The University of Memphis is a learner-centered metropolitan research university providing high quality educational experiences while pursuing new knowledge through research, artistic expression, and interdisciplinary and engaged scholarship.
eCampus at the University of Memphis offers online learning through technology enhanced formats, such as broadcast, video disc, streaming video.
Single sign-on provides both students and faculty access to courses, tutorials, research resources and administrative services from across campus or around the globe. Programs are rigorous and accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
A degree from the University of Memphis shows you've worked hard to succeed at a nationally recognized, fully accredited State university Online course content is equivalent to on-ground courses. Online students are welcome to visit the campus at any time, or to enroll in on-campus classes.
UM Online are online courses developed by University of Memphis faculty for University of Memphis students. Over 400 courses are available to you online through eCampus. Its complete degree programs include six undergraduate degree programs, six graduate degree programs, licensure programs and many endorsements are available to you online through eCampus.
Some UM Online courses are synchronous, which means that students may be required to be online at a certain day and time, or may be required to be present at on-campus class meetings or orientations.
Online classes are winning and suitable but they do need high levels of self-discipline and motivation. To guarantee a successful online experience, it is necessary to have regular, reliable, access to the appropriate computer equipment and a high speed internet connection. You must also have an active University of Memphis e-mail account.
The University of Memphis provides Financial Aid for its students. Once financial aid eligibility is determined, the Financial Aid Office offers students a Financial Aid Package which is posted on their Spectrum account. It may be a possible combination of grants, loans, scholarships, and employment – to meet as much of the student's need as possible. Enrolled hours, residency classification, cumulative grade point average, and other financial assistance already received will affect the amount and type of financial aid students can receive to meet their financial need.