eCampus Contacts

Teresa Coleman
eCampus Liaison
(912) 538-3103

Stephanie Moye, MSIS
Blackboard Point of Contact
(912) 538-3161

Gina Robison, M.Ed.
Dean of Business Technologies & Human Services
Blackboard Point of Contact
(912) 538-3122

Sonya Wilson, MSED
Dean of Industrial Technologies
GVTC Coordinator
Blackboard Point of Contact
(478) 289-2298


Southeastern Technical College Offers Online Courses Through eCampus

The eCampus platform allows students from across Georgia to enroll in online courses offered by any Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) college, providing students access to programs that may not be available at their home college. Upon completion of the eCampus course, students will earn credit at their home college. The courses available via the eCampus platform are chosen to prepare students for in-demand career opportunities.

Please visit the Admissions Office for an application. Click here for admissions information.
(912) 538-3100 Vidalia
(478) 289-2200 Swainsboro

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Are there admission requirements for using eCampus?
eCampus is a delivery platform used by all Technical Colleges. The admission or placement requirements are determined by your college for all programs.

Does eCampus cost anything to use?
Standard tuition and fees cover the cost of eCampus.

How do I enroll in a class?
Students enroll in a class using the college’s normal enrollment platform.

What technology do I have to have to use eCampus?
A device that connects to the internet and accesses some form of a web browser.  Some courses may have more requirements such as software or other hardware.

If I don’t have access to the internet, can I still have access to this tool and its resources?
Yes. Colleges will provide access via local college internet on each campus. 

Does eCampus support real-time interaction, or only pre-recorded content?
eCampus supports real-time interaction.

What kinds of resources are available to online students?
Prior to taking classes, students have an opportunity to complete an online orientation that provides answers to questions regarding using the online learning management system. Once enrolled, students have access to GALILEO, which is the Georgia Library Learning Online System. This library system offers access to thousands of magazine, newspaper, and journal articles covering a broad range of subject areas as well as access to an online tutoring service called SMARTHINKING. This service uses the Internet to connect students with professional tutors for assistance with English and math. Technological support is also available through the College’s computer labs and IT department.


Student FAQ Link:
Title IX Coordinator (Equal Opportunity)/Disability Coordinator
Drop/Add /No-Show Withdrawal Policies/Complaint Process
Tutoring Services/Technical Support
Library Services
Bookstore/How to Get Textbooks

For information on e-Campus contact the Office of Admissions at (912) 538-3100 or (478) 289-2200.