Distance Education Students
This is your one-stop shop for resources related to your distance education studies.
Staying on Track
Staying on track is critical to your success! We have developed CHECKPOINTS to help you keep up! Please make sure you know what you are responsible for at any point in your graduate career.
Quality distance education is contingent on quality technology. See our list of technology requirements to ensure your computer and Internet connections meet program standards.
We are committed to making our courses accessible to all students. For information regarding accommodations available to students and submitting accommodation requests, visit the Office of Accessibility’s website below.
Online courses in the College of Agriculture will often require live or virtual proctors for tests. Each course should contain its own instructions for registering through a proctor service (SmarterProctoring, ProctorU) or establishing an outside proctor of your own.
Please contact the Distance Education Coordinator for more information on test proctoring requirements.