Advising for e-Learning Students
All students benefit from meeting regularly with an advisEr. For students taking e-Learning courses classes, it is vital.
Advisors can help you...
- Determine your academic and career goals
- Select courses with an eye to course sequencing
- Understand transferring courses between universities
- Monitor progress toward graduation
- Understand financial aid
- Identify resources and supports
Students will have an assigned advisor at the university or college that granted their admission.
If you are unsure of who your advisor is, contact:
Kenai Peninsula College: 1-877-262-0330 (toll free for all campuses)
Kenai River Campus: 262-0330 or email@example.com
Kachemak Bay Campus: 235-7743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid information for Students taking E-Learning Courses
THERE ARE A FEW THINGS ABOUT FA THAT STUDENTS TAKING E-LEARNING COURSES SHOULD KNOW:
- Year-long classes do not count toward enrollment
status, for example: if you are taking 12 credits but 6 of them are
year-long classes, you are considered a 1/2 time student for FA purposes.
- If you are taking all your classes from outside your
home campus, you must inform your FA office or you will not receive aid
for that semester.
- If you have applied for admission to more than 1
campus, your financial aid will be disbursed from the institution with the
most recent admission.
- VA students should always speak with their VA
representative before enrolling in or dropping a distance
Financial Aid information is campus-specific and students should visit the Financial Assistance page of the school where they are admitted for more information.