Students enrolled in online programs or who take exclusively online courses may request a Student ID card (SandDollar$ card) by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. The following information should be included in the email request:
Student ID number (A#)
Full name (as it appears in TAMUCC student records)
Daytime phone number
The ID card will not include a photo and will be valid to use with an accompanying government issued ID card (i.e. driver’s license). The ID card will be sent by the SandDollar$ office via mail to the mailing address provided. If the SandDollar$ card is not received within 2 weeks, the student should notify SandDollar$ and a replacement will be sent at no charge. SandDollar$ will verify the validity of the mailing address prior to sending out a replacement card. If a student visits the campus, the SandDollar$ office will issue a standard SandDollar$ photo ID with proper identification at no charge. If a student transfers from a fully online to a campus-based program then a student must obtain a SandDollar$ card.
The Certificates Program
The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Certificates program is offered to support instructors as they integrate technologies in their courses to improve instruction and provide students with highly engaging learning experiences as well as flexible scheduling. Enroll and find out more about options offered at https://iol.tamucc.edu/certificates.html.
Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies CHANGEcasts
3 Tips for Encouraging Online Student Success
Esther Pais Discusses Using Blackboard LMS
Dr. Magesh Thiyagarajan and his Students Discuss Online Learning
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