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While some courses do still utilize physical textbooks, electronic resources and digital content are prevalent in our online courses.

Digital content includes e Textbooks, videos, downloadable content sharing, access to interactive libraries and much more.

Our online programs include Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees as well as Diplomas and Certificates in our Schools of Health Sciences, Business, Design, Education, Justice Studies, Nursing and Technology. Although some courses may have due dates for assignments scheduled each week, you are not required to login at specific times each day.

Some of your courses may also include live synchronous sessions with your faculty as part of the learning experience.

Course materials are covered under the Course Technology and Resource Fee, which are charged per course, and in a $10 charge for each textbook or ebook.* Meeting other online students at Rasmussen College is easy with our interactive classroom environment and discussion boards.

Additionally, Rasmussen College hosts a private community on Facebook that is just for students.

While these sessions will be schedule for specific days and times across the week, sessions are recorded and can be viewed at a later time if needed.

All students are expected to stay on schedule with the course assignments and login multiple times each week.

Costs for these materials are covered in the Course Technology and Resource Fee, which are charged per course, and in a charge for each textbook or ebook.* Most students find that a reliable computer with an adequate high-speed internet connection is sufficient, and they do not need a top-of-the-line computer to complete assignments online.

Also, Rasmussen College has transitioned to digital content as the primary delivery method for course materials.

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