At Craven Community College, we realize that life doesn’t always allow you to come to campus for seated classes. Many of our associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs have been adapted to an online format to allow you a more flexible school schedule, whether you’re working, caring for children, or just prefer to go at your own pace. We offer distance education courses in fully online and hybrid (combination of classroom and online instruction) formats including options for asynchronous and synchronous classes.

Call or schedule a virtual appointment with one of our knowledgeable advisors and begin your academic journey today.

Get support for online learning through our Academic Support Center.

Online Courses

Online courses are delivered through our learning platform called Moodle. Online courses allow students to participate academically from geographically remote locations without the need to come to campus. Courses that are offered fully online are designated in the schedule as “Online” and have the letter “W” in the second letter of the section code (e.g. CIS 110 NW1). View a list of currently available online classes. Tuition for these courses includes a distance learning fee.

Our Workforce Development department also offers short-term, non-credit online courses through our Ed2Go program.

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses combine regular classroom meetings with online instruction delivered through Moodle, reducing the number of hours a class meets on campus. The goal of hybrid courses is to combine the best features of a traditional class with the best features of online learning. Courses that are offered in a hybrid format are designated in the schedule as having both specific class meeting days and times and an “Online Lab.” Hybrid courses have the letter “Y” in the fourth letter of the section code (e.g. CIS 110 HSBY1). Tuition for these courses includes a distance learning fee.

Award of Credit

The most significant difference between online courses and traditional courses is the method of delivery. Online courses are equivalent to traditional courses in the amount and level of credit awarded to students. The North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) determines the amount of credit for all Craven Community College courses.

Student Resources

Technical Support

You will use your Panther ID to access all of your Craven CC accounts, including student email, Self Service, and Moodle.

Email Support

Use your Panther ID to log into your student email account through Office 365 Outlook.

You can access student email directly with Office 365 Outlook.

Moodle Support

Moodle is the platform used to complete online coursework. You can access Moodle online.

Use your Panther ID to log in to Moodle.

If you are not able to login or you do not see your courses by the second day after classes begin, contact the Student Help Desk.

Office 365 Support

All Faculty, Staff, and Students of Craven Community College have free access to Microsoft Office products via https://office.com.

Click on "Sign In" link and enter your credentials. Your username is your Panther ID + “@my.cravencc.edu”.

After successful sign in, you can use Office online or select “Install Office 2016” to install the full version of Office onto the hard drive of your computer.

Important Notes

Do NOT attempt to change your password through Office 365. Continue to use Password Reset.

Support

For Technical support with Self Service, student email, or Moodle, please contact the Student Help Desk.

For 24/7 support, contact the toll-free Self-Help Portal at 1-866-834-1339.

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