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MOCC: Display 3rd Party Offerings


Michigan’s Online Course Catalog allows users to display courses in their local district catalog. This process describes how to display a 3rd party offering in that catalog.


  1. First, tap the Course Management tab and then select Manage 3rd Party Offerings from the left navigation menu.
  2. Next, press the Add New button to display the offerings in your local district catalog.
  3. Then choose a 3rd Party from the Provider Name drop-down field. If you wish to narrow your search criteria, select the appropriate options from the remaining filters.
  4. Next, press the Search button to view the results in a table below.
  5. Continue by placing a check mark in the box of the first column next to the course offering you wish to display when parents or students search your district in the catalog.
  6. Next, press the Submit button when finished.
    Screen capture of the Manage 3rd Party Offerings page. Arrows point to the course selection check box and to the Submit button.
  7. As a result, you will return to the previous screen that will now display the course offerings that will be displayed when your local districts catalog is searched.
    Screen capture of the Manage 3rd Party Offerings page with an arrow pointing to the 1st row in the results grid.
    Note: To verify the course(s) have been added to your local districts catalog, follow the Search Catalog for Courses Offered in District process.

Additional Information:

  • To remove an offering from your local district catalog, click the icon within the “Remove” column in the results table.

Last updated on February 25, 2020

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