be purchased in advance online through our website, www.wccc.bncollege.com at any time and picked up in store. Bookstore hours are generally 8-4:30 on weekdays but the bookstore maintains extended hours during semester start-up. Please stop in and see all that the WCCC Bookstore has to offer, bookstore manager Elissa Sieber (email@example.com) can assist you with all your campus needs. Please order your books early to be sure that you are ready to start your classes!
An Introduction to Distance Education: For those of you who have not taken an online course before and are able to come to campus, TRIO is offers a workshop to introduce you to the ins and outs of eLearning. Please contact the TRIO office immediately if you are interested in participating in this workshop. This workshop is not required but I think you will find it helpful in getting prepared for your online course(s).
Most problems experienced by online students are related to pop-up blockers. If you have a pop-up blocker installed you will have to set it to accept pop-ups from this site. This can usually be found in your browser’s “tools” menu and is not difficult to set.
One of the problems with technology is that it sometimes fails, and this always seems to happen just when you most need it. WCCC is committed to providing you with a trouble-free learning experience. Should we experience a server outage due to power or equipment failures, we will endeavor to have all systems up and running again as soon as possible. Thank you in advance for your patience. We appreciate your notifying us if the site appears to be down.