TN eCampus Online Courses
TN eCampus is a collaborative partnership that allows institutions to share resources and personnel needed to deliver quality online instruction. When you enroll in TN eCampus courses, you will remain a University of Memphis student and your courses will appear on your transcript as University of Memphis courses. Your class may be instructed by a professor from one of the other partner institutions and you may have classmates enrolled at other partner institutions.
- How do I register for a TN eCampus online course?
- Do I need a permit for a TN eCampus online course?
- I registered for a TN eCampus online course. Where do I get textbooks?
- Where and when do I access the TN eCampus online course site?
- My TN eCampus online course exams require a proctor. How do I take a proctored exam?
- I have an issue with a TN eCampus online course. What should I do?
- I would like to dispute/appeal my TN eCampus online course final grade. What should I do?
The University of Memphis offers over 500 online courses which can be easily identified by the section number and instructional method in the course schedule. Registration for all online courses is completed through the same process as any other course. Access your myMemphis portal and use the student page to complete registration functions.
TN eCampus courses can be identified by sections R01, R25, and R50.
Ex. BIOL 2010-R01, CRMJ 4010-R50
First, attempt to register for your courses. If you received an error message, complete a permit request form.
Our office issues permits for TN eCampus online courses except for graduate level Nursing (NURS), and Education (ASTL, TEAE, or TELC) courses. For contact
information to request permits for those courses, please go to the registrar's website.
- Request a permit for a TN eCampus course. (We do not issue permits for UofM online courses. Please check the section of the course you are requesting. If it is not section R01, R25 or R50, we can not issue the permit.)
TN eCampus books can only be purchased through theTN eCampus Virtual Bookstore. The University of Memphis bookstore does not sell TN eCampus books. At the website,
click on the "Textbook" link in the top menu, then use the the various drop down menus to find your courses and view the required and suggested textbooks. Please be sure
to read the return policy and other important notices.
New students should read and complete all sections of the TN eCampus Orientation for Online Students. Then try our TN eCampus Online Readiness Course by entering Username: guest and Password: Guest2017.
You will not be able to access courses until the first day of the semester, and be aware some delays may occur.
Students adding courses during the late registration period will not be able to access their courses for an additional 24-48 hours after their registration is complete.
To access TN eCampus courses (course sections R01, R25, and R50) go to gotoclass.tnecampus.org and follow the instructions to form your user name and password. You will not use the same username and password that you use at the University of Memphis!
If you have technical difficulties accessing your course (logging in, timing out, using your course tools) please call the TN eCampus Support Services at 1-866-895-8429 or go to their website at https://tnecampus.helpspot.com (Note: You must be a a registered TN eCampus student to utilize this service.)
- You may learn more about our course management software by viewing our video tutorials and other resources linked below. You will need to use your UofM user name and password to access the videos.
- Student Training Resources:
1. A brief video introducing students to eCourseware can be found at Student Introduction to eCourseware. (Mac users may need to open this link in Safari.)
2. A more detailed video, explaining how to use the basic tools of eCourseware, can be found at eCourseware Tools to Know. (Mac users may need to open this link in Safari.)
Some TN eCampus courses require your midterm and final exam be given to you by a proctor. (someone appointed to supervise students during exams) You are responsible for finding an appropriate proctor, setting an exam appointment, and following all policies at your chosen test location. Only your instructor can approve your choice of proctor.
If your TN eCampus course indicates that you will have a proctored midterm and/or final exam, please read our entire proctor policy.
You should first attempt to resolve course issues by communicating with the instructor. If you are not able to reach a resolution, you can contact us for assistance. Please send an email that includes your full name, U-Number, the course ID (ex. BIOL 1010-R50) the instructors name, and details of the problem you are having. Include information about your attempts to resolve the situation yourself. We will contact you as soon as we have information to share with you.
If you wish to dispute a TN eCampus course final grade, first discuss your concerns
with the instructor. If you have unsuccessfully tried to contact the instructor,
please send an email that includes your full name, U-Number, the course ID (ex. BIOL 1010-R50) the instructors
name, and your reason for contacting the instructor.
If you are not able to reach a resolution, and wish to pursue a grade appeal, please review grade appeal procedures for undergraduate students or for graduate students. Appeals must be based on evidence that you performed at a level sufficient to warrant a different grade, not circumstances that would grant a different grade. If you wish to file an appeal and your petition meets the requirements stated in the UofM appeal policies linked above; please send an email that includes your full name, U-Number, the course ID (ex. BIOL 1010-R50) the instructors name, and your formal grade appeal statement. We will contact you as soon as we have information to share with you.