Home - Degrees & Courses - Online Learning - Online Courses for Credit Students Online Courses for Credit Students Online courses for credit students (those seeking a degree/certificate/transfer at Lewis and Clark) provide the same rigor as traditional courses, but their flexibility makes them a convenient alternative. As long as you meet expected due dates, you can work around your schedule and at your own pace, all from the comfort of home. L&C offers two types of online classes: Online - Classes that are fully online with no on-campus meetings. However, they may require in-person proctored tests. Click on Proctoring for LC Courses for more information. Web-blended - Classes where most of the work is completed online with some on-campus requirements. All online courses use a course management system called Blackboard. Once logged in, students can access all the information for their online classes, including course syllabi, content, assessments and communication tools. Blackboard courses can, and should, be accessed through the My L&C Portal. L&C offers online courses in business, the humanities, math and the sciences, among others. Find out if you're eligible below. Am I Eligible to Take A Course Online? Because we want you to be successful, there are requirements you must meet before you can enroll in an online course. Experience has shown that students who don’t meet our requirements frequently struggle with online learning. Yes You can take an online class now if you are a returning L&C student who: Has a GPA above 2.3 and has successfully completed (C or better) an online course at L&C in a previous semester. Has a GPA above 2.7 with no prior online experience. Not yet, but you can earn eligibility. The following groups can earn eligibility by taking our Introduction to Online Learning course (LCCC 202): New students Returning students with no prior experience and a GPA between 2.3 and 2.69 No You are NOT eligible if you have a GPA below 2.29. Please see an academic advisor to create an academic plan to raise your GPA to the level needed for online learning.