Email or chat virtually with a librarian or academic support specialist.
What is the status of the LRC?
Click here for Wye Mills Campus LRC Hours.
LRC services are monitored during normal business hours or by appointment.
My library materials are due. What do I do?
Library materials may be returned to the Learning Resource Center or placed in the book drop at the LRC entrance (except for electronic equipment). For those wishing to return materials by mail the address is:
Learning Resource Center
PO Box 8
Wye Mills, MD 21679
What is the status of the Academic Support Center?
Tutoring from the ASC continues online and in-person. Click here for current hours. Click here to make an appointment.
What is the status of the Testing Center?
Click here for current Testing Center Hours.
During the week, there will be a mix of face-to-face testing, online testing, and appointment based testing. Please contact the Testing Center for specific information and details.
410-822-5400 x2344 email@example.com.
What is the status of the Teaching and Learning Center: Instructional Systems?
Learning Management System (LMS) faculty support continues to be available online by emailing ISC@chesapeake.edu.
What is the status of the Teaching and Learning Center: Academic Assessment?
Assessment support is available online. Anyone needing assistance with assessment, please contact Dr. Charles Lartey via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADMISSIONS & ADVISING
How can I meet or contact an advisor?
Advisors are available both in-person and remotely. Find Advising Hours here. If you’d like to make an advising appointment, please email email@example.com to request a meeting or call 410-822-5400 and ask for “Admissions.”
What are my options for Placement Testing?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a testing slip. Go to the Testing Center during the designated times and your testing slip will be waiting for you. No appointments necessary, just walk-in! Please bring a government issued ID.
Please allow two hours for testing. Please refer to Placement Testing Hours on Testing Center Hours page.
There are a limited number of virtual placement testing appointments available Please contact email@example.com to request a testing slip. Students are not guaranteed a virtual appointment.
What if I am having difficulty with my class due to the online learning format or other issues?
Please contact your instructor first to share your questions and concerns. S/he may be able to help. If this is your first online class, use the Canvas Orientation Course at chesapeake.instructure.com/courses/2615909.
Tutoring is available and students can make appointments to meet with a tutor remotely at libguides.chesapeake.edu/asc-2nd/about-us. If you are still concerned, feel free to contact an academic advisor to help you determine all options.
If you are considering dropping a course(s) and you are receiving Financial Aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE you drop the course.
Have questions about your Financial Aid status – email email@example.com
You can visit the Chesapeake College Bookstore in store or on the web at chesapeake.bncollege.com. Shop for textbooks, essential school supplies and spirit gear. The bookstore begins to sell books and fill orders for upcoming semesters 3-4 weeks prior to the start of the semester when financial aid opens.
Check out our frequently asked questions below, if you have other questions or concerns, we can be reached by phone: 410-827-6874 during business hours or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond within 24 hours during Monday - Thursday. We look forward to getting the semester off to a great start!
How do I get my books?
You can come in store or order from our website: chesapeake.bncollege.com. You will need access to your course schedule and student ID number for textbook purchases which can be found on Self Service under student planning.
When is the bookstore open?
Bookstore hours vary. Please visit us online at chesapeake.bncollege.com..
How long does it take to get an order?
- The bookstore begins to fill orders for upcoming semesters 3-4 weeks prior to the start of the semester. Orders will be filled in the order they were received.
- Once the order is processed, please allow 1 to 2 business days for shipping depending on your proximity to the college.
How do I return a rental book?
- Prior to the rental due date, students receive rental email reminders with a prepaid shipping label. You can also generate a free shipping label prior to the book's due date to return rentals. You can generate your free UPS shipping label by going to the Bookstore website, simply follow the directions to print your label.
- Please check our website for hours before returning a book to campus. Bookstore hours vary. Please visit us online at chesapeake.bncollege.com.
- If you have late rentals from a previous semester, please contact the bookstore for assistance.
How can I contact TRiO Student Support Services?
TRiO students can use Duo, Zoom, Skype and Facetime. You can find cell numbers and email addresses for staff members via our Canvas TRiO Community Course, or see below:
Executive Director, Christle Foster: 410 443-8230 email@example.com
Associate Director-STEM grant, Katrina S. Johnson: 410-443-3018 firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Coordinator: Tyler Henry: 410-443-5517 email@example.com
Academic Coordinator: Terry Perkins-Black: 410-827-3420 firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Coordinator: Kristin Shearon: 443-786-6575 email@example.com
Academic Coordinator: Deborah Wooden: 410-200-0419 firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens to my VA benefits now that classes are online?
If classes were previously offered as face to face prior to COVID but have now been converted to online, then there will be no impact to VA benefits or MHA. This will remain in effect through June 1, 2022.
What happens to my VA benefits if I withdraw?
It is in your best interest to remain enrolled and continue participating in all coursework that has already begun. Withdrawing will not exempt you from any financial penalties or regulations set forth by the VA.
Am I required to participate in my class if it’s now online?
You are required to continue to participate in your enrolled coursework in the format in which it's being offered. For online students, participation means regular contact and engagement with the course material and other participants, as outlined by your instructor.
Please consult with your instructor to determine what constitutes participation for the course.
I am a Veteran. How do I access the Office of Job Development & Career Services for academic advising?
The Office of Job Development is available for advising via email at email@example.com. Please allow 24-48 hours to process requests for phone meetings. A confirmation will be sent to the e-mail address provided.
CAREER SERVICES & JOB DEVELOPMENT
Where can I find information about jobs and internships?
Students, Alumni and Community job seekers can register for the College Central Network (CCN) JOBS board at: www.collegecentral.com/chesapeake. Registered users can search open positions in our five-county area and beyond.
A Job Listing of open positions available on the College Central Network system is available thru a weekly update and can emailed to anyone with an email request. To receive the weekly update, send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am interested in receiving career or employment advice. Can we meet in person?
The Office of Job Development can meet with students for employment counseling in-person on the Wye Mills Campus or via phone. Email an appointment request to email@example.com. Please include a phone number as an alternative contact.
I am a Veteran. How do I access your office for academic advising?
The Office of Job Development is available to Veterans seeking academic & career advising. Mr. DeLuca is the designated Academic Advisor for military veterans. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide a phone number as an alternative contact. Individual meetings can be in person or via phone.
Email email@example.com for additional information. Note: Please allow 2 –3 business days to acknowledge request.
Will I still be able to access additional accommodations?
The Office of Accessibility and Student Compliance is available to students requesting testing accommodations. The Office of Accessibility and Student Compliance will continue to provide services to students with disabilities. Students who have already qualified for accommodations will continue to have accommodations, but must update the Accommodations Letter by contacting the Accessibility Coordinator. Students requesting new accommodations may schedule a phone or Zoom interview by emailing the Accessibility Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I request accommodations?
Students requesting testing accommodations must email documentation of a disability to the Accessibility Coordinator, and request a phone or Zoom interview. Documentation is required in order for students to receive accommodations. Our Disability Brochure provides important information about disability services.
Hours for phone interviews are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10am – 2pm. Wednesdays 12pm – 5pm. Summer hours may vary.
What is the process for requesting accommodations?
NEW PROCESS FOR STUDENTS REQUESTING ACCOMMODATIONS
- Request a phone interview with the Accessibility Coordinator by emailing email@example.com
- At least three (3) days before your appointment, submit your disability documentation by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eligibility for accommodations and services will be established once documentation of a disability has been received and an intake meeting is completed.
- Students who need to change or adjust accommodations should contact the Accessibility Coordinator at email@example.com
How do I find additional information about Accessibility Services?
For more information regarding Accessibility Services and other resources visit the Chesapeake College website: www.chesapeake.edu/accessibility.
Are invoices mailed out?
Invoices are generated at the time of online registration and can be retrieved from MyCampus: select Self Service, select Students, and then View Account and Make Payments. Select Student Finance Admin > Account Activity, choose the term in question, and select View Statement. You can print your statement or save it as a PDF.
How can I pay for my classes?
To pay online please log on to MyCampus, select Self Service, select Student Finance > Make a Payment.
To set up an ACI payment plan (requires a down payment and a $25 plan fee) please go to payplan.officialpayments.com/PlanEnrollment/SelectPlan.aspx
You will need your total amount due and your student ID#. See "Simple Steps to Set Up and Enroll in Payment Plan" here.
Non-Credit/Workforce Training classes have limited access to pay online, unless through the ACI payment plan (payplan.officialpayments.com/PlanEnrollment/SelectPlan.aspx) option OR at time of Registration. Please go to: https://www.chesapeake.edu/continuing-education/payment for more information.
To accept your financial aid award, please log on to MyCampus and accept your award via Self Service > Financial Aid.
If you want to pay with a credit card over the phone, please call 410-822-5400 x2244 or option 6. If you need to leave a message, make sure to provide your phone number. Do NOT leave your Credit Card information in the message! One of our Cashiers will call you back as soon as possible.
Sponsorship forms may be faxed to Attention Business Office at 410-827-5852. Sponsorship forms can be found at https://www.chesapeake.edu/sites/default/files/sponsform.pdf.
Please note: Mailing checks to the Business Office may result in a delay of payment application. One of the previously mentioned options would be your quickest payment resolution.
How can I contact the Business Office?
Contacting the Business Office is best handled thru email using BusinessOfficefirstname.lastname@example.org.