Courses offered via electronic media allow you to engage in your course on or off
campus, often at times and locations that are most convenient to you. Course content
matches content of on-ground courses with the same title and course number. Please be sure to confirm you have continuous, reliable access to the appropriate technology when accessing an eCampus course.
WEB Asynchronous (UMOnline)
These courses are designed to be completed fully online, although some programs may
require students to attend an on-campus orientation. Please be sure to read all footnotes
when enrolling and to contact the department in which the course is offered to determine
Students with Disabilities
The University of Memphis is committed to providing equal opportunity and challenge
to all academically qualified students with disabilities and is compliant with Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
To receive disability related accommodations and services, students must first register
with the Disability Resources for Students office and provide current and appropriate
medical and / or psycho-educational documentation which identifies the specific nature
and extent of a qualifying disability, including the functional limitations currently
imposed by the disability.
Disability Resources for Students
University of Memphis
110 Wilder Tower
Memphis, TN 38152-3520
Phone: 901-678-2880 V / TTY