First Steps: Download and Login

Print Your Email

If you have enrolled for a distance education course, you should already have received an email with the information required to begin your semester. In the event you no longer have access to the email or its contents, here is a general overview of what you need to know as you begin the semester.

Login to Your Online Learning Center

Login to the online learning center (OLC) for your course(s) by following the directions below:

Web Address:

Login: Click on the Login link in the top right corner of the homepage. At the login prompt, enter your...

Username: Your Student ID

Password: If you have enrolled in a course since fall 2012, you will have the option to use the same password. If you have not, you will receive your password by email. If you cannot locate the email or simply can't login, try clicking on "Forgotten your username or password?" then follow the instructions carefully. If you are unable to login and cannot reset your password, please contact the Online Campus offices immediately.

Password Change: The first time you login, you will be required to change your password to ensure privacy. Please choose a password that you can remember or write it down in a secure location; WSCLL personnel have no access to your password, but, if necessary, will be able to reset it upon request.

Complete and Submit the Course Affirmation Form

You must complete and submit the "Affirmation" form within the first week of your session. This is critical; it affirms your attendance at the beginning of the course. Failure to submit the form, in affect to attend class, may result in your being withdrawn from the course and could negatively impact your financial aid status.

The affirmation form is located in your course learning center. You must download, complete, and upload the document from within the learning center. If you have any questions or problems, please contact the Online  Campus offices immediately to ensure that your enrollment in the course is not jeopardized.

Download Your Course

Course media and resources for the great majority of online learning courses are available for Internet download through the Integr@te Learning and Resource Delivery system. Disks will no longer be sent automatically; it is expected you will use the Integr@te system to access your distance education course. If you believe you still require the DVD-ROM disk, please send an email request to Jon Raibley briefly citing the reason. Of course, any student enrolled in a distance course may purchase their course disk for just $20 which includes the cost of shipping.

To download your course, you will need to install our desktop application Integr@te which will enable you to download the course content from our site. Integr@te uses the Adobe Air platform and is compatible with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems. To do so, visit Integrate Control: For answers to many of your Integr@te questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Optional: Import Your Course Schedule

The ICAL file is a version of the course schedule that can be imported into many different calendar applications including Outlook, Google Calendar, ICalendar, and Integr@te. This file is found on the learning center under step #2.

Take the Next Steps

  • Download and review your course syllabus carefully.
  • Acquire the textbooks for your course or courses prior to the session start date (if possible). For your convenience, we have included links to in the book list which is available here. Note: Western Seminary participates in the affiliate program which returns from 4% - 6% of each purchase to the seminary without increasing the cost to you. You are, of course, free to purchase your texts at the place of your choice but we hope you will consider using these affiliate links to help underwrite the cost of your program. You must use the links included in your syllabus, or the Amazon search "widget" included on the online campus homepage for the seminary to receive credit for your purchase.
  • Select the correct schedule for your session ("A", "B", or "C"). You may also choose to download the iCal schedule for use in the Integr@te system.
  • Contact your course instructo by phone or email.
  • Complete all course assignments and submit the progress reports in a timely manner as required in the online learning center.
  • If you have questions about Integr@te, the Online Learning Center, or general distance education issues, please contact Jon Raibley: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Ph: 503-517-1899.