Greetings and welcome to the Office of Off-Campus Learning at Rust College. This page is designed to help you get a head-start in taking our online courses. The mission of the Rust College Online program is to extend our high-quality, post-secondary education to the community at-large, making courses accessible to non-traditional students to enable them to succeed in their degree programs, careers and communities.
The program is an academic outreach and continuing education arm of the College specifically targeting non-traditional, off-campus adult learners. Courses are available online in each of the major divisions: Education, Business, Humanities, Science & Mathematics and Social Science. You may take courses such as College Algebra, Introduction to Personal Computers, English Composition, Small Business Management and others.
Registered students can study 24 hours, seven days a week from home, the office, or anywhere an internet connection can be found. The course list for Module VI (June 5, 2017 to July 28, 2017 is available by clicking here. Registration is now open and will run until June 2. Late registration is June5, 2017. Classes begin June 5, 2017.
For further information, please contact Dr. Helen Oliver, Coordinator at (662) 252-8000 ext. 4041 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; Mr. Clarence Smith, Registrar at (662) 252-8000 ext. 4057; Mr. Braque Talley, Enrollment Services at (662) 252-8000 ext. 4058 or email@example.com; Mr. Marlin Jones, Financial Aid Office at (662) 252-8000 ext. 4061.
Dr. Helen Oliver