Online Learning at Cabrillo
Cabrillo College is committed to supporting students seeking flexible options to learn. Your success online is important to us, and we will strive to help you any way we can. Want to learn more about Canvas? View this Canvas orientation.
Canvas Self-Service for Students | Canvas Self-Servicefor Faculty
Online learning lets you access programs and courses that might have otherwise been inaccessible or highly inconvenient. Find out how to develop skills for effective online learning. Topics include the technology needed for online learning, online study skills and managing time, and how to access online support services.
Additionally, the Computer Technology Center can help you with the technical part of online learning, and your instructor is prepared to guide you along in your course. Directory
Not sure which classes to take? A Counselor can help you create an education plan. The Catalog also contains degree requirements.
- Find the class you want in Self-Service and view available sections
- Be sure to click on the individual section of the course you want to take and read the "Additional Information" notes to find out exactly how and when the class will meet.
- If you are already enrolled at Cabrillo, use your College ID and password to register
- Not enrolled yet? We can help you. Apply and Register
Can't find the course you need to fill out your schedule? Select a class from the thousands of online courses at California Community Colleges. Visit the California Virtual Campus. Find online transfer degrees and certificates.
To receive an Associate's Degree, you must complete the General Education requirements in addition to courses offered in your major. See the Catalog for degree requirements. Additional courses are required to meet admission requirements to the CSU and UC. Counselors are available to help you make good choices about programs. Appointments can be scheduled with a Counselor by calling (831) 479-6274.
Going virtual doesn't mean you have to go it alone!
Check out our Canvas Student Success Center. Find support services and try out Canvas.
The Watsonville Integrated Learning Center offers online tutoring and counseling services, including bilingual tutoring for Math, Writing, Spanish and a Virtual Study Space. Online tutoring is also available through the HUB's Tutoring Center. The HUB offers tutoring in a variety of topics through the Tutoring Center (TC) and online tutoring is available via Canvas.
Get help with course subjects, including writing papers, math assistance, and computer classes. Computer Centers are located in both Aptos and Watsonville. Learning Centers are listed below. (Aptos HUB, CTC, and Watsonville ILC)
Getting Started with Canvas
Students who are registered or waitlisted for classes in the current semester will have access to Canvas. The username and password for Canvas are managed in WebAdvisor. Your seven-digit college ID number is the username. Be sure to include all of the leading zeros on your college ID number when you log in. For example, 0001234 would work, but 1234 would not.
- Students who are waitlisted for classes will have access to Canvas courses in read only mode. Most instructors open their Canvas course the week before classes. See the Schedule of Classes or WebAdvisor for late starting courses.
- If the instructor has room in the class, they will issue an add authorization in Self-Service so you can officially register. There may be up to a one-hour delay from the time that you register in Self-Service to the time when you are added to the class in Canvas.
- Once you are added to the class, your role in Canvas changes from "Observer" to "Student" and you can interact with course assignments.
- Your course will appear on the Canvas Dashboard if you are registered or waitlisted for the course. The course may not be published by the instructor yet. Generally, instructors publish their courses the week before the term begins. Contact the Computer Technology Center if you don't see the course by the first day of classes.
- Canvas has a mobile app for both Android and iOS devices. Some courses require the use of software that can only be accessed on a laptop/desktop computer. Check with your instructor about tech requirements.