Distance Learning Overview
Florida Keys Community College serves Monroe County with a main campus on Key West and two additional centers in Marathon and Coral Shores.
At Florida Keys Community College, we are committed to offering our students a wide variety of online classes. In fact, FKCC is able to offer an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree completely online. If you are not a degree seeking student, no problem - we offer a wide variety of electives to suit your educational interests. Whether your interest lies in the arts or the sciences, we have a course for you. For more information about our Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree visit our Associate in Arts Overview page or contact your adviser.
To login to your class using Desire2Learn (D2L) go to https://online.fkcc.edu
Type in your firstname.lastname in the login name space.
Type in the last four digits of your social security number as your password. Then click the Login button.
For a demonstration on how to login watch the video below.
D2L student support: If you have trouble logging in to D2L, accessing your course(s), or need your password reset, call the D2L Help Desk at 305-809-3177 or Email email@example.com. The Help Desk is available Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Please note that the D2L Student Help Desk is closed during college holidays.
Web conferencing software: Currently FKCC is using MS Lync. Web Conferencing uses a computer, video camera, microphone and the Internet to conduct a live class between two or more participants. These classes are synchronous and meet at the same time but students and instructors are in different locations.Click this link for a video overview of MS Lync.
Florida students may take any class offered online by any Florida college. To see a list of classes go to:
FKCC students: If you select a distance learning course that is offered by another Florida state school, you will need to apply to that school as a transient student. Go to Florida Virtual Campus to enter your transient student request to learn if FKCC will accept the credits and apply them to your major.
Non-FKCC students: If you select a distance learning course at FKCC and are currently enrolled at another college, you will need to apply to FKCC as a transient student. If your home school is a Florida state college, go to Florida Virtual Campus to enter your transient student request and learn if your home school will accept the credits. If your home school is a private college, check with your home school student advisor to obtain the required documentation to exchange with FKCC.
All students under federal financial aid programs: Your financial aid will not be available for more than one college at a time. Check your home school Financial Aid web site for information or contact your home school Financial Aid Office for assistance.
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