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Students in online classes are responsible for balancing their time around the assignments and requirements of the class, for meeting deadlines announced by the instructor and possibly attending an on campus final examination. To see if an online course is right for you and the way you study, first watch this short video, then review Is an Online Course Right For You?
Hybrid courses will require attendance on campus for about 50% of the time and about 50% online. Be aware that an Online or a Hybrid course may require more work rather than less than a traditional course.
Most Online and Hybrid courses use Campus Cruiser, except for some Math courses where you will be told how to access the course by Math Faculty.
If you are a first-time user of CampusCruiser OR are having a problem with access, please read the following sections:
Campus Cruiser log-in ID and password are mailed to your home address on registeration at MCC for the first time. Students can also look for their Campus Cruiser log-in ID on a current schedule or bill. If you do not have your Campus Cruiser log-in ID or password you must go to the Registrar’s Office in Chamber’s Hall with your MCC student ID card. You may call the Registrar’s office at 732-548-6000 for hours of operation. DUE TO FERPA REGULATIONS NO PASSWORDS OR LOG-INS WILL BE GIVEN ON THE PHONE.
These tutorials will help you learn how to use the tools that you need to work with in your course.
For details how to access any of the online collections from Off Campus see the following:
The Library provides a wealth of resources and support for online learning including the following:
Middlesex students on Middlesex online courses may purchase textbooks online or in person from the Blue Colt Bookstore.
The College provides specialized counseling and auxiliary services to support a student’s academic program at the College. Services and accommodations are provided in keeping with the regulations and spirit of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act. A variety of services may be provided including adapted testing services and adaptive technology as well as liaison with faculty regarding accommodations based on a student’s needs and supported by documentation. At the college level it is the student’s responsibility to self-identify and request services. Students requesting academic adjustments are required to submit appropriate and recent documentation and complete a Support Service Application in a timely manner to the Office of Special Services, located in ED 100 at ext. 2546 (please refer to the MCC Procedures for Providing Services to students with disabilities for further details).