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Faculty Information

Thank you for your interest in the Extension Studies program available through the Office of Distance and Extended Learning!

  • Extension course offerings can be delivered in a traditional face-to-face classroom setting, online, as a hybrid or part of a faculty-led Study-in-America or Off-Campus program.
     
  • Course offerings through Extension Studies must occur during a Part of Term already approved by the Office of the University Registrar and must be valid for that term in the official course catalog.
     
  • Important:  Before completing a course approval contract, please review the criteria for offering an extension course and program webpage.

Criteria for Offering Extension Courses and Programs

Please review our Criteria for Extension Courses and Programs webpage for important information.


Face-to-Face (Classroom), Online or Hybrid Offerings

Please visit our Extension Studies course webpage for additional Information. 

Study-in-America or Off-Campus Programs

Please visit our Extension Study-in-America program page for additional information.


Rosters, Certifying Classes and Grades

Click HERE to view Quick Steps on these processes. 


Teaching Online or Hybrid

Please review the Faculty Development Requirements for Online Teaching or contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning with any questions.


Course Development Assistance Available

If you need assistance developing your online or hybrid course, visit the Instructional Technology Support's online or hybrid course development websites.  The Office of Distance and Extended Learning also offers faculty the support of an instructional designer to assist in the development process.  For more information, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Online Tutoring Available for Students

Please review the Smarthinking Faculty Handbook to learn more about the online tutoring that is available for students enrolled in extension courses.


HB 2504

Beginning in fall 2017, all courses offered through Extension Studies must be reported to the HB 2504 site. 

Please visit the HB 2504 site for more information. 


Information and Assistance

For additional information and/or assistance, please contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning at 512-245-2322 or 800-511-8656.