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Remote Instruction FAQs

Visit the Canvas Support webpage for instructions on how to log into Canvas.

How to log into Canvas video, click here.


Please refer to the Class Schedule webpage for more information on current instruction methods.

Laptop computers and Wi-Fi hotspots are available on a first-come-first-served basis to students who submit a Student Laptop Loan Program RSVP and are currently enrolled in courses at Compton College. If you have any questions about the laptop computer loan program, please email your questions to studentlife@compton.edu.

If you have questions about your class and how to participate online, please contact your instructor who can provide this information.  Your instructor's contact information will be on your course syllabus.

If you need help learning how to use Canvas, visit the Distance Education Student Resources webpage.

For technical support, visit the Canvas Support webpage 

If you are unable to communicate with your instructor outside of the "classroom," please contact the dean for
the Guided Pathway Division(s) corresponding to your course.

To determine which Guided Pathway Division your course falls under, go to

  • Fine Arts, Communication & Humanities
    Dr. Rebekah Blonshine
    Dean of Student Success
    310-900-1600, ext. 2235

  • Business & Industrial Studies
  • Social Sciences
    Dr. Paul Flor
    Dean of Student Learning
    310-900-1600, ext. 2273

  • Health & Public Services
  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
    Dr. Abiodun Osanyinpeju
    Dean of Student Learning
    310-900-1600, ext. 2727

You may also connect with a counselor to access online student support services and discuss concerns you may
have about your course(s). Counselors are available online via Cranium Cafe. Click here for more information.

To help ensure the health and safety of the Compton College campus community and the public, face coverings are required to be worn while on campus. Upon entry to campus, all individuals will have their temperature screened. Employees and students must complete an online wellness questionnaire prior to their arrival on campus and submit monthly COVID-19 test results to the Office of Human Resources. Testing information and detailed entry-to-campus-protocol will be emailed to students enrolled in classes that require in-person instruction.


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