Who should take Open Entry classes?
When can I register for an Open Entry class?
What skills are required to take an Open Entry class?
Besides good reading skills, you will need:
Basic Computer Skills
Basic Email Skills
Basic Web Browser Skills
Minimum Computer Skills
Minimum Hardware and Software Requirements
Students taking classes in Microsoft Office will need Office 2010 or Office 2013 for Fall 2013 as we begin our implementation of Office 2013. We will continue to offer the full complement of Microsoft Office 2010 classes through Fall 2013.
If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to come to the campus if I take Open entry Classes?
You do not have to come to the campus if you are taking Open Entry classes. Open Entry is completely online. . If you do work from home you will need the required software loaded on your computer.
How are assignments submitted?
Open Entry uses Canvas as our online course management tool. All of the assignments, quizzes, and final projects are in Canvas. You do not have to come to campus if you are taking Open Entry classes.
How do I get help?
If you need help, you can email the Open Entry Team at email@example.com for online assistance, make an appointment with any member of the Open Entry Team, or come to the computer lab for help.
Is there a place on campus where I can work on my assignments?
Computer Labs: The Open Entry lab is available to Open Entry students at the Southern/Dobson campus in building #40, the entrance is on the east side of the building. If you are working at the Red Mountain campus (Power Road East of McKellips), there is a lab in the Library (Desert Willow Building). Open Entry students are welcome to work on their assignments in either place.
Where do I take exams?
All exams and final projects are online. You do not have to come to campus to take an exam.
If you are registered for an online Open Entry course, it is assumed that you have the basic computer skills necessary for participating in and completing a class on the Internet.