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Log In to Online Campus

Always Run a System Check

Any time you log in to Online Campus, you should run a system check. The System Check will confirm your browser is compatible with Online Campus and that certain browser items are enabled. Keep in mind that your instructor may have additional requirements for their course content or course vendor content.

There are ways users can log in to Online Campus.

Logging In Through the Online Campus Website

  1. Go to the Online Campus website at http://elearn.columbiastate.edu.
  2. Run a system check. (You should do this for each device and each browser you use.)
  3. Go back to the log in screen.
  4. In the Username field, enter your Columbia State PVT username.
  5. In the Password field, enter your Columbia State PVT password
  6. Select Log In

Online Campus log in screen with System Check, Username field, Password field highlighted.

Logging In Through the ChargerNet Website

  1. Go to the Columbia State website at http://www.columbiastate.edu
  2. Click on the myCN Logo.

My Chargernet Logo

  1. In the Username field, enter your Columbia State PVT username.
  2. In the Password field, enter your Columbia State PVT password
  3. Select the Online Campus link

MyChargernet with user logged in and Online Campus highlighted

Or

MyChargernet with user logged in and the cellphone icon highlighted

  1. Run a System Check. (You should do this for each device and each browser you use.)

Online Campus My Home page with System Check highlighted

  1. Go back to Online Campus