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Courses Transitioned to Online

Courses Transitioned to Online

Courses Transitioned to Online

​​​​​​​Rowan College of South Jersey continues to monitor the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updates while collaborating with county, state and federal resources as well as our Premier Partner, Rowan University. The College has made the decision to transition all face-to-face and hybrid courses to online instruction for the safety of our students.​

This page will provide you, our student, with information on how to access your course content, as well as how to receive ​help with anything related to your learning during this time.

How to log into eLearning to access your online course content:

Gloucester Campus

 
 

Cumberland Campus

 
 

FAQ

I don't have a computer at home. How can I take online classes?

Affordable Devices

Below is a list of information publicly available to assist anyone impacted by shutdowns from COVID-19.

RCSJ does not endorse, nor receive any benefit from the companies listed.

  • Devices from Comcast Internet Essentials
    If you are or if you become an Internet Essentials customer, you have the option to purchase a laptop or desktop computer for $150.00.  Each eligible family may purchase up to five (5) devices.

I don't have internet at home. How can I take online classes?


Internet Access

Below is a list of information publicly available to assist anyone impacted by shutdowns from COVID-19.

RCSJ does not endorse, nor receive any benefit from the companies listed.

  • Comcast Internet Essentials
    • Public Comcast Wi-Fi hotspots are available for anyone.
    • Comcast is offering 2 months free to new Internet Essentials customers in response to recent and anticipated emergency measures associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  To qualify, you must meet one of the requirements below:
      The College recommends that students who are interested act quickly as installation may take up to 7-days.
      • MEDICAID: card or most recent eligibility letter for an adult in your household.
      • Public housing assistance: documentation such as your lease, housing assistance payment (HAP) contract, or eligibility documentation from HUD.
      • SNAP: letter indicating you are approved for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits.
      • TANF: eligibility letter for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.
      • SSI: eligibility letter for Supplemental Security Income.
      • NSLP/Head Start: copy of a letter indicating current participation in the National School Lunch Program or Head Start, with your child's name, the school name, and the address of where you are requesting service.
      • LIHEAP: letter confirming your eligibility for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
      • WIC: eligibility letter for the Women, Infants, and Children program.
      • VA PENSION: veterans pension eligibility determination letter from the Veterans Administration.
      • Tribal assistance eligibility letter, including TTANF, FDPIR, etc.
  • AT&T
    • AT&T will provide unlimited AT&T mobile data for the next 60 days
    • AT&T will not terminate the service of any wireless customer because of their inability to pay their bill due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
    • Public AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots will be available for anyone
  • T-Mobile / MetroPCS
    • T-Mobile will provide unlimited data for all customers with data plans for the next 60 days (excluding roaming).
    • T-Mobile customers will receive an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot and tethering service for the next 60 days
  • Sprint
    • Unlimited data for all customers with data plans for the next 60 days at no extra cost beginning 3/19/2020.
    • An additional 20GB of mobile hotspot data per month for 60 days at no extra cost.
    • Customers (with mobile hotspot-capable handsets who don’t have mobile hotspot on their plan) will now receive 20GB per month for 60 days (a minimum of two bill cycles) at no extra cost.
    • Sprint will not terminate service if they are unable to pay their Sprint bill because of the coronavirus, and will waive late fees incurred because of economic circumstances related to the pandemic.
  • Verizon
    • Verizon is giving 15GB of additional high-speed data for wireless consumer and small business customers that will be automatically applied to consumer plans from March 25 through April 30, 2020. Verizon is also offering two months of waived internet and voice service charges for current Lifeline customers and a new affordable internet option for low-income households, starting April 3.
  • RCSJ Facilities
    • Students with slow data connections or who may not qualify for Internet Essentials, RCSJ has expanded network access to include some parking lots for drive-up computing. Students will be able to use their device on RCSJ Wi-Fi from their vehicle to maintain social distancing.

I'm worried about failing/doing poorly if classes are online. Who do I contact?

Gloucester Campus Students: Fill out the Online Class Support form.

Cumberland Campus Students: Stay in contact with your instructor for support or reach out to the tutoring department.

I don't have the textbooks I need at home. What do I do?

RCSJ does not endorse, nor receive any benefit from the companies listed.

VitalSource Helps is a program designed to support students who may have lost access to course materials due to a campus moving to distance-learning to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This program is made possible by the leading publishers and campus retailers in US higher education. The program offers free access to tens of thousands of ebooks through May 25, 2020 to Spring semester students and instructors at impacted 2 and 4-year non-profit institutions in the US.

For more information on how to get access to the course materials you may need, please Download the FAQ on VitalSource Helps (PDF).

Who do I contact if I am having trouble logging in?

Gloucester Campus Students: Please contact Technical Support. You can call them at 856-415-2298 (option 2) or fill out a Technical Support Request Form.

Cumberland Campus Students: If you are having trouble logging into Blackboard, you can complete the Cumberland Technical Support Form here. Students will need to be logged into their college email in order to access the form. Alternately, students may call (856)-200-4702​ or (856)-200-4528.​

Who do I contact if I am having issues with the online course content?

Gloucester Campus Students: Please contact eLearning Support​. You can call them at 856-415-2298 (option 4) or fill out an eLearning Support form.

Cumberland Campus Students: If you are having trouble logging into Blackboard, you can complete the Cumberland Technical Support Form here. Students will need to be logged into their college email in order to access the form. Students may email DistanceLearning@cc.rcsj.edu or call (856)-200-4702​ or (856)-200-4528.

Do I have to login at my scheduled meeting time?

Please reach out to your instructor. It's up to them how they are handling meeetings for the remainder of the semester.

How can I learn more about using eLearning?

Gloucester Campus Students: We have an eLearning Student Orientation course in eLearning. You can access it by logging into eLearning, and clicking into the course named: STUDENT ORIENTATION This orientation is designed to help you learn to navigate a course, as well as expose you to the various tools that your instructor might use to deliver content. We also have a list of videos that you might find helpful.

Cumberland Campus Students: We have a Blackboard Demo course in Blackboard. You can access it by logging into Blackboard and clicking on the link named Complete the Blackboard Demo Course (for Students). This link can be found along the left-hand side of the page under the Tools area. This demo course is designed to help you learn to navigate a course, as well as expose you to the various tools that your instructor might use to deliver content. We also have a list of videos that you might find helpful.

​Am I allowed to come to campus?

All Students: Most student services are available remotely. All RCSJ locations will be closed until further notice. WiFi may be accessible on both campuses in certain parking lot locations to allow for computing from a safe social distance.

Gloucester; Cumberland