Digital Learning Center (DLC)

Welcome to online learning at Casper College! CC offers you a quality online educational experience with the flexibility you need to accommodate your personal schedule. Online learning is offered in a variety of ways including web-enhanced, hybrid and fully online courses. If you are self-motivated, disciplined and comfortable using a computer, online learning may be for you!

Get Started with Online Learning

First Step - Are You Ready for Online Classes?

  1. Student Orientation to Online Learning
    (PDF Printable Format)
  2. New Student Registration
    Apply to Casper College or register for courses. Make sure you provide a valid email address to follow-up on your application.
  3. Get your Casper College Login
    Your Casper College (CC) account will be activated after you register for classes. If you do not hear from us within 3 days after registering for courses, contact the CC HelpDesk at 307-268-3648 or at Your CC account gives you access to WebAdvisor, Moodle4Me, MyCC, on-campus labs and Library services.
  4. Activate MyCC Account
    Use your Casper College login (See Technical Requirements tab)
  5. Required Books Search for a class or look up your course schedule on WebAdvisor. Book information is provided. You can also go to the bookstore site and find required texts by semester

Casper College is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Visit the Casper College Accreditation page for more information.

State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA)

What is State Authorization?

The United States Department of Education requires all institutions of higher education to seek authorization in every state and territory in which they provide educational opportunities, physically or virtually.  Wyoming is working to ensure we comply with regulations in each state so we can continue providing educational access to students across the country.

Wyoming is approved to offer fully online education in the following states through SARA: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.  

On Campus (physical presence) Student Grievance Procedure

Students who believe the college or its employees have treated them unfairly or inequitably may seek resolution through the student grievance policy. The full policy and procedures are available at The vice president of student services is available to review the policy with students. Students may not grieve college policies, procedures, or regulations or sanction issued for code of conduct violations.Grievances may be addressed through an informal resolution, formal resolution, or grievance hearing.  Sexual misconduct violations are referred to the Title IX coordinator,  and addressed in the Sexual Misconduct policy.

 Distance Education Student Grievance Procedure 

In the case of a student who is taking a distance education class and does not live in the area, all meeting will be via phone or digital. Please contact the vice president of academic affairs at to begin this process.

If a student is not satisfied with the outcome of the institutional process, the distance education complaint may then be brought to the state agency under the state reciprocal agreement. To file a complaint with Wyoming, contact Larry Buchholtz at

However complaints about grade appeals and conduct complaints are excluded through the state process and need to be settled with Casper College.