The following is a list of questions that are frequently asked by prospective students about NMC's online programs.
How do online courses work?
Classes are taught through MyMethodist, an online portal for NMC students. Class format varies but many times includes, presentations, disscussion boards, papers, tests and other assignments.
Students have the option of enrolling in Nebraska Methodist College part-time. Those who wish to explore this option should work with an advisor to plan their schedules.
Clinical/Practicum hours are a requirement of all online nursing programs. Students may choose to fulfill this requirement somewhere that is easily accessible to them.
Can online students receive financial assistance?
Yes, online students are eligible to receive financial aid. For more information about scholarships, loans, grants and other resources available, visit our Financial Assistance page.
Where do I turn in my assignments?
How do I get in contact with my instructor?
Do I have to be online at a certain time every day?
Some of our online programs utilize weekly virtual class meetings to assist with learning, and other online programs allow you to study at your convenience.
If virtual class meetings are a requirement of a course in which you are enrolled, your faculty member will communicate this to you in the syllabus.
Deadlines, tests and required outcomes are outlined in course syllabi. Online learning is meant to be flexible and available 24/7.