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​E-Learning Services.

Hours:

Monday - Thursday 8 a.m -5 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Phone: (252) 451-8321

Email: esupport@nashcc.edu

Plus (click or tap to expand) + Online Advising

​Once potential students have submitted an Intent Form with our eSupport team, students will be directed to the enrollment process at which time each student will be assigned a trained online advisor.

Plus (click or tap to expand) + Online Tutorials

Computer Basics

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Web Advisor

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Student Email

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Moodle

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Google Apps

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Microsoft Office

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Third- Party Course Software

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Online Writing Tutorials

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Aplia

Instructor Telephone Support – 888-858-2820

Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am to 9:00 pm EST
Friday, 8:30 am to 6:00 pm EST

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Bioportal

Telephone support: 800-936-6899

Monday-Thursday 9:00 am – 3:00 am EST
Friday 9:00 am – 11:00 pm EST
Saturday 11:30 AM – 8:00 pm and Sunday 11:30 pm – 11:00 pm EST

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Late Nite Labs

Telephone Support: 1-800-262-0518

Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm EST

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MySkillsLab

Telephone support: 800-677-6337

Monday – Friday, 12pm – 8pm EST

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MyMathLab / MySkillsLab / MasteringAandP / MasteringEnvironmentalScience / MasteringChemistry/ MasteringPhysics/ MyStatsLab

Telephone Support: 800-677-6337

Telephone support for MyLabsPlus for MAT 060, 070, 080:
888-883-1299

Monday – Friday, 12:00pm – 8:00pm EST

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Plus (click or tap to expand) + Online Tutoring

Online Writing Tutorials

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SAS Writing Reviewer

Re-vision means to look again. The SAS Writing Reviewer helps you see new opportunities for expressing yourself with greater precision and power. You begin by entering an essay into the Writing Reviser. An initial assessment helps you to see your work objectively so it can be revised with the reader in mind. SAS Writing Reviser is a free, self-help resource to assist with writing assignments. In regard to the content development of an essay, the program poses leading questions of the user requiring one to self-evaluate the essay. The program also provides assistance with grammar and mechanics by posing questions and providing additional information on proper use.

Student Username: NCCStudent. No password is used for students.

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Tutor.com

Tutor.com provides you with the help you need, when you need it. Here you can connect with one of our tutors in math, reading and writing, allowing for very focused review.

Braswell Library is offering Tutor.com. This is a free complete tutoring system offered online for the entire community! The only requirement is that you must be a Braswell Library member (have a library card - which is free to North Carolina residents) to use the service.

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Smarthinking Online Tutoring Service

Are you a student who needs a writing tutor and can’t physically come to campus? Smarthinking is a great way to connect with a LIVE tutor. Connect to the service by looking for the Smarthinking Icon in your Moodle courses; contact your instructors or the English Studio for help with this service.

Smarthinking provides several ways to find answers:

  1. “Drop-in Session” - LIVE tutoring sessions are available for “State your subject if offered”.
  2. “Schedule a Future Session - other times when tutors are available
  3. “Ask a Question” - submit a question anytime and get a response within 24 hours.
  4. Writing Center- review and feedback on written assignments

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Plus (click or tap to expand) + Study Skills

Here’s a list of videos grouped by topic that can help you develop your study skills.

Academic Success Videos

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Classroom Participation

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Learning

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Learning with Others

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Mathematics

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Online Learning and Communicating

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Problem Solving

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Project Management

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Reading Skills I

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Reading Skills II

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Research

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Science and Technology

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Studying

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Taking Tests

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Taking Tests Preparation

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Thinking

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Time Management

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Vocabulary/Spelling

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Writing Basics

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ITunes U (Free Podcasts)

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Plus (click or tap to expand) + Other Nash CC Online Resources

Library

Visit the Nash Community College Library Online.

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Campus Store

Visit the Nash Community College Campus Store Online

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Academic Catalog

Download our academic catalog.

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Transcripts

Information on ordering curriculum and GED® transcripts can be found on the main Nash Community College website.

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Graduation

Ready to graduate? Students planning to apply for a degree or certificate will contact their academic advisor to discuss their graduation status and completing the graduation form. If you do not know who your advisor is, sign into your WebAdvisor account and go to the “My Profile” section located on the “Student Menu”.

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Withdrawals

During the first 85 percent of the regularly scheduled meetings of a course, or as designated by the instructor, a student may officially withdraw from either a course or the College. Students must obtain the necessary withdrawal form from WebAdvisor under the heading“Student Forms” and submit the completed form by the designated date for that term. Financial Aid recipients should consult with a Financial Aid counselor prior to withdrawing to be informed of any financial repercussions from a withdrawal prior to the 85 percent point. Withdrawal dates vary by term. Punitive course grades will become part of the transcript after the published withdrawal date.

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Title IX

Nash Community College is committed to ensuring equal access to its educational programs and employment opportunities without regard to sex, gender, race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status, veteran status, military status, domestic violence victim status, or ex-offender status. Nash Community College is committed to providing an environment not impaired by sex and gender-based misconduct, including sex discrimination and sexual harassment. Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs, activities and employment practices. Therefore, students, employees, applicants and other members of the Nash Community College community (including without limitation, vendors, visitors, and guests) may not be subject to discrimination or harassment or otherwise treated adversely based upon a protected characteristic. This includes, without limitation, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Similarly, the College will not tolerate harassing, violent, intimidating or discriminatory conduct by its students, employees or any other member of or visitor to the College community.

This policy applies to conduct occurring on campus, during any College program or activity on or off-campus, including academic programs (Distance Education), admissions, recruitment, financial aid, employment, as well as certain off-campus conduct perpetrated or suffered by a Nash Community College student, employee, staff member, or third party member of the College community.

The College encourages individuals to report all gender-based misconduct immediately to the Title IX Coordinator, or another College staff or faculty member. The College will fully and promptly investigate all allegations of gender-based misconduct and will impose disciplinary measures, or take similar actions, as may be appropriate.

TITLE IX DEFINITIONS

Consent is explicit approval to engage in sexual activity demonstrated by clear actions or words. Non‐verbal communication silence, passivity, or lack of active resistance does not imply consent. Consent has not been obtained in situations where the individual is forced, pressured, manipulated, or has reasonable fear. Consent also has not been obtained when an individual is incapable of consent due to physical or mental incapacity, or is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Dating Violence refers to violence committed by a person who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim.

Domestic Violence is physical or psychological behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Partners may be married or not married; heterosexual, gay, or lesbian; living together, separated or dating.

Domestic Violence may include violent acts by a current or former spouse; by a person with whom the victim shares a child in common; by a person who is or has cohabitated with the victim as a spouse; by a person similarly situated to a spouse; between a parent and child; between members of the same household in an intimate relationship; or by any other person similarly situated. Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional or economic in nature.

Sexual Assault has been committed if an individual by force or the threat of force engages in sexual relations against the will of another person.

Forcible sex offense is defined as any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or against that person’s will; or not forcibly or against the person’s will where the victim is incapable of giving consent. They include rape, sodomy, sexual assault, and forcible fondling.

Non-forcible sex offense includes incest and statutory rape.

Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group toward a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear for his or her safety or the safety of others or to suffer substantial emotional distress. Stalking may include the monitoring of an individual online or involve the use of social media, email or other technology. It may also include unwanted observation or surveillance.

Sexual Harassment is a type of sex discrimination and is prohibited by Title IX. Sexual harassment may include unwelcome sexual advances, requests to engage in sexual conduct or for sexual favors.

Sexual harassment can be verbal, visual or physical and can occur regardless of the relationship, position, gender, or sexual orientation of the parties involved. It can be overt (e.g., in a suggestion that a person can get a higher grade by submitting to sexual advances), or implied from conduct or circumstances.

Sexual harassment can also consist of unwelcome attempts to make an educational or professional relationship into a personal one. It may include severe, persistent and pervasive unwelcome sexual flirtation or inappropriate or derogatory language, including jokes involving individuals or classes of people, or persistent requests for dates. A single incident or few incidents may not necessarily amount to harassment, but a single extreme incident could constitute prohibited discrimination or harassment. Sexual harassment can also include the display of offensive materials, unwelcome physical contact, or serious physical abuse such as sexual assault or rape.

Michelle Noyes, Title IX Coordinator

(for employees, contractors, visitors, etc.) Email: mnoyes@nashcc.edu
Office Phone #: 252-451-8258
Office # 1118
Business and Industry Center

Michael Coleman, Title IX Deputy Coordinator

(for students)
Email: mwcoleman324@nashcc.edu
Office Phone #: 252-451-8307
Office # 2023, Building A

Title IX coordinators can be
contacted via email at: reportsexualmisconduct@nashcc.edu

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