- Every student is assigned a College issued student email account when they are accepted to the college.
- Student Email Quick Start Guide
- If you have trouble logging in to your student email, try resetting your password at https://wccreset.wilsoncc.edu/. You can also email Technology Support Services at email@example.com or call 252-246-1224 for assistance.
- Moodle is Wilson Community College’s learning management system. If you have registered for a seated, online (NT), hybrid (HY), or blended (BL) course, go to Moodle to find your course materials and get started.
- Moodle uses the same username and password as student email.
Moodle Support for Students
If this is your first time taking an online course at Wilson Community College, or you are having trouble getting started in Moodle, Moodle support is available!
- A Moodle Quick Start Guide is available to assist you in accessing Moodle for the first time.
- Once you get access to Moodle, complete the Moodle-101-for-Students course in your “My Courses” list in Moodle to learn the basics on navigating and submitting coursework.
- If you are still lost, you can schedule a virtual one-on-one session with Kelly Ellis, Instructional Support Technician, for additional help navigating Moodle and getting started in your classes. Go to the Moodle Support Bookings Calendar to schedule a virtual appointment with Kelly Ellis.
When to Access Courses
- New student accounts are created in Moodle 24 hours after registering for classes.
- Students are automatically enrolled in the Moodle 101 for Students resource course each semester.
- New students are encouraged to complete this course to become familiar with how to navigate and use Moodle.
- Returning students can use this as a resource anytime they need a refresher on how use specific Moodle features.
- All curriculum courses have a Moodle presence and will be available at 8:00 a.m. on the first day of the term.
- HY, BL, and NT continuing education courses that use Moodle will be available by 8:00 a.m. on the first day of the course.