Online and Hybrid Course Information
Distance Education at Compton College offers students a convenient way to take classes. A variety of online courses are available. Our online courses are fully accredited and offer the same high quality of instruction and rigor as traditional classes. The registration process, course content, course credit, and cost per unit are the same as equivalent courses held on campus. Anyone eligible to take courses on campus may enroll in Distance Education courses. Many of our online courses require an orientation meeting on campus for the first meeting. Students should contact the instructor or click on the links below for specific course orientation information. Students should check your college email accounts in MyCompton for registration appointment date and time. You will no longer get this information in the mail!
Students: Distance Education (online/hybrid courses) scheduled for 16 weeks and the 1st 8-weeks begin Saturday, August 24, 2019. Compton College will be using Canvas; Canvas is accessible through your MyCompton account or compton.instructure.com
Login to Canvas at least three to five days before the class begins. Check for your course in the Courses icon in Canvas. Courses will be visible on the Dashboard once the instructor has published the course.
Preparation is important for success! | Distance Education Orientation
|About Online Classes|
|Are you Prepared for an Online Course?|
|AS 60, Strategies for Success in Distance Education|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|Online Orientation Tutorials|
|Student Handbook for Distance Education Courses|
|Tutoring - Compton College Tutoring Information, Manual, Preparing for Tutoring, and Student Guide|
|Course and Faculty Information|
|Distance Education Course Catalog|
(Course Management System for Distance Education Courses. The Canvas icon is available through MyCompton.)
|CANVAS at Compton College|
|Canvas Information for Faculty|
|Special Resource Center|
|Student Success Center (Tutoring and Writing Center)|
Compton College offers the following to assist you in successfully completing an online course.
- Check your own readiness for talking a online course--Online Assessment
- Distance Education Tutorials
- Learn how to be successful in an online course--AS 60, Strategies for Success in Distance Education.
- Learn the basics of word processing and spreadsheets--Computer Information Systems 102
|Professional Development ( a new link available soon)|
Vocational Technology Building, Office 138
310-900-1600, ext. 2137
Students, if you have a questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Distance Education Faculty Coordinator
Vocational Technology Bldg., Office 113
310-900-1600, ext. 2555; email@example.com