Online Education Additional Information
Online Education Frequently Asked Questions
Online and blended/hybrid courses have the same prerequisite requirements as traditional face-to-face courses.
Check the Academic Program Guide or speak with an Academic Advisor for prerequisite information.
For information regarding textbooks, visit the bookstore website.
College ID numbers are seven-digits in length beginning with a zero. To protect the privacy of student records under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) this information will not be relayed via phone or email. ID numbers may be found on acceptance letters, bills, semester schedules, and student ID cards issued by Public Safety. You may also access it via the WebAdvisor What’s My ID? feature.
Contact the Help Desk for technical support regarding WebStudy, WebAdvisor, and student e-mail. You may reach the via phone Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., closed Sunday, (856) 374-4900 or 877-326-4512. Email the Help Desk at email@example.com. You may also visit the Help Desk Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. in CIM 204, Blackwood Campus.
Most courses will not be accessible until the first day indicated on your schedule. You may receive correspondence from your teacher notifying you that the class can be accessed early. This information will be sent to your Camden County College e-mail address.
We recommend checking your registration via WebAdvisor. If you course is listed on WebAdvisor everything is okay with your registration and your course will be available on the first day of the semester. If your course is not listed on WebAdvisor, contact the Registrar’s Office for assistance.
No. Students complete work at their own pace while meeting weekly deadlines. There may be specific times when the instructor is available or there may be discussion opportunities. However, these are usually arranged at the students' and instructor's mutual convenience.
Some instructors use the College test centers on the Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill campuses; other instructors arrange for proctored sites within the community (e.g., local libraries, high schools, etc; most instructors place examinations online. The information provided by your instructor will contain specifics about the course's test policies.
Middle States Accreditation-Relevant Federal Regulations
Student identity verification in distance and correspondence education
The Commission must verify that institutions have effective procedures in place to ensure that the students who register in a distance or correspondence education course are the same students who participate in and complete the course, and receive the academic credit (34 CFR 602.17(g)).