The resources below are to assist you becoming a successful graduate of your online course or program. We have grouped the supports based on your needs. There is a technology section, one for academic information and one for other things you may find helpful. In the event your questions are not answered here, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Technology support for online learners
Review registration information, make fee payments, view your grades, update your address and more.
Download course notes, do quizzes, read and send emails, participate in online discussions and more.
Discover what is happening at Fanshawe, get information on student services, access College documents and more.
Get assistance with login and general information.
Get live chat assistance with login and general information.
Academic support for online learners
With your Fanshawe username and password you can access databases, journals, e-books, stream video and other online content from anywhere in the world.
Students needing one on one course support can seek help from a Peer Tutor who can connect remotely through video conferencing tools.
We have staff that can provide academic advice and support. You can connect with your Student Success Advisor by email or phone.
Students who would like to connect with a Fanshawe Accessibility Counsellor to discuss an accommodation can do so via email or phone. Those needing a face to face appointment may come to the London Campus.
Student who would like to connect with a Fanshawe Counsellor to discuss a personal matter can do so via email or phone. Those needing a face to face appointment may come to the London Campus or will be referred to a community agency.
Services and supports to help you find work during or after you have successfully completed your online program, as well as resources if you would like to start your own business. Staff are available by email, phone or video conference.
A portion of your student fees pay for the FSU student health plan.
First Nations, Métis, Non-status and Inuit students who would like to connect with staff in our First Nations Centre can do so via email, phone or video conference.
Students who would like to connect with the Ombuds to discuss a concern or dispute can do so via email, phone or video conference.
All the resources you need to study and learn can be ordered online and sent to your front door.
Whether off campus, on campus or learning virtually, all students are expected to act in a respectful manner towards all members of the Fanshawe community as outlined in our code of conduct.