eLearning Students

You, too, can graduate with a degree from Clark College!eLearning Overview

What is eLearning?

Clark College offers a variety of learning modality options giving students the opportunity to attend classes beyond the traditional on-campus experience. Your options include Online, Hybrid, and Web-enhanced.

Are Online Classes Right for Me?

Successful online learning depends upon technical skills, learning skills, and access to tools and the Internet. Visit our Are Online Classes Right for Me? page to learn more.

The Canvas Learning Management System

The learning management system (LMS) used at Clark College is Canvas by Instructure. Visit our Technical Resources page to learn more about Canvas through our online orientation and video tutorials.

Technical Support

Technical Requirements

For general computer requirements, mobile device information, and links for software and apps, visit our Technical Requirements page.

Getting Help for Canvas and Technology

For information about assistance with technical questions, when to file a Canvas support ticket, and when to contact your instructor, visit our Getting Help page.

Technical Resources

For Canvas video tutorials, Canvas online orientation, Twitter alert feed, and Smart Penguin blog, visit our Technical Resources page.

Accessibility Statements & Privacy Policies

For details including accessibility statements related to technology and tools used in online and hybrid courses, as well as privacy policies when student identity is required, please visit our Accessibility Statements and Privacy Policies page.

Academic Support

Academic Support & Resources

Clark College offers a wealth of support and resources so our students can be successful in the completion of their academic goals. Visit our Academic Support & Resources page for more information compiled especially for eLearning students.

Student Checklist

You're admitted and registered in your first term courses. What do you do now? Visit our Student Checklist page to review best practices for before the term begins, the first day of the term, and how you continue through the term.