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M State offers free online tutoring options through EduWizards and Smarthinking. Start accessing these resources today.
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eCampus Bookstore opens for summer semester Monday, April 13. Voucher IDs will be active April 27-June 5.
The eCampus Student Commons is a location for all eCampus students to go to ask questions, find answers and connect with other students taking online classes. Log into Desire2Learn through SpartanNet to access D2L Student Commons.
Whether your goal is completing a few college courses or earning a degree, M State's eCampus provides an affordable and innovative way to advance your education online. eCampus, with an enrollment of 2,300, offers more than 300 classes and 25 programs and majors through online education. Check out the online degree options on our Programs Page.
Online courses are taught by caring faculty members, and there is easy online access to your instructors, your advisor and other resources including an electronic library and tutoring services. M State is fully accredited and offers transfer, career and technical online program and degrees. You can start your M State career by applying now.
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To complete your eCampus program or courses, your home computer operating system will need to meet the requirements listed for your program. Click here to see your program's specific requirements.
All students enrolled in an eCampus course or program must have daily access to a laptop or desktop computer with reliable Internet access in order to be successful. Note: Tablet devices and smartphones do not typically support all the applications involved with online instruction. You cannot rely exclusively on a tablet device or smartphone to be successful with your online courses.
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