Welcome!

The mission of the Distance Education program is to support the success of Fullerton College students who take online, hybrid, or teleweb courses, or who are using Blackboard in their on-campus courses.

Students:

For help with Blackboard, email online@fullcoll.edu.

Before you email, see the Frequently Asked Questions page, which has useful information that may help you to solve your problem quickly.

Campus Computer Lab Locations & Hours

Faculty and Staff:

The Distance Education department also supports faculty and all educational professionals on campus with training seminars and workshops, and one-on-one help every day of the week by appointment.

For help with Blackboard, email: online@fullcoll.edu.

Before you email, see the Frequently Asked Questions page, which has useful information that may help you to solve your problem quickly.

If you wish to make an appointment for one-on-one coaching, see the Contact Us page of this website.

Check out Faculty and Staff Educational Technology Resources. 

 

Hybrid

Course combines some percentage of class time online and some on campus.

Online

Offered entirely or primarily online. Some instructors may require attendance on campus for orientation and testing.

Teleweb

Combines videos, online technologies, and some on-campus attendance.

As cited in BP5500,  “A student who violates the standards of student conduct shall be subject to disciplinary action including, but not limited to, the removal, suspension or expulsion of the student.” You are in violation of the  Standards of Student Conduct and Discipline Policy  any time you allow someone else to log in and/or complete your coursework on your behalf. To view the Standards of Student Conduct and Discipline Policy, click here.