About eCore

eCore – short for electronic core-curriculum – allows University System of Georgia (USG) students the opportunity to complete the first two years of their collegiate careers in an online environment. eCore courses are taught entirely online, except for the occasional proctored exam. eCore courses are designed, developed, taught, and supported by faculty and staff from the USG.

Accelerated, collaborative online classes

eCore is a convenient and adaptable option for either getting started in college or for resuming college after a break or pause. The core curriculum primarily consists of courses required during the first two years of college for a given degree. Not all core curriculum classes are available via eCore; you may need to take some core classes in a traditional classroom setting.

Visit the eCore website for more information.

eCore Benefits

Discover the advantages of enrolling in eCore. Find out about the tuition rate, convenience, and its flexibility!

Getting started

Considering enrolling in eCore? Find out how to get started.
Registration

Complete Steps 1 – 5 before registering for an eCore course

In order to register as a Dalton State eCore student, you must be fully accepted to Dalton State. You will be assigned an academic advisor upon acceptance to the college.

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Step 1

Determine with your academic advisor if an online class (eCore) format is appropriate for you.

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Step 2

Verify with your academic advisor that the eCore course/s you intend to take will apply towards your program of study and graduation status.

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Step 3

Obtain “permission to register” from your academic advisor.

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Step 4

Complete and submit the eCore Introduction Quiz at the following link: Click here for the quiz.

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Step 5

After completing the eCore Introduction Quiz, you will receive an email notification within 48 hours from [email protected] outlining additional information. (Elizabeth Chadwick, Dalton State College eCore liaison).

Please note: You will not immediately be able to register for an eCore course. You will not be able to register until after completing the eCore Introduction Quiz, receiving email notification from Holli Goodwin, and permission to register from your academic advisor.

Finding eCore courses

How to find eCore courses and eCore registration

Complete Steps 1 – 5 before registering for an eCore course

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Step 1

You may view the eCore schedule on the main eCore website.

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Step 2

You may view the corresponding classes and find the specific Course Reference Number (CRN) from the Dalton State “Class Schedule” via MyDaltonState.

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Step 3

Obtain “permission to register” from your academic advisor.

Please note: although you can view eCore classes from the eCore website, you will not be able to log into eCore until a few days prior to the beginning of the semester.

Exams and testing

Exams in eCore classes work differently than exams in traditional, on-campus classes. Know more about how they work and what to expect.

Earn your degree in a convenient and flexible way

Events

eCore Calendar

Jun 18

Last day to drop ecore/emajor classes with a grade of W

All Day

Jun 18

B session class finals

All Day

Jun 19

Juneteenth National Independence Holiday

All Day

Jun 20

First class C session

All Day

Jun 20

Mid-term grades due for full session classes

All Day

Jun 27

Last day to drop A session classes with a grade of W

All Day

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eCore Liaison Office of Academic Affairs