Moodle is Haywood’s online learning platform. It can be accessed by selecting the image above, through the HCC Portal, and from Haywood’s main web page. Once on the Moodle landing page, select “My Dashboard” to proceed to the log in page which includes instructions for logging in.
When seated face-to-face instruction moves online
Many seated classes remain online in order to comply with social distancing recommendations. Instructions for how a course will work online can be found in the course’s Moodle environment. To find your current course(s), log in to Moodle and proceed to “My Dashboard”.
Resources for Online Learners
Watch brief how-to videos: Using Moodle: Video Tutorials
To find out if your electronic device meets the neeeded technical requirements: Recommended Hardware and Software.
Courses in Moodle look like this:
Access to a computer and internet is standard for most courses at Haywood Community College. If you are in need of a laptop, hotspot, microphone-headset, or webcam, you can purchase through the HCC Bookstore using financial aid or check out a loaner item from the HCC Library. Contact them by email email@example.com or call (828) 627-4550.
Need additional technical support?
Contact our Help Desks.
Hours and Contact Information
The Instructional Design and Online Learning department provides online learning support for students, faculty, and staff. Instruction at Haywood Community College includes access to various digital learning tools, platforms, and resources.
For assistance with Moodle and online class-related needs, contact the Moodle Help Desk at (828) 627-4619 during HCC business operating hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org during operating hours or after-hours, including weekends.
To register for classes, contact your advisor, success coach, or the department assistant for your program of study.
To apply to HCC, you may apply online or contact Student Services at (828) 627-4500.
For issues with HCC's WebAdvisor, Email login, or Office 365, contact the IT Help Desk at (828) 565-4009.
If you are unsure if online learning is a good fit for your educational plan and technical skill level, please view the Online Course Expectations. Online learning requires technology proficency and time management skills beyond that of a seated class.
Ongoing Online Instruction (when registering for future semesters)
Information on HCC’s fully online programs is available through the program contact or HCC’s success coaches. Information on which courses are provided online each semester is available under Students > Course Schedules. New student accounts are generated within 24-48 hours after registering for classes. Several student resource “courses” will be available upon login. All courses will be visible at 8:00 AM on the course’s start date. Course start dates vary, so be sure to check course schedules in WebAdvisor.