How do I register for the course?
You can register in person on campus, by phone, or via the University of Utah Web site. For more information, see the list of telecourses offered. Select a course from the list and enroll from the website.
For additional information contact:
U of U Continuing Education
Salt Lake City UT 84112
How will I get course materials?
You can pick up telecourse manuals from the University of Utah Continuing Education office or a Continuing Education site. There is no charge for your initial copy of a manual. Textbooks may be purchased from the University Bookstore and elsewhere.
How will I access library materials?
Some materials are made available in the course manual. Univeristy ID card gives students access to library resources.
How will I interact with the course faculty?
You can visit faculty during office hours at the University of Utah. Telecourse instructors are also available by phone during office hours or by voicemail. You may also communicate by fax, postal mail, email, or other online methods. Each faculty member will make clear the methods of communication available for a particular telecourse.
How will I interact with other students in the course?
In some telecourses, you may participate in discussion sessions with other students held at a University classroom. Faculty members may also use online methods or telephone conference calls to help students communicate.
How will I turn in assignments?
Faculty may direct you to drop off assignments at the University of Utah Continuing Education office (2180 Annex) and at the Sandy, Murray, Bountiful, or Park City University off-campus locations. Faculty may also direct you to submit assignments through email or other online methods.
How will I take quizzes and tests?
You will take quizzes and tests at a University of Utah Continuing Education site at times specified by the course instructor. Proctored tests may be arranged by the student and course instructor.
How will I receive my grade?
Direct inquiries about grades to your telecourse instructor.