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Here are some tips on how to be a successful online student:

1. Have access to a computer and the internet.

The communication medium is a computer with internet access; you must have access to these necessary features. You may usually access computers with a high speed connection to the Internet at your local public library.

2. You may need to have another browser besides Internet Explorer.

While our courses work fine with Internet Explorer, some have reported that other browsers such as Firefox or Google Chrome seem to be more suitable for online learning systems. Should you experience any trouble using our system, we suggest that you try another browser first before contacting us for assistance.

3. Be self-motivated and self-disciplined.

With the freedom and flexibility of the online environment comes responsibility. The online process takes a real commitment and discipline to keep up with the flow of the process.

4. Be willing and able to commit the necessary time weekly for each course.

Online is not easier than the traditional educational process. In fact, it requires the same level of commitment.

5. Remember to start your study time with prayer.

You are learning from the Master, Jesus, first and foremost. May He both enrich and enlighten your knowledge and understanding as you sit and study at His feet!


Here is how to get started:

1. Log in using your unique username and password. Once logged in, you will see a list of academic programs appear below. This is your virtual campus.

2. Click on your program and year of study to access your course(s).

3. Click on the course you wish to enter. Note: you must be registered prior to receiving access to individual courses.

4. Read through the instructions for your course and follow them as you work through each lesson. Be sure to read all of the notes and any assigned textbook readings in each lesson.

5. Complete all assignments and quizzes before moving on to the next lesson. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each lesson until you complete your course.

6. After completing all of the assigned readings, written assignments, and quizzes you are ready to take the final exam. Once you have taken the final exam, you have completed your course!

7. Repeat this process for each course until you have completed your degree program.

If you have any questions you may leave a message for your professor and he or she will contact you as soon as possible. If you have any trouble contacting a professor or you do not hear back in a timely manner, then you may contact for assistance.

May the Lord Jesus Christ enrich, enlighten, and embolden you as you seek to serve Him and study at His feet!

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