Welcome to Distance Learning!
The mission of Distance Learning at Allan Hancock College is to provide quality online
instruction that offers our students convenient, flexible opportunities to enhance
learning in multiple modalities and styles that aid our diverse student body in achieving
their educational goals.
Distance learning classes at Allan Hancock College offer students the opportunity
to enroll in courses and earn college credit. Students can earn their GE completely
online, take a class online that otherwise wouldn't fit their schedule, or earn their
entire degree or certificate online.
Online courses are delivered online using Blackboard Learn the official LMS at AHC,
which allows instructors to provide an equivalent learning experience as in traditional
face-to-face courses. This systems allows instructors to provide instructional content,
discussions, tests, quizzes, assignments. It also provides instructors the technology
to address multiple learning styles for students. Online courses use a variety of
media such as video, audio, multimedia software interactive presentations, and much
The Distance Learning Department supports hundreds of courses using distance learning
technology, from face-to-face to online. Many credit courses fulfilling units for
Associate degrees and certificates can be completed through distance learning.
For more information on distance learning at Allan Hancock College, click on the Student
Resources link in the menu on the left. There you can learn more about distance learning
and find out if distance learning courses are right for you.
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J. Danny Segura
Wildland Fire Tech Student
"I have been taking classes through Allan Hancock College for about 3 years. I'm currently enrolled in their Firefighter 1 Academy and have really enjoyed it so far and I've made some new friends. The instructors are great and have years and years of experience and knowledge. Allan Hancock has helped me further my education in my fire service career."
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