This includes information for students new to e-Learning,
registered e-Learning students and on campus students who may be
taking a web enhanced course.
This includes information on college requirements such as fees,
tuition, registration and student resources. There is also
information regarding college policies and practices.
- NeLSC collects information from students to help us better
serve our learners needs. For results of these surveys
please follow this link to
Reports generated from previously collected data.
North's Student Handbook helps students and employees
recognize behavioral parameters and institutional procedures and
policies. (Please refer to page 22 of the Student Handbook for
information about acceptable conduct)
- NeLSC also offers online technical support in the form of
tutorials and links to resources for online students as well as
computer requirements for taking an e-Learning course.
- If you are using ANGEL LMS please also check
http://angel.northseattle.edu/default.asp for current
information that may be effecting service or for any updates
that you need to be aware of.
- NeLSC is introducing a new exciting courseware: Canvas.
Click here for the login page For helpful information
about using Canvas please go to the
Canvas Student Guides.
To discuss courses and options with an academic advisor and/or
to enroll in a North Seattle e-Learning class:
- An academic advisor can help you decide which courses meet
your needs and fulfill requirements for your specific
educational goals. Please go to
North Seattle Advising for more information.
- You can reach the North Seattle Advising office by phone at
- or email the e-Learning Academic Advisor at
- For information about applying and enrolling in courses
North Seattle website.
- If you live beyond the Seattle region or you are a student
at either Seattle Central or South Seattle and you wish to
enroll in an e-Learning course offered at North Seattle, you can
find out more information by going to
Help with computers: technical problems, on campus
computer resources, troubleshooting access issues to your courses
- For technical help with your e-Learning courseware or
please follow this link to our
Technical Resource Map.
This offers online tutorials and information regarding the most
frequently recognized computer and courseware technical issues
- If you do not find an answer to your specific question
please contact NeLSC either by phone 206.934-3738, by email
or by dropping in during business hours (8:30 AM to 5:00 PM,
Monday through Friday) Please note: emails and calls sent after
business hours will be answered the next business day.
NeLSC is located on the North Seattle Campus. Our offices are on
campus, one door south of the Library main entrance in LB 2237
- North Seattle has two open computer labs, in the library on
the second floor and on the third floor of the IB building.
For hours and locations visit the
NSCC Computer Labs page. NetID is required to use the
computers in the lab, for more information about NetID see
below. The Computer Lab staff can answer questions
related to on campus computers and NSCC based internet accounts
- If you need assistance regarding off campus internet
connections that NeLSC has not been able to help with you must
contact your local Internet Service Provider.
- If you are attempting to access your course on a secure
network and are unable to connect you need to contact your
network administrator for help.
- If you are attempting to use a wireless connection that is
not a personal provider such as at an internet cafe and you are
unable to connect you need to contact their provider.
If you plan to use computers on campus you will need to get a North Seattle NetID account.
For a campus NetID account that will allow access to computers in
classrooms and computer labs go to this
link to set up your account. This ID is available to all
registered students and is required to use campus computers.
It also provides students with 100 MB of storage.
In addition to computer access NetID also gives students
to "Google Apps" which providers the user with an email account,
document apps as well as the ability to share information with
others from onsite or offsite.
Sign up for Campus Alerts: This system will let you know
when something on Campus will effect you such as snow closures.
Need help with Financial Aid?
The NeLSC office does not have the authorization to sign
Financial Aid or attendance forms. We recommend you contact
your instructor by email after you have logged in to your course.
Your instructor will then email the financial aid office with
verification of your attendance. If your course has an
orientation meeting you can have your instructor sign the form at
If you need to contact the Financial Aid office for specific
To Ask Distance Learning Question Great or Small:
- Contact NeLSC office by email:
- Phone us at 206.934.3738 (Our office hours are Monday -
Friday, 8:30AM to 5:00PM messages or emails sent after this time
will be answered the next business day. If a question is
sent after 5:00PM on Friday you will receive a response on the
- Our offices are on campus, one door south of the Library
main entrance. LB 2237
- You can also fax us at 206.934.3984
Braziunas: Associate Dean of e-Learning
Mark Anthoney: Operations Manager
Carol Howe: e-Learning Support Technician
Terre O'Malley: Program Coordinator
Office Staff: Joanne Fall, Toby Thompson
We likely cannot answer every question regarding your home
computer setup. However, we will endeavor to answer technical
questions regarding your computer and how to make it work with
our e-Learning course tools.
For specific questions regarding your
particular class content, course work and requirements to complete
assignments and exams you need to contact your instructor.
Your instructor is your most important resource regarding questions
about your class. Your instructor is also your best resource
for support with text book web sites or LMS such as Moodle.