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  • Registration session encouraged for new M State eCampus students

    This 20-30 minute phone call with an academic advisor is designed to assist you with selecting classes for Spring 2015 semester and answer questions you may have! Sign up for an eCampus Registration Event today!

  • Don't wait until it's too late!

    Take the first step to a new you, and apply online today.

  • Don't get stuck in the cold!

    Don’t get stuck in the cold! Register for your eCampus classes from the comfort of your home.

  • eCampus Bookstore Opens December 8!

    Students taking eCampus courses order their books online. Voucher IDs will be active from December 22 through January 16.

  • Find a degree that's right for you!

    Learn more about the 25+ eCampus degrees and programs.


 

eCampus Advantages - Your Regional College of Choice

  • Attend class from any location with reliable high-speed Internet access and receive personal attention from instructors and staff
  • Choose from more than 300 online classes and 25 online programs and majors
  • No need to travel to campus, unless program requirements specify
  • Connect with other eCampus students for a genuine college experience
  • Get online access to advising, tutoring, enrollment and financial aid resources
  • Qualified eCampus students can apply for and use financial aid to pay for courses
  • No need to complete the formal admissions process if you are registering for seven credits or less

Congratulations new and returning students! You are one step closer to earning a certificate, diploma or degree at M State. College is hard. Keep working diligently this term and use all the support resources that are available to you.

Spring 2015 registration opens September 29, 2014! Students who register well in advance of the term start have more course selection and are better prepared for success. The eCampus course schedule is located on the Web. Please contact your academic advisor to discuss your spring 2015 course plans. Your advisor is identified on your SpartanNet home page. If you have general questions please send those to ecampus@minnesota.edu or call us at (877) 450-3322. Develop your spring 2015 plans today; we are ready to assist you.

Your active participation from Day 1 of the term is key to your academic success. Instructors are required to issue a grade of FN ("failure for non-attendance") for students who do not participate actively during the first week of the term. In order to succeed in your online courses, login and begin participating actively from the first day of the term! Failing to actively participate in your courses at the beginning and during the term can negatively impact your financial aid eligibility and financial obligations. Please read the student handbook thoroughly to ensure that you understand these implications.

Students should read the Student Handbook on the website for more information about important policies, procedures and services.

How do I contact someone at eCampus? If you have questions about applying, registration, financial aid or ordering your books for your eCampus courses, call us at 877-450-3322 or email ecampus@minnesota.edu today. M State's FAFSA code is 005541, and you may fill out the FAFSA application at www.fafsa.gov. We provide updates for students and campus highlights on Facebook. Like us at www.facebook.com/mstate.ecampus and check out the Meet Your eCampus Team document below to learn more about the staff members who are part of your educational team!


 

Computer Requirements

To complete your eCampus program or course requirements, 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.

Last modified: March 31st, 2014 at 02:00pm