Online Learning

Nashville State Community College Online

Nashville State Community College offers dozens of online programs and we are committed to ensuring quality as we continue to expand our online and virtual offerings to meet the needs of today's students and tomorrow's workforce.

Curious about taking online courses? Take our Online Student Orientation!

To find online courses offered this semester, use the Class Finder Tool. Watch this video (2:04) for instructions on using the Class Finder tool.

Online Technical Certificates

Get a job or get better at your current job with a 1-year Technical Certificate.

Online Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degrees

Enter the workforce with a 2-year technical or career degree.

Online Transfer Degrees

Set the groundwork to earn your bachelor's degree with a 2-year Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) online transfer degree.

Current Students

If you need help accessing your NS Online/D2L courses proceed to the Nashville State Web Course Login. If you need to report an account or D2L issue, please contact Help Desk Support directly or review our Student Online Resources. Need help accessing your NS Online course? Consider reviewing our Online Learning Student Orientation. Order your textbooks at the Bookstore or look at the Academic Calendar for upcoming dates or deadlines.

Is Your Class Online Next Semester?

Find courses that fit your schedule using the Nashville State Community College Dynamic Schedule.

Questions About Online Programs?

Utilize the specific program links above to contact a division representative or email

NC SARA Agreement

Complaint Resolution Policies and Procedures for Non-Tennessee Resident Students in State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement States, commonly known as SARA.

Student complaints relating to consumer protection laws that involve distance learning education offered under the terms and conditions of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), must first be filed with the institution to seek resolution.

Complainants not satisfied with the outcome of the Institution’s internal process may appeal, within two years of the incident about which the complaint is made, to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.

For purposes of this process, a complaint shall be defined as a formal assertion in writing that the terms of SARA or the laws, standards, or regulations incorporated by the SARA Policies and Standards have been violated by the institution operating under the terms of SARA.

For a list of SARA member States, please visit the NC-SARA website. Students residing in non-SARA states should consult their respective state of residence for further instruction for filing a complaint.

For more student information about Nashville State, refer to the policies and procedures in the current Student Policy Handbook.