Whether you are beginning work on an online degree or certificate program or taking one or two courses online to accommodate your busy schedule, Online Education can help you prepare for success.
While online learning can be a convenient way to take the classes you need, it requires time and discipline. Online course outcomes are identical to that of a face-to-face class on the same topic, but the course content is not. The workload can be more demanding than a regular face-to-face class in that you have to be a self-directed learner, stay motivated, and stay on top of your workload independently.
We are here to support you through every step of the process.
See which degree and certificate programs are available online.
Are you thinking about becoming an online student? We can help you decide whether
this is the right option for you.
Ready to start? Learn what to do to enroll in your online program.
Contact Online Student Services to make sure you have all of the answers you need
to get started today.
As a member of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), St. Louis Community
College has reciprocal agreements with most states to allow students living in those
states to take courses online.
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