FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who is eligible to enroll?
There are no prior requirements for eligibility. Anyone of any age who is interested in pursuing Armenian Education may enroll. The courses are designed for college level (high school and university) students and adults. You may earn a diploma, college credit (see ACCREDITATION) or simply audit a course.
How can I enroll?
Using the REGISTRATION page, complete the application form with your personal information. You will shortly receive an email detailing further instructions.
How can I log into the AVC site if I have already registered?
Click on LOG IN at the top right corner of the page. Enter your user name and password.
What am I supposed to do in case I forgot my user name or password?
When you complete the initial student REGISTRATION, your user name and password will be saved in the AVC information basis. If you have forgotten your password, go to the LOG IN page and click on the “Yes, help me log in” option. Follow the instructions.
If I cannot see the Armenian characters in my lessons, what should I do?
How are courses taught through the AVC?
Through the use of both synchronous and asynchronous technology, the virtual college will allow students to learn new material on a weekly basis using multimedia (text, audio, and visual media) lessons, and also to confer with virtual teachers and classmates face-to-face during office hours and joint project preparation. In addition to weekly lessons, students will have access to automated study tools, games, assignments, course calendars, syllabi, quizzes, midterms, finals, project drop boxes, and grade books. Moreover, discussion forums, emails, live chat, audio and video communication options will provide students with the opportunity to better connect with their virtual teachers and classmates, while forging friendships with Armenians from across the globe.
Who teaches AVC courses?
The multimedia courses are authored by renowned topic experts from Armenia, reinforced by international pedagogic experts in online learning. The learners are supported by virtual teachers, who provide distance guidance, drive discussion forums, respond to student inquiries, and grade assignments, projects, midterms and finals.
What is the AVC 2013 Calendar?
Winter 2013 Enrollment - November 30 (Friday) - December 16 (Sunday)
Classification of Students
Regular Student: A regular student enrolls for the course(s) and receives two credits upon successful completion. She/he is required to actively participate in on-line discussion forums and chats, to take the weekly quizzes, to meet deadlines for assignments, to participate in individual and collaborative activities and projects, and take a final examination.
I can not open a Word document. What to do?
Most probably you are using an older version of MS Word that does not recognize a docx file (MS Word 2007). In order to read MS Office 2007 documents on your computer you must install “Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats” downloading it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=941b3470-3ae9-4aee-8f43-c6bb74cd1466&displaylang=en
Summer Term 2013
TUITION FEES AND PAYMENT
Below is the outline of tuition fees for AVC courses.
AVC CALENDAR 2013