Distance Education

The Schedule of Classes indicates which courses will be offered via distance education technologies during any given semester or term. NOTE: A $25-per-credit fee is charged for courses that are taken online.

DACC online programs and the Virtual Learning and Instructional Technology (VLIT) Department is committed to the success of DACC’s distance education efforts. The VLIT staff provides online course support through Web-based and face-to-face training sessions and assistance for faculty and students.

Visit the VLIT website at http://dacc.nmsu.edu/vlit/, for helpful resources such as these:

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) database of the most commonly asked questions
  • Schedule for student face-to-face Canvas trainings at the beginning of each semester, and access to online Canvas training
  • Questions or Issues: Please email all questions/issues to vlit@nmsu.edu or call the office at (575) 528-7007 and leave a detailed message. Students can also contact the NMSU Help Desk (https://help.nmsu.edu/) or (575) 646-1840

The VLIT staff can be consulted by phone at (575) 528-7007 or in person. The VLIT office on the Espina Campus is located in DACL 270, and on the East Mesa campus it is located in DAAR 203D.

Visit http://dacc.nmsu.edu/online-programs for information on how to become an online student and what programs are offered fully online.