How to Search/Register/Enroll in an Online or Hybrid Course
The registration/enrollment process for online or hybrid courses is the same as for
- Students can search for online or hybrid (online courses with meetings)
using the "Search for Online Classes" link on the CLASS-Web main page.
sure to note whether there are any required on-campus meetings,
technical requirements, or other special notes for the course.
- Once you have decided on the course(s) that you would like to enroll in,
register for each course just as you would any regular course in
- If this is your first time enrolling in an online or hybrid course, you
may want to
view the optional Orientation to Online Learning.
The orientation consists of self-paced video clips and resources designed to provide you
with all the information you need to make sure you start an
online or hybrid course
- Just prior to the start of the semester, you should receive a welcome
email from firstname.lastname@example.org, containing information and reminders
to help get you started in the class. Some instructors will send their
students a welcome email as well.
Already Enrolled in an Online or Hybrid Class? How to Begin
- Check your class schedule
in CLASS-Web to verify whether there are any required on-campus meetings,
technical requirements, or other special notes for the course. Please
note that some hybrid courses may require that you attend the first
on-campus meeting prior to logging into Blackboard.
- On the
scheduled start date of your course, log in to Blackboard
using the Blackboard Login Instructions. Please note that most instructors do not make their course Blackboard sites available to students until the class start date,
including late-start classes.
- For online hybrid courses, be sure to attend any required on-campus meetings.
Please note that an instructor may drop students who miss the first meeting
of a course. The first meeting of online or hybrid courses is the first day of
the class as specified in the class schedule listing and may be an on-campus
- Be sure to make note of deadlines within the course for participating
and submitting assignments. Please note that instructors also may drop students who do not log into
a Blackboard course site and/or
complete assigned activities by the third day after the start date of the class.
to get started online? Students
have the option to view an online, self-paced orientation to online learning. The online orientation navigates you through general information
about online learning and how to get started in your online/hybrid course, steps
and videos for logging in and using Blackboard, tips for success, and much more.
Click here to view the online/self-paced
Orientation to Online Learning
Frequently Asked Questions
On-Campus Drop-in Help