Join us for #MOLchat

Welcome to 2013!

At Minnesota Online, we’d like to make 2013 more about engaging in conversation with students, staff and faculty who are interested in online learning. There is so much to be learned from one another. That’s why our online advising team is hosting a weekly #MOLchat on Twitter.

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) serve over 100,000 students in thousands of online courses every year. Over 500 certificates, diplomas and degrees are available online.

Minnesota Online - Ask Me!

Our weekly #MOLchat gives you the opportunity to ask questions about any of these online learning opportunities. We are encouraging colleges and universities to participate in our weekly chat as well.

Wondering what a Twitter chat is and how you join? No worries. We found a great outline on how to participate.

We hope you’ll join us every Thursday at 12PM or 8PM!

Contributor: Nicole Seifert | Sr. Online Advisor

About MnSCU Online

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Online Support Center offers resources for planning and managing your online education. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System established the Online Support Center as the primary conduit to the system's full array of online education and training. Whether you are a student, an employer, or a faculty or staff member, you can take advantage of online certificates, associate, bachelors or masters degree programs available from the seventh largest education provider in the United States - Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. Learn more at
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