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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

If the answers to your questions are not found here, contact the Online Learning Center:

Phone: 253-680-7233
E-mail: olc@batestech.edu

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Access

A reliable internet connection. Bates Technical College provides free wi-fi connections for students who are on campus. The library provides computers/laptops as well. Visit the Bates Library Website to learn more.

An updated version of your browser. Canvas works best in Chrome. Firefox and Safari are also alternatives. Do NOT use Internet Explorer. It is no longer supported by Canvas, and it will not work.

MS Word or an equivalent word processing program. All Bates students are eligible to receive a current version of Microsoft Word for FREE. Simply go to the Office for Students webpage and click on “Find out if you are eligible.” Enter your BATES email address and follow the instructions.

The Canvas app is available for both iOS at the Apple Store and Android at the Google Play Store. Simple install the red Canvas Student app, and select Bates Technical College.
Enter your Bates Student ID number for BOTH username and password. You can change the password after your first log-on.
You can call the Online Learning Center at 253.680.7233 or email us at olc@batestech.edu and we will reset it to your Bates Student ID number.

You should have access to your courses on the first day of class, although some instructors may open their courses early. If you have registered after the first day of class, you should have access to your courses by the end of the day.
The courses you are enrolled in for the current quarter will be on your Dashboard. If you need to find past or future classes you are enrolled in, go to Courses and click on All Courses. From there, you can ‘star’ courses to keep them on your Dashboard.

How do I…?

You can change your password by going to Account and clicking on Settings. From there, click on Edit Settings. You will have to click on the Change Password checkbox to create a new password. After you have confirmed your new password, be sure to click Update Settings, or your changes will not be saved.
You can update your Profile by going to Account and clicking the Profile link. Click on the Edit Profile Button, and from there, you can upload a picture, add a bio, and change your contact information. See this page for more info.
You can change the default settings on how you are notified about your course by going into Account and clicking on Notifications. You have four choices of how to receive notifications:

  • Notify me right away
  • Send daily summary
  • Send Weekly Summary
  • Do not send me anything

You also have a list of options to be notified about:

  • Due Date
  • Grading Policies
  • Course Content
  • Files
  • Announcement
  • Announcement Created by You

You can customize however you want, based on your provided email and cell number, as well as push notifications for all devices.

Help!

You can see the courses you enrolled in for next semester by clocking on the Courses link, and then selecting All Courses. At the bottom of the page, you will see your classes listed under Future Enrollments. If you have just registered for a course, it will be listed there by the end of the day.

Remember, courses are available in Canvas on the day class starts. If you are in Winter Quarter and have registered for Spring Quarter, you will have access to those courses when they start on the first day of Spring Quarter.

You can access your previously completed courses by going to Courses and clicking on All Courses. You will see your completed courses listed under Past Enrollments.
Contact your instructor. There could be a number of reasons for this to happen, and they are the first person you should call.
Contact your instructor if you have questions about the course including:

  • Accessing course content, such as modules and assignments
  • Grades and due dates
  • Questions about an assignment
  • Submitting an assignment

Contact the Online Learning Center if you have questions about Canvas access including:

  • Logging in
  • Resetting your password
  • Courses missing from your dashboard
  • Preferences, notifications, and settings
  • Difficulties with the Canvas app