Online FAQs

Earning your degree or college credit online may be easier than you think, but still requires time management, self motivation, organization skills to succeed. Find out if you are ready for online learning by completing the SmarterMeasure assessment. SmarterMeasure indicates a learner's level of readiness to study online and/or in a technology rich environment. Your SmarterMeasure score will not prevent you from registering for online classes. It is a tool that will help you assess your strengths and opportunities for growth related to online learning.

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There are two types of online courses at Blinn: online and blended (hybrid) courses. More information can be found on the Types of Online Courses page.
Online courses hold the same equivalency as traditional face-to-face courses.
Online courses will typically transfer to other colleges. However, you should speak to an advisor to ensure that your course will transfer to your college/university.
eCampus is the learning management system in which students will conduct their online class sessions. Students log into eCampus remotely and access the information provided by the instructor. Visit the eCampus Tutorials page to learn more.

Blinn provides academic and technical support to ensure an engaging and successful online learning experience. Visit the Support Services page to see the full list of resources available to you.

The Blinn Online staff 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.
You can find the contact information for your instructor in the Blinn College Directory.
In the course schedule, online course section numbers begin with "N" and blended (hybrid) course section numbers begin with "B."
Auditing is not permitted with any of Blinn's online courses.

Contact:

  • Blinn Online