This is your comprehensive source for all of the online resources available to you at PHSC. Use the links below to explore the online learning opportunities, including registering for courses, visiting the library, paying your tuition, assessing your readiness for online learning, exploring the online environment through a sample e-course, or finding answers to your questions.
We now offer advising to e-students via phone or email. The e-advisor assists new, current and returning students with applying/reapplying to PHSC. Students may receive assistance with placement testing information, developing a program of study, selecting courses for registration and other student development information. This information is delivered in an electronic environment. For advising services, contact Barbara Russo, E-advisor.
Start now and get acquainted with your online learning opportunities!
Login to your Internet courses at myPHSC
Information for online classes
E-learning classes are no different than traditional courses in terms of rigor and content. They do offer a substantial degree of scheduling flexibility to the student. Students can pursue their education from their home or other off-campus locations.
- Technology requirements for distance learners
- Check your course(s) in the online schedule listing to see if the instructor has posted comments. Comments will be located underneath the course information.
- On the first day of class go to our learning management system, myPHSC and follow the login instructions.
The electronic campus is your comprehensive source for information about higher education opportunities and services across the South. PHSC is a branch of the Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus (SREB).
Due to restrictive state regulations, PHSC is only authorized to offer online courses in the following states as a member of SREB’s SECRRA reciprocity agreement: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Please contact that state’s higher education regulation authorities or a PHSC program advisor for more details.