Frequently Asked Questions

eCampus is the learning management system used by Blinn College. Students log into eCampus from their computers and access the information provided by the instructor.
There are three types of DL courses at Blinn College: Online (Internet) courses, Blended (Hybrid) courses, and Interactive Video courses. More information can be found on the Types of Distance Learning Courses page.
Typically, yes. DL courses will transfer to other colleges. However, you should consult Blinn's transfer site or speak to an advisor to ensure that your course will transfer to your college/university.
The SmarterMeasure assessment can help you determine whether you have the technical skills to take a Distance Learning course. SmarterMeasure is a web-based tool which assesses your level of readiness for enrolling in distance education courses. It assesses important attributes in online learning, such as self-motivation, time-management skills, self-discipline, persistence, availability of time, and ability to use a laptop, printer, software, and the Internet.

The DL technical support staff is here to assist you with any technical difficulties you may have. Our contact information is on the sidebar of each page, and our office hours are listed on the DL home page. Our office is closed during all observed Blinn holidays. Please visit the Blinn College calendar for these holiday postings.

If you have technical difficulties with a course or with eCampus, you may call our office or set up an appointment with one of our technical support specialists. We have an online orientation that you can log in to at any time to get a preview of eCampus. In addition, we have numerous tutorials available for you to read or print.

Before you get frustrated and drop the course due to technical problems, contact our office or look at our website. We are here to assist you.

Visit the Tutorials page and click on Log in Instructions.
The DL Department cannot force students into courses. You will need to contact the dean or department head for that particular course to determine whether that division allows students to be forced into courses.
Go to the Blinn College Directory. Type in your instructor's first or last name. Your instructor's contact information should appear.
Auditing is not permitted with any of Blinn's online Distance Learning courses.

 

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Room 102, 104
979-209-7298


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Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 2pm - 10pm

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