Welcome to Island Online

Taking online courses gives you the flexibility to complete your degree anytime, anywhere. TAMU-CC offers several online courses and programs that fit your busy schedule. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard learning management system and a wide range of support and services are available to help you have a successful online experience.

Courses and Program Descriptions:


Financial Aid:


  • To ensure the courses you select are relevant to an academic program in which you are enrolled, seek Academic Advising advising before registration:


Blackboard Tools:

Prepare to learn online by exploring Blackboard tools and features as well as tips to be a successful online learner at:  

Tuition and Fees:
  • For specific terms, tuition, and fee descriptions and information about exemptions and waivers for tuition and mandatory fees go to Business Office - Tuition and Fees

Technical Requirements:

Follow the link below to find information about preparing your computer for online courses by reviewing Technical Requirements.

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Mary and Jeff Bell Library offers support to distance learners.

Other Services:

Student Engagement and Success

Examination Arrangements:

Some online courses may require proctored testing. Below are links to some authorized testing centers. Contact your professors for their specific proctoring requirements. 

Student Complaint Resolution:

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi encourages you to resolve issues or complaints using the processes provided on the University's Complaint Resolution webpage.  However, if an issue cannot be resolved internally, you may file a complaint about Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with your state of residence or with SACS-COC, the University’s accrediting agency.


State Authorization:


Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA) member institution, and is in the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) compact.  Membership in SARA permits TAMU-CC to provide online courses or instructions to students in other SARA member states and U.S. territories. More information is available on our State Authorizations page. To view a list of SARA institution in your state, visit the NC-SARA website.