The Office of Online Learning at Snead State Community College promotes and supports the innovative use of technology in teaching, advising, and mentoring students while emphasizing academic excellence within a supportive environment. The technologies that we support can be used in online, blended, and traditional courses.
Snead State is the online learning leader in the Alabama Community College System (ACCS). Snead State offered the first online courses in 1999 and has expanded the online curriculum ever since. Starting with the 2015-2016 academic year, over fifty percent of registrations and credit hours were for online/hybrid courses.
Snead State offers hundreds of online classes and a number of degree programs and certificate programs that can be completed entirely through online classes or hybrid course options.
AS Degree Programs
AAS Degree Programs
- Applied Business (10 concentration options)
- Child Development*
- Nursing: Mobility LPN-to-Associate Degree Nursing**
- Office Administration
Long-Term Certificate Programs
Short-Term Certificate Programs
*Within the Child Development degrees/certificates, the CHD 215 Supervised Practical Experience course requires 90 hours of field experience placement. Details are available from the Child Development Program.
**The Mobility LPN-to-Associate Degree Nursing program includes some courses that require on-campus meetings, and some that require clinical placements. Details are available from the Health Sciences Division.
- Snead State is a member of the Alabama Consortium for Technology and Learning (ALACTL). ALACTL is a member service organization that provides opportunities for collaboration, resource sharing and achieving economies of scale in procurement of instructional technology resources.
- Snead State is a Quality Matters subscriber. Quality Matters provides tools and processes used to evaluate quality in course design.
- Snead State Community College has been approved by the State of Alabama as a participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.
Contact Us for Assistance
To ensure the fastest reply, please email questions/issues to DL@snead.edu. Emails sent to this address are forwarded to all of the Office of Online Learning staff.