Western Illinois University: Macomb Campus
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Degree seeking or non-degree seeking students officially admitted to the University may take online courses. If you are not already admitted to the University, see the links below.
Students enrolled in online courses do not have to attend face-to-face meetings; assignments and class participation are often set up so students can work on the class according to their individual schedules. Students have access to an instructor through the online course, and he or she may be contacted during the course for assistance.
Online courses are taught at the same academic level as on-campus courses. Western Illinois University strives to ensure that students taking online courses receive the same quality education they would receive in the traditional classroom. In fact, the online classroom environment can contribute to the development of good and regular study habits.
We have assembled some information to help you get started learning online. If you still have questions after examining these links, use our Ask an Advisor link below or your specific program contact to obtain more information.
Thinking About Online Learning
Deciding What to Study
- Online Courses / Online Programs
- Transferring a WIU Course to Another Institution
- View the Undergraduate Catalog or Graduate Catalog
- Determining Tuition and Fees
- What is an Instructional Enhancement Charge?
- Financial Aid
- Ask an Advisor
Applying for Admission
- for Bachelor of Arts in General Studies degree-seeking student
- for non-degree seeking student