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Regents Online Degree Program

The TN eCampus Online Degree Programs provide students the opportunity to continue or complete their education in a manner that is more convenient to their individual schedules.  TN eCampus courses and programs have the same content, rigor and outcomes as on-campus courses and programs and are accredited by The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).  Programs and services are also monitored and evaluated to ensure quality and continuous program improvements.  All TN eCampus instructors must be certified by the regional accreditation commission and verified before being considered for online teaching assignments. Additionally, all instructors are trained on the online delivery platform, have an understanding of online teaching principles and learning methods, and adhere to high quality teaching standards.

TN eCampus Online Degrees:

* University Parallel associate degree programs are designed for students ultimately seeking bachelor degrees.

TN eCampus Course Schedule

The most up-to-date information about TN eCampus courses offered is available on the Course Listings page at the Tn eCampus website.  Clicking on a course title will display its syllabus.

Textbooks and Supplies

Textbooks for TN eCampus courses should be ordered directly from the Regents Online Virtual Bookstore, not the Vol State campus bookstore.  Many textbooks are customized specifically for TN eCampus programs and have a special access code or other software that is bundled with the textbook.  Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks and supplies in a timely manner in order to be prepared and ready to participate the first day of classes. For specific questions about TN eCampus textbooks and supplies, please call (888) 251-2665 (not the Vol State bookstore).

How to Login/Access TN eCampus Classes 

Please note:  TN eCampus students will not be able to login to their TN eCampus classes until after 3:00 pm Central Standard Time (CST) on the the published date that classes begin.    

TN eCampus Attendance Reporting

Students will only be counted as engaged if they actively participate in the course. Simply logging in to the system will not constitute participation. 
 
TN eCampus instructors do not report attendance.  Instead, a News Item will be posted at the top of every course homepage in the TN eCampus elearn/D2L portal with instructions for completing a 3-question, non-graded Student Survey.  After completing the survey, an attendance report will be generated and submitted to the student's home school.  Please note that this report is not submitted every day, and there may be a 2- or 3-day delay between when the survey is completed and when attendance is recorded.

Midterm & Final Exam Proctoring

TN eCampus students should check the syllabus for each TN eCampus class to determine if the midterm and/or final exam must be proctored. 

For more information related to Proctored Exam Requirements for TN eCampus courses, click on the following link:  http://www.rodp.org/current-students/test-proctoring.

FREE Online Tutoring Services

Online tutoring and writing assistance is available 24 hours a day at smarthinking.com. The Tennessee Board of Regents also provides an online tutorial for using this service.

TN eCampus Technical Support

Tips & Resources

Vol State eCampus Liaison:

Mrs. Lisa M. Borre
(615) 230-3382
Toll free: (888) 335 - 8722
Lisa.Borre@VolState.edu
Warf Building, Room 126

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about TN eCampus or Volunteer State Community College. I truly look forward to helping you as you pursue your academic endeavors!