Frequently Asked Questions

Are you interested in furthering your education, but have to work around a busy schedule? Then enrolling in online university may be the choice for you! At Science library, we can help you find the perfect school for your collegiate interests! We know you may still have some questions before enrolling, which is why we’ve included this informative Frequently Asked Questions section!

How can I enroll in online courses?

Enrolling in online courses has never been easier with our help! Just fill out the simple form with some information about yourself and the type of degree you’re interested in to get the process started!

Are you an online university?

No, however, we do work with many of the nation’s top online universities. The Science library network contains quality online universities from across the nation and we’re confident you’ll find the right school with our help.

Do I need high speed internet to enroll?

It varies between programs, but having a high speed internet connection would probably be to your advantage. Try out our free service to take a look at some schools and determine if you’re able to enroll!

How many courses can I take each semester?

Generally, the amount of courses or credits you’re capable of taking is completely up to you. Some programs may have enrollment limits though, especially for students in their first year.

Will I have to attend a physical classroom?

In most cases, you can attend your classes entirely from your computer. However, certain schools may also offer hybrid classes, which take place both online and in a physical classroom.

Are there minimum requirements for computer speed?

Although the rigors of an online education program are typically not difficult on computers, some classes may have certain requirements. Check with your university or the specific classes before enrolling to make sure you meet any requirements.

Are online courses easier than those in a physical classroom?

Over the past few years, we’ve heard a lot of myths about online education and one of the most common is that online universities are easy to graduate from. The fact of the matter is all of the education programs in our network strive to challenge their students as much, if not more, than a physical classroom would.

Is attending school and enrolling online safe?

With the dangers of identity theft always around the corner, it’s imperative that attending school online be as safe as possible in order for it to be successful. Thankfully, all of the online schools in the Science library network take student safety very seriously and have employed the latest in online security technology.