Considering taking distance learning courses? To help you make an informed decision, please review the steps below to learn more about distance learning at North Carolina A&T State University.
Step 1. Explore Distance Learning at NCATSU
- Is Online Learning Right for Me?
Unsure of what it takes to succeed as a distance learning student. Review the skills needed. Also, assess your readiness by taking our survey.
- Distance Learning Courses & Programs
See a complete listing our NCATSU distance learning courses and programs.
- Student FAQs
Find answers to student frequently asked questions about distance learning at NCATSU.
- Tuition, Fees, Paying Your Bill, and the Student Insurance Plan
Find information on distance learning tuition and fees, including, paying your bill, and the student insurance plan.
- Financial Aid
Find information from the Office of Financial Aid regarding available funding.
- Minimum Technical Requirements
Is your computer ready for online courses? Find information on the minimum technical requirements needed to take an online course at NCATSU
Step 2. Apply for Admission
Distance learning students must be formally admitted to the University. If you are a new, re-admit, transfer, or visiting student and have not been formally admitted and wish to enroll in a distance learning course or program, please see below for information regarding admission and applicable fees.
- Military & Veterans
- Registration, Withdrawal, Grades, and Transcript Request
Need to register for a distance learning course or find information on the withdrawal process, obtain grades, or request copies of your official transcripts? Then follow these steps.
Step 3. Prepare to Take Your Online Course
- Access your online course
- Purchase textbooks
- Blackboard Student Resources
- Distance Learning Library Resources
- Other Student Resources
For more information, please contact us.