The Professional School provides students, faculty, and staff with its own proprietary and secure e-campus website, designed and developed by our own programming team.  Students and faculty login to their own personal page for the following kinds of services:

Registration and payment:
Certificate, Certification, and Diploma students register on e-campus for their programs, not for specific courses.  Professionals signing up for individual courses and proseminars register on a course-by-course basis. Payment for tuition can be made only by credit/debit card, PayPal, or direct bank transfer.

Students and faculty can read general announcements, receive/send private or group messages, download video files and other documents including assignments posted by faculty, review previous course recordings, edit profile information, see grades, access FAQs, participate in the School Forum, access our Journal Library, and enter our live WebEx webinar platform. FAQ materials include such materials as: using e-campus, accessing our Kindle Library, WebEx webinar features, audio trouble-shooting, Internet challenges, equipment requirements, graduation requirements, grading policies, and many others.

Students can download the syllabus, assignments, objectives, articles, forms, slides, videos, and supplemental files for each course.  They can also read course announcements, upload assignments, edit and submit exams, review graded examinations, and receive messages from faculty members.

Faculty members can upload the syllabus, assignments, objectives, articles, forms, slides, videos, and supplemental files for each course; post announcements, send and receive messages from students; create, distribute, collect, grade, and return examinations and assignments; and assign and post course grades.

Profiles, transcripts, rosters, and grades:
Students may create and update their individual profile records where they can edit their addresses, phone numbers, emails, passwords, and other personal data. They may upload transcripts, resumes, copies of certifications and licenses, reference letters, and other relevant records.  They may also view their own transcript record to view courses completed, grades received, NC grades assigned, and the program requirements yet to be completed.

Faculty can also edit their own profile records.  They are able to view student rosters for any of their courses and then enter grades for assignments/presentations, grades for examinations, document attendance information, and assign final course grades.  Final grades are then posted to each student’s transcript.