Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Often students have similar questions, and are unsure where to find the answers. This is becoming more of an issue with more students taking online courses, and fewer students taking traditional classes on campus. As a result frequently asked questions have been compiled from the following offices: Financial Aid, Admissions, and the Business Office. This page was designed to answer questions for students quickly, however students are always welcome to come to campus or call campus with any questions.
- Accreditation FAQ's
- Financial Aid FAQ's
- Admissions FAQ's
- Business Office FAQ's
- Institutional Research
- Distance Learning (ITV)
- Institutional Information and FAQ's
- State Authorization for Distance Education
- Accessibility Statements of Course Technologies
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