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Saint Paul College A Community & Technical College

All student support services are being provided remotely until further notice. As a result, information on this page may not be correct. Refer to the remote student services listing for current information on service availability.​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​D2L Brightspace

The D2L Brightspace portal is the College’s online learning management system (or LMS).

Click the button b​elow to login to D2L Brightspac​e

D2L B​rightspace

Saint Paul College offers a variety of online courses:

Completely Online - courses taught through the Internet. These courses do not require students to come to the College

Blended/Hybrid - courses with both class time on campus and online activity.

​Some face-to-face courses (those taught in a classroom on the campus) may also incorporate school work using the Brightspace too​l.

Students must log into their courses before 11:00pm on the 7th calendar day of the course. Otherwise, you may be reported as No Show to the course and responsible for the tuition and fees​.​

Training and Information

We provide the following learning opportunities to assist you in becoming familiar and proficient in using the D2L Brightspace program:​​

Online Learning

Saint Paul College is committed to providing learning opportunities to students that are free of place or time restrictions. By utilizing the latest technology, the College delivers courses at places and times that are conven​ient to the student.

Is Taking an Online Course Right for Me?

If you are looking for flexibility in your schedule, then online courses may be right for you.  Consider exploring an online learning course if:

  • ​You are self-motivated, self-disciplined, and can usually get things done ahead of time.
  • You have easy access to a computer with a higher speed internet connection.
  • You are comfortable with technology and are familiar with Microsoft Office, web browsers, and other basic computer applications.
  • You are comfortable with following written instructions and rarely need instructor input.
  • You are able to communicate well in writing.
  • Your personal schedule allows for extra time to spend online.

Here are some additional resources available to help you decide if taking an online course is right for you:

Visit the MN Office of Higher Education for additional information on evaluating online programs.​

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