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If you have difficulty with your password, please try your six digit birth day (mmddyy) as your default password. Don't hesitate to call the Help Desk if you need further assistance (304-293-5192).
WVROCKS Welcome Memo. Courses for the WVROCKS the 2017FA1 Session conclude on Friday, October 13, 2017. The 2017FA2 Session begins on Monday, October, 16, 2017. Students enrolled in second session courses will not be able to access the course until then. If you encounter any other technical issues when logging in, please contact our Help Desk at 304-293-5192. They are available 24/7 to assist you. Good Luck with your coursework! If you need assistance in enrolling in WVROCKS courses for future sessions, please see the RBA Coordinator at your host institution.
This is just a reminder that students must complete the Learner's Responsibilities Quiz in each course before Module One will release to you. You will find the Learner's Responsibilities Quiz in the Orientation Module by clicking the Start Here tab from the course menu. Please contact the Help Desk at 304-293-5192 if you have any problems accessing the Orientation.
The West Virginia Remote Online Collaborative Knowledge System, better known as WVROCKS, makes courses from institutions that offer the Regents Bachelor of Arts Degree available to online students. Insitutions currently participating in WVROCKS include: Bluefield State College, Concord University, Fairmont State University, Glenville State College, Marshall University and Shepherd University (Martinsburg campus). For more details and a complete list of courses offered through your institution, contact the RBA Coordinator at a participating school. For additional information about the WVROCKS RBA program select WVROCKS RBA Flyer.For additional information about the WVROCKS BOG program select WVROCKS BOG Flyer. Click on the link Catalog on this page to see an updated list of courses offered and textbook information. (Not every course in the catalog would be offered at your campus.)