Academic Support

Distributed Learning (DL) provides a supported alternative approach to online learning. It involves using computers and telecommunications technology to make learning opportunities accessible to students who are otherwise constrained by time and/or geography. This approach affords students new opportunities to complete College credit courses without having to be in fulltime attendance at a College Campus.

What Equipment do I Need?
If you plan on completing your studies through Distributed Learning, you will require a computer with Internet access. It is also recommended that you have access to word processing software and an Internet Browser (Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer).

Specific course requirements (software, textbooks, and other required resources), can be found by visiting our website at or by calling the DL Service at 1–877–465–2250.

Where Can I Obtain More Information?
For more information on Distributed Learning services and course offerings, please visit the student zone area of our website at . This page will provide you with a wealth of information on current course offerings, registration, course access, course requirements, fees and charges, and many other DL related items. If you still have questions, we invite you to contact us at 1–877–465–2250 or email or . We will be happy to provide you with the information you are looking for and we look forward to helping you make the most of your online learning experiences.