eLearning Home

Welcome to Mississippi Delta Community College's eLearning website

This site is designed to aid you in your online learning experience.


To access eLearning Online Classes, use Canvas.

The web address for Canvas is msdelta.instructure.com.  Please bookmark it, so you can quickly and easily log into your courses.

The eLearning computer lab is located in Horton 129B and is available for students who are enrolled
in eLearning courses.



Fall Regular Session classes begin August 22, 2016.
An MDCC student may not officially withdraw from an online regular session class until October 22, 2016.
The last day to officially withdraw from a regular session class affecting other schools is November 6, 2016.*
The last day to officially withdraw from an MDCC regular session class is November 16, 2016, and the student has not taken the final exam.

*Note: By waiting until this date, you may still be assessed fees for the course.

To view eLearning Policies and Procedures, click on the link below:
MDCC eLearning Policy Manual

Maryland Residents:
If you are a prospective student who will not reside in Mississippi while enrolled in Mississippi Delta Community College or online courses, please be aware that many states have prescribed an “authorization” process for out-of-state institutions delivering online programs to its state residents. Through such processes, states strive to ensure quality postsecondary education, to preserve the integrity of an academic degree and to instill greater consumer protection for its student citizens. Mississippi Delta Community College and the Mississippi Virtual Community College have taken steps to protect its students and has been granted authorizations, exemptions and waivers from many states. However, due to authorization and review processes associated with some states, we may be limited in our ability to accept some distance learning course enrollments. Mississippi Delta Community College is NOT seeking authorizations, exemptions, or waivers in Maryland; therefore, we are unable to offer distance education programs to students residing in this state.