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ITV (Instructional Television) Roscoe Collegiate High School (VCT) Virtual College of Texas

Join the thousands of students who have discovered the convenience and flexibility of distance learning.



What is distance learning?
Any course taught where the instructor and the student are not in the same location is considered a distance learning course. Thousands of students have discovered the convenience and flexibility of taking courses via distance learning.

The benefits to a distance learning course are many. For most courses the student accesses the course materials and does the coursework at a time convenient for them. However distance learning is not right for everyone. There is no instructor standing there to help, and no one to remind you of due dates.

What courses can I take online?
Western Texas College offers a wide variety of courses online. Check the course schedule for a listing of academic and vocational courses and see the course catalog for more information.

If your interest is in a short continuing education course (non college credit) instead of a full-semester college credit course, check out the 300+ courses available through wtc2go. All ed2go courses are completely online.

What if I don't see the course I need?
Additional online courses are offered through the Virtual College of Texas, a consortium of community colleges throughout the state. You can search the VCT site for the course you need, then sign up for the course through Western Texas College.

WTC students must contact Billy Mebane at 325-574-7630 or bmebane@wtc.edu for VCT course reservations.

What are the costs?
Tuition and fees information is available in the catalog.

How do I access my course?
Online courses are accessed online through the WTC eCampus (Moodle). Each instructor places course materials, course calendar, course policies, and course activities on eCampus. Each student has access to coursework, including grades. Access can occur from any Internet-connected computer worldwide.

Where do I get books?
Books are available through the Campus Bookstore.

Distance Learning in High School
Many participating area high schools offer dual-credit courses from WTC through distance learning. Most dual-credit courses are taught via two-way interactive video (ITV). Internet-based and video-based courses are also available depending on the course and school.

High school students qualifying for college admission may also be able to enroll directly at WTC.  For more information on dual enrollment and early admissions, click here or email dualcredit@wtc.edu.

How do I log in to the support sites?
Login information:

  • eCampus - Log in with your MyWTC credentials.

Who could I talk to about whether a course is necessary for my degree or how it will transfer to another university?
You can contact the campus Counseling Center counseling@wtc.edu. In addition, WTC provides an Online Advisor who specializes in helping students taking courses through the Distance Learning programs. Contact Ms. Korie Allen at kallen@wtc.edu. The Online Advisor can be reached most days and also after hours, holidays, and weekends.

How do I file a grievance?
The Student Grievance Procedure is available online and students may use this Grievance Form.

Western Texas College is in compliance with State Authorization Regulation


Billy Mebane
Director of Distance Learning
6200 College Avenue
Snyder, TX 79549
Phone: 325-574-7630
Toll Free: 1-888-468-6982
Fax: 866-433-1097 
Email: bmebane@wtc.edu
Nellie Leatherwood
Distance Learning Clerk
6200 College Avenue
Snyder, TX 79549
Phone: 325-574-7632
Toll Free: 1-888-468-6982
Fax: 866-433-1097 
Email: nleatherwood@wtc.edu