Web Learners Program
The Web Learners Program is for students enrolled or interested in online degree programs. As a registered Web Learner, you will have access to early registration for online courses.
New students must be admitted to KSU prior to completing the Web Learner Enrollment Form. Students must be in good academic standing prior to enrolling. Web Learners are not allowed to register for on-campus or hybrid classes.
Students requiring learning support courses will not be eligible for the Web Learners program until all LSP courses have been satisfied and they are in good academic standing.
Enroll in the Web Learner's Program
Web Learners will pay the Institutional ($265) and Technology ($50) fees plus the standard e-tuition rate. The Student Services Fee and Parking Permit Fees are waived. Yet those students with geographic accessibility, wishing to utilize campus resources, may do so by paying the fee associated with the service. Current KSU students enrolling as Web Learners receive priority registration for online courses during early registration. Please allow 24-48 hours for processing.
Web Learners also have access to the same technology resources available to on-campus students. These resources can be accessed anywhere, anytime with an Internet connection. They include:
- The Virtual Owl - A cloud based computer lab with access to an extensive list of KSU hosted applications. These include: Microsoft Office 2010, Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver, SPSS, SAS, and more.
- Dedicated personal storage on the Owl Drive. 500MB of file storage can be accessed through your Virtual Lab environment.
- Technology support from the Student Helpdesk via phone, (470) 578-3555, or email: email@example.com
While any KSU student may register for online courses, only online program students registered as Web Learners benefit from early registration.
Students who are not part of an online program, but wish to complete an entire semester online, will benefit from the waiver of Student Services and Parking Permit Fees. Students taking full semesters online and not living on campus are also exempt from the mandatory meal plans.
Web Learners must maintain good academic standing to remain in the program and to be eligible for priority registration the following semester.
If students choose later not to participate in the Web Learners program, they must formally opt-out of the program by completing the Web Learners Opt-Out Form before the end of drop/add of the current term.