Online learning at Lower Columbia College offers flexibility for those with work, family and other responsibilities to complete college courses and even a degree without a regular commute to campus.
Online classes are available for most academic subject areas and some professional-technical programs.
The online learning process requires the same commitment as a traditional course. Staying up with the class and completing all work on time is vital. Once a learner gets behind, it is very difficult to catch up.
An online learner should expect to:
- Participate in the virtual classroom 3-5 days a week
- Respond to classmates’ ideas and questions
- Enjoy communicating in writing
- Use technology properly
- Complete assignments on time
If you are pursuing a degree or certificate program taking only on-campus classes or a mix of on-campus and online classes, consult your program planner and advisor. If you are looking for just a single online course to fill your schedule, scan the Class Schedule. (Select current or upcoming quarter. Select 'O' - Online to view only online classes.)
Online Degree and Certificate Options
Online Class Options
Class Schedule - Select 'O' - Online to view only online classes.
All classes and programs are part of Lower Columbia College, which is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
"Online learning makes it easy to go to school because it doesn't interfere with your life!" ~ Jessica Harder, online student
Course Delivery Systems
Simple and open learning management system from Instructure implemented by LCC in 2011. See How to use Canvas.
Online Spanish courses, Vistas (first-year sequence) and Enfoques (second-year sequence), taught by Alex Emerson at Lower Columbia College.
Online companion to Lower Columbia College's pre-college and transfer math programs with access to online homework assignments, electronic textbooks and other online resources.
Free online tutoring system through the Western eTutoring Consortium (WeTC).