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Northeast State participates in TN eCampus, a cooperative online education initiative among Tennessee Board of Regents universities, community colleges, and colleges of applied technology. Established in 2001 under the name of the Regents Online Degree Program (RODP), the mission of the initiative was to provide Tennessee with access to high-quality, affordable, student-centered learning in an interactive asynchronous format (students do not meet with instructors). In 2015, the program’s name was changed to TN eCampus to more accurately reflect the depth and breadth of online education options offered by TBR institutions.

The online education offered through TN eCampus mirrors the education offered at physical campus locations. Credits earned are transferable among participating institutions. Faculty members delivering TN eCampus courses are hired by the participating institutions; the courses are approved through a curriculum committee structure, the degrees and certificates are granted by the participating institutions; and, the students are enrolled at one of the TBR institutions. 

All participating universities and community colleges are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC); while several programs have both SACSCOC and program-specific accreditation status. The Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology are accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE).

TN eCampus courses are offered fully online with the exception of a few courses which require students to take proctored exams. A wide array of virtual support services (bookstore, library, tutoring) are offered to enhance the online learner’s experience. Technical support for accessing course modules and assignments is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

Upon registering for an eCampus course, visit TN eCampus for course descriptions and the Academic Calendar. For additional information, contact the Advising Resource Center at 423.323.0214 or

Log in to eCampus D2L

TN Campus Academic Calendar

Course Equivalencies

The Successful Online Learner

Before registering for an eCampus course, please read this "What To Do Next" student services information:

TN eCampus courses are another option for students to take a class at Northeast State. They are taught by instructors from Tennessee Board of Regents colleges and universities all across the state of Tennessee. Students never have to physically attend a class, but they do have to be prepared to take an electronically proctored or in-person mid-term and/or final exam. Students do not have to be logged in to their TN eCampus class at any certain time or day of the week. Courses are available for students to work in 24/7. However, TN eCampus courses have assignment/test due dates just like in any other class. The only contact that students have with their TN eCampus course instructors is through the TN eCampus class email.

Registration for these courses occurs by using the Northeast State MyNortheast system just like any other Northeast State class. TN eCampus courses are designated in the “look up classes“ by sections beginning with “R.” Please note: Be careful when choosing your TN eCampus class section. Section R50 is a full-semester class: Section R01 is an accelerated 7-week class beginning the first week of the semester and ending mid-semester; Section R25 is an accelerated 7-week class beginning mid-semester and ending at the end of the semester; Section R35 is a 10-week class beginning the fifth week after the start of the semester and ending at the end of the semester.

The last day to register for TN eCampus classes is the day before classes begin.

ATTENTION: Students taking an online class section beginning with “R” (TN eCampus), or those considering taking a TN eCampus class, PLEASE READ ON!


Go to the online bookstore and order textbooks as soon as possible in order to have textbooks before classes begin. NOTE: THE NORTHEAST STATE BOOKSTORE DOES NOT HAVE TN eCampus TEXTBOOKS AVAILABLE IN STOCK FOR PURCHASE.

Log In

  • To log in to your TN eCampus course, go to (NOT Northeast State D2L) , click “Go to Class” - “TNeCampus” and read the instructions for user name and password.
  • Students will NOT be able to access their course until the first day of class (usually beginning at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time) as given in the TN eCampus semester calendar.
  • Note: The Northeast State D2L ID and password will not work for TN eCampus log-in. It is very important that students log in (go to class) for their TN eCampus class the FIRST DAY of class! PLEASE NOTE: In order to have attendance verified, it is imperative that the student complete the Student Participation Survey (located on every course homepage) immediately upon logging in to EACH TN eCampus class.

Tuition and fees should be paid by the due date in order to avoid being purged/dropped from class(es). A BILL WILL NOT BE SENT THROUGH THE MAIL. Payments can be made through the Business Office. Please note: TN eCampus online course fees are non-refundable after classes begin. TN Promise and TN Reconnect programs do not cover the ONLINE FEE portion for TN eCampus courses.

Tuition and fees for TN eCampus courses are somewhat higher than tuition and fees for Northeast State courses. Check current semester campus literature for the current tuition and fees rates.

Some TN eCampus courses require proctoring for mid-term and/or final exams. Tests and exam dates are set for each course at the beginning of the semester and are included in the course calendar. Students are responsible for scheduling proctoring arrangements well in advance of the exam, as proctoring appointment times fill quickly. Options for testing include: Virtual Proctoring and Proctoring at an alternative testing site.

If technical support is needed (login problems, etc.), call 888.223.0023, or email Please feel free to contact the Advising Resource Center if further assistance is needed at: or call 423.323.0214.

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Northeast State Community College, a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. For questions or concerns, please contact the Affirmative Action Officer.