Quality, Convenience and Cost
When it comes to your degree, we believe that you should never have to compromise quality for convenience or cost. That’s why we take an approach that combines all three - so you can have more control over your online education and your future.
The Northeast enrollment specialists will help you with the enrollment process, applying for financial aid and transferring credits so you can begin your educational career smoothly. Our faculty are industry experts and teachers. Northeast has the support systems in place to help you be successful in your online classes.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you have previously taken an online class through My Classes Online, you will be able to use your same log-in information that you have used in the past and can log-in one week prior to the start of your classes. If you have NEVER taken an online class through My Classes Online, you will receive log-in information about one week prior to the start of classes. Be sure Northeast Community College has a current email address for you. You can update your email address at any time via My Northeast.
Yes, online classes require textbooks. The Hawk Shop can help you with getting your books by the first day of classes.
We have several support pieces for you that can be accessed remotely. Your instructors are available to answer questions about your class content. We have an online advisor available to help you with connecting to campus, answering general questions, and advisement. We also have a helpdesk that can assist you with understanding the technical side of My Classes Online. In addition, many of our student support services can be accessed without coming to campus.
No—Northeast Community College classes have set deadlines for assignments, tests, and quizzes. You will not need to log-in at a specific time; however, you will need to submit your work by the assigned deadlines.
Online classes cover the same content as on-campus classes. Therefore, they are not easier than other class formats. In fact, online classes are sometimes more difficult than on-campus classes. Not because the material is more difficult, but because the instructor isn’t accessed in the same fashion. Oftentimes, the multiple methods of learning and answering questions is not as vast.
While some components of the online class can be completed on a mobile device, the best option for successful completion of your online class is having reliable access to a computer with internet.
Where on-campus classes seem time-consuming because you are required to be in class at set times, you may find taking an online class requires more time. You are responsible for carving out time to “attend lectures” - watch videos, read the text, etc.- as well as find time to complete assignments.