Online Learner Self Assessment
Complete the Online Learner Self Assessment to determine if an online course is right for you (this is a self-assessment and should not be sent to instructors).
First time online students should complete the Moodle Orientation presentation to become familiar with the Moodle environment.
Online Course Evaluation
(To be completed at the end of the semester)
At end of the semester, complete the Online Course Evaluation following the instructions/directions provided by the course instructor.
For more information contact:
Director of Distance Learning/Instructor
24-hour Moodle support:
Online Moodle Help Desk
Registration for distance learning courses follows the same procedures as traditional classes. Check the course listings on the following pages for times and dates. Each distance learning course is equivalent to the on-campus section of the same course in terms of objectives, contact, rigor, and transferability. Distance learning courses are also approved for tuition assistance.
Students enrolled in NT, TV, HY, or NCIH courses must complete a mandatory enrollment/orientation assignment/requirement by the census (10%) date to prevent being dropped as a Never Attended (NA) student. These requirements are posted within your course and/or syllabus packet.
Online (NT) courses – Enrollment/Orientation is online.
Television (TV) courses – Enrollment/Orientation is completed when the student submits the syllabus quiz, which is included in the required course packet purchased from the College Bookstore.
Hybrid (HY) courses – Enrollment/Orientation is online. However, you must attend class by the census date (10%). All your meeting dates will be indicated on your syllabus.
North Carolina Information Highway (NCIH) courses - Orientation is completed during the first scheduled class meeting.
If you are dropped from a course for never attending (NA) or for attendance reasons, you are still responsible for tuition and fees whether or not your tuition and fees were self-paid, paid by PELL, or paid by a third party. Students may receive a 100% refund, if requested, for classes officially withdrawn from before the first day of classes, or if the class is canceled. Students may officially withdraw from a class or classes through the census date, and receive a 75% refund, if requested. Please refer to the Official Withdrawal Policy in the Wilson Community College Catalog for detailed guidelines.
State policy prohibits attendance in any class, laboratory, or class activity by anyone not enrolled in that course. Children are not allowed to accompany a parent or other student to any on-campus academic activity and may not be left unattended and/or unsupervised at any time. If you are faced with a decision of stay at home or bring a child with you to class, that’s an easy call...stay home.
You can access Moodle and student e-mail through the WCC website located at http://www.wilsoncc.edu under the Student Information section on the right side of the page.
Your Moodle and student e-mail user name will be: First initial, last initial, and last four digits of your student id number.
Note: Your Student ID can be found on the following; registration form, schedule, letter from Student Development, or Student ID card.
Your Moodle and student e-mail password: Your password for Moodle and student e-mail will be the same. It will be: 2 digit birth month; 2 digit birth day; 2 digit birth year
For example: A student named Tom A. Cruise with a student ID number of 0111111 would log into Moodle and student e-mail as follows:
Moodle and GroupWise
Username: tc1111 Password: 010170
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Help Desk if you are having difficulties accessing student e-mail or Moodle.