We’re Accredited. Broadview University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
Broadview University is known for going above and beyond to help and support students. One way we do that is by providing you with technology and online support—seven days a week, whether you’re learning online or on-campus.
Our Service Desk is available to help you with any issues you might have as an online learner. Through CampusConnect, you can access course materials, hand in assignments and connect with your classmates and instructors. You’ll also have access to LibraryConnect, Broadview’s virtual library, where you can access help from librarians and our massive collection of reference materials, e-books, databases and journals.
While we highly recommend that you have your own computer, we do have computers available for you to use on campus. If you’re using your own computer, you’ll want to make certain you have Microsoft Office and access to the Internet. Online learners should have high-speed Internet access so they can view weekly lectures, videos and webcasts, as well as submit assignments and quizzes.
It’s important for you to be comfortable using the Internet for email and research. If you’re an online learner, taking the online learning orientation will guide you through what you need to know. Your instructors and our Service Desk staff will be there if you encounter any technology issues.
You’ll receive information about setting up your email account in your Broadview University acceptance packet. You’re encouraged to check your student email regularly for announcements and updates.