Online & Blended Login Information

Moodle Login Moodle FAQs

Online & Blended Schedule

Your Moodle course does not officially begin until the start date on your schedule. You will not be able to access your course until that time.

To access your course, please login at You will be able to access your course by simply clicking on its name. When prompted for your user name and password on the Moodle login screen, please use your college user name and password.

EXAMPLE: tmakin100
DO NOT USE: student/tmakin100 or

Be sure to review your course syllabus and your instructor’s notes the first day of class. Some courses have proctored (on-campus) exams or other face-to-face components. Additional information will be available from your instructor.

Blended courses include both online and face-to-face/traditional instruction. Information on the face-to-face portion of this class is available in the schedule.

If your online or blended course is a non-credit, continuing education, or adult education class, you may need to contact our Continuing Education or Adult Education departments for details because not all of these courses use Moodle.

Some regular traditional face-to-face course also uses Moodle to provide additional resources to students throughout the semester.


Don’t Know Your Password?

Did you know your secure user name and password are unique? You can receive your password by visiting the Office of Admissions (Rm 2348) on the main campus with a valid photo ID. If you have a secondary email address on file with the college you can just call the Office of Admissions (708-210-5718) with your username or student ID number to have your password sent to this secondary address. You can also use the online resend password form. An email will then be sent to the secondary email address on file.

Still having trouble accessing Moodle?

Call (708) 225-5825 option 2 or email

Technical Requirements

Students must have:

  • Familiarity with downloading and uploading files as well as the ability to attach files to emails.
  • Access to a webcam, microphone and speakers.
  • Access to a device with reliable internet service.

Computers Labs are available to students at the Main Campus and at the Oak Forest Center.

Less than 40% of your total degree or certificate credit hours may be taken in an online format.