When do I attend my online classes?
Each week, you attend class on your own time. Your class will come with a syllabi, requirements and due dates for class assignments. You are free to go to class at any hour of the day or night that is convenient for you, as long as the class assignments are completed by the due dates.
How much time will I spend on class each week?
Expect to spend on average 9-12 hours per week per course. Just because traditional classroom times is greatly reduced, it does not mean that learning time is similarly reduced.
What if I need help from the professor?
Expect to have assistance from your instructor. An online course does not mean that you are on your own. Your instructor is available and eager to assist and guide you in your learning and answering your questions throughout the course.
Are there any special computer requirements?
Click here for complete details on computer hardware requirements.You will access password protected, idea-packed course Web sites for each online course you take.
Where do I attend class?
Log in to your Bay Path class at home, at the office, or while traveling wherever you have Internet access. No special software is needed.
How will I know which courses to take?
All online students are entitled to the same academic advising privileges that on campus students receive. You may contact your assigned academic advisor by phone, e-mail, or in person and they will be happy to assist you with all aspects of schedule planning.
Who do I contact if I have questions or concerns about online learning?
You should contact the Center for Distributed Learning with questions or concerns with online learning. The Center for Distributed Learning has a strong support staff that is happy to assist you with all of your questions and concerns.
What if I am having trouble logging in to the class, or have other computer problems?
Our friendly tech team provides personalized technical support via e-mail and by phone.