Introduction:

District users and vendors may need share course syllabi informationThis process describes how to allow entities to import a syllabus in Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.

Details:

  1. First, tap Courses from the top menu.
  2. Next, use the drop-downs to filter your results and then press the Search button.
  3. At this point, a list of courses will be displayed in a table below. Tap the Edit button to the left of the course name.
    The Courses page is shown with an arrow pointing to the Courses option in the top menu bar, to the Search button below the drop-downs and finally to the Edit button next to the course listing in the results table.
  4. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and click to check the Allow Entities To Import checkbox.
  5. Finally, tap the Save button to apply the change.
    The bottom of the Edit Course page is shown with an arrow pointing to the Allow Entities to Import checkbox and to the Save button.

Last updated on February 10, 2021

Limited Course Capacity

We’re sorry to inform you that we have reached capacity for several of our Semester 1 and Trimester 1 courses. You’ll notice when attempting to enroll students in our Student Learning Portal that some courses are unavailable. While we are no longer accepting new enrollments for these courses at this time, many courses continue to remain open for enrollment.

With many students across the state 100% remote, demand for our online courses is greater than ever before. Because every course we offer is taught by a Michigan-certified teacher, this high volume of enrollments has created capacity issues for our teachers who provide each and every student with individual feedback.

While the Michigan Virtual team anticipated and planned for significant increases in student enrollments this Fall, the increased demand we’ve experienced has been unprecedented. As a result, we are taking steps to hire even more part-and full-time teachers to support larger numbers of student enrollments for Semester 2 as well as for Trimester 2 and 3. 

For schools that still need online learning options this year, please fill out the form at the bottom of our virtual pathways page to meet with someone to discuss other solutions. While some of our teacher-led courses are full, we may still have the capacity to help you in upcoming terms or can discuss timing to implement a whole-school or collaborative program in which local teachers from your school/district use our online course content to teach students. We also have free course content and resources available for you to use.

We know this is an incredibly stressful time for all, and we’re sorry if the courses you’re looking for are unavailable. We never want to turn away a student who wants to learn from us. Our top concern, however, is student success, and we have a policy to not take on additional enrollments if we cannot guarantee that all students will have a quality online learning experience. 

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate the unusually high volume of enrollments we are receiving.