Cabell-Huntington Health Department stay at Home Advisory – READ UPDATE

Mountwest Community and Technical College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.

Distance Education

Mountwest offers a wide variety of distance education courses, including onlinehybridlive remote, and flex courses! These courses allow students an affordable and convenient way to take our courses from a distance. Mountwest is also a member of Quality Matters and the Online Learning Consortium; and many of our faculty who teach our distance education courses have completed trainings to help improve course design and instruction. To learn more about these types of courses, review the FAQ section below.

Navigation – At a Glance
This webpage is split into eight (8) main sections:

  1. FAQs — learn about our distance education courses, how to access them, and whether they might be right for you.
  2. Blackboard Information — learn about Blackboard, including: how to login, how to use it to complete your coursework, and how to run a browser check to ensure your browser is up-to-date.
  3. Learning Tips — discover some learning tips and strategies that can help you be successful in your distance education course(s).
  4. Support & Resources — learn about services and resources that can help you be successful during your time at Mountwest.
  5. Netiquette Guidelines — learn about general digital security and netiquette recommendations, and why they are important.
  6. Policies & Procedures — learn about policies and procedures that all Mountwest students should know and follow.
  7. Contact Information — discover who to contact when you have questions or experience difficulties, and how to reach them.
  8. NC-SARA — learn about NC-SARA, and why it is important.

Click on the tabs below to open each section.

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