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How to Access Online Courses

Announcement for Wiley College Students taking online classes:

If you are enrolled in one or more online classes, please note that ALL online classes are now in CANVAS. You enter Canvas from the link provided on the left hand column in JICS.  

DO NOT submit any work for online classes in JICS. You will not receive credit or grades for the work submitted in JICS. You will only receive credit and grades for work submitted through CANVAS.

Once you sign-in to your classes in CANVAS, begin the start here module in your courses which will provide orientation to online classes and CANVAS. It is no longer necessary to enroll in or complete the ORIN 1001 course.

The 5 week long online courses are designed for Non-traditional Adults 25 years of age or older enrolled in one of the Adult Degree Completion Programs—OMP, CRJA or BSIS. If you are a traditional student enrolled in one or more of these courses, see your adviser immediately.

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Initially Posted on Home Page - Feb. 2015

Academic Calendar

Please click on the picture below to view the Academic Calendar dates for May, June, July & August 2016.  To view the Calendar for the entire year, click here.

A Day In The Life At Wiley College

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Have you joined the movement to Keep Building Wiley College by following us on our Facebook or Twitter pages?  This is another way of announcing upcoming events, recognitions and other messages.  
Join us in showing that.....‘You Can’t Hide Real Wildcat Pride!

Communicate Through Debate

 With the approval and broad-range participation of the College community, Wiley College has chosen the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) topic "Communicate Through Debate" to focus on enhancing students' critical thinking skills through the medium of debate: an instructional strategy that will strengthen their communication skills. A number of studies report that when students learn the principles of argumentation, and prepare appropriately by researching and practicing in anticipation of debating, they can improve their cognitive performance as well as oral delivery. As a result, students sharpen their information literacy skills and develop confidence. They also become productive team members, thoughtful leaders and more informed citizens.
Are you ready to get your debate on?