Steps for taking a course listed in the SREB’s Electronic Campus
Step 1: Find a course.
Eligible programs are added and deleted continually. Review the SREB Electronic Campus site (www.electroniccampus.org) to identify the course by topic or name. Be sure to pay attention to the course delivery format. Search for online courses each term by subject, title, or institution.
Step 2: Apply for admission.
For information on admission to any of these programs, you can contact the University admissions office. Links to Electronic Campus Academic Common Market participants are provided via the electronic campus site or by clicking here.
Step 3: Verify WV residency.
While you are in the process of becoming fully admitted to an SREB Electronic Campus school, you must contact the WV state Academic Common Market coordinator to help you provide documentation proving you are a legal resident of WV so you may be eligible for in-state tuition at the college or university you have applied to for admission.
- Jelyane Crosier, Administrative Assistant Senior, Academic Affairs, WV Higher Education Policy Commission, Charleston, WV 25301, Phone: 304-558-0261, Fax: 304-558-1646,firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mark W. Stotler, Director of Academic Programming, Academic Affairs, WV Higher Education Policy Commission, Charleston, WV 25301, Phone: 304-558-0262, Fax: 304-558-1646,email@example.com
Step 4: Verify transfer credit.
Once you have worked with the HEPC to establish residency at an SREB Electronic Campus school within the Academic Common Market and before you register and pay for a class at another school, contact the Marshall University Office of Admissions (1-800-642-3499 or firstname.lastname@example.org) and your corresponding academic college to ensure transfer credit will be awarded for the class you plan to take. Step 4 includes two important tasks:
- A current Marshall student must submit an Approval form to the Admissions Office and
- He/she must check with his/her academic advisor or College Dean’s office to be sure the transferred course will apply to his/her program of study.
- Academic Common Market (ACM)
- Academic Common Market FAQ
- Marshall University Office of Admissions
- Programs currently available to West Virginia residents through the ACM
- Participating SREB Institutions for 2014-15
- Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)
- Southern Regional Electronic Campus (SREC)
- State Authorization: SREB’s Electronic Campus Regional Reciprocity Agreement (SECRRA)
- WV HEPC Student Complaint Process
- WV State ACM Website
- MUOnLine Student and Academic Resources (Registration, Library, Bookstore, etc.)