Northwest Florida State College’s Online Campus combines the affordability and quality of NWF’s traditional classes with the increased accessibility and flexibility of hybrid and online courses to help you earn your degree.
Each year NWF’s Online Campus offers more than 180 online courses, providing over 100 sections to choose from each semester.
All NWF classes provide students in an online classroom with the same tools and resources that help students in traditional classrooms succeed. Online courses scheduled in the full and mini-semesters provide students with greater access to courses necessary to complete their program of study on time, with 18 programs available fully online. Hybrid courses are supplemented with online instruction and resources to allow for reduced seat time, combining the best of NWF’s traditional classrooms with the greater flexibility of the online learning environment.
Accessing Online Campus
NWF’s learning management system is D2L’s Brightspace. The college is transitioning to Blackboard Learn (Ultra), and all NWF courses will have online classrooms in Blackboard starting in summer term.
Current students can access NWF’s online classrooms by clicking the D2L icon below.
"I can connect with my online instructors because they are 'always a phone call or email away.'"
Ms. Daceya McDuffie
Sophomore, Teacher Education
"Today, we have really enhanced our online classes and how you learn online."
Dr. Lynne Wetzell
"I keep in touch with my students even when I'm on top of a volcano. You'll find that my online and face-to-face classes have nearly identical instructional materials and assessments."
Dr. Mark Horrell
"Our online program is excellent for nurses. Students like it because they are able to complete assignments when they are off from work. We are responsive to them. We try to answer email within 24 hours and respond to assessments in approximately 1 week."
Dr. Beth Norton
"Online education works even when students are in active deployment. Online classes can fit perfectly into exceedingly hectic, very busy schedules."
Dr. Jean Mitchell
"I was able to take online courses during my deployment. Online learning allows the learner to balance personal life, professional life, and family."
Dr. Lenora Cook
Nursing Department / Adjunct Professor / Ret. Lt Col USAF