Helpful Information
for Adults

Online and in the Classroom
Online Courses

What is an online course or program?

Online courses are courses offered using technology. They enable students to take courses—and sometimes complete programs---online, as alternatives to coming on campus. Online courses are especially helpful for working adults who travel, who are juggling multiple priorities of home and work, and desire the convenience of taking courses from their homes or worksites. All of our courses in our Degree Completion programs are offered fully online.

Thinking about Online?

Have you ever wondered what an online course is? ‘What it looks like? ‘If you can manage the workload? Below are some tools to help you decide:

Step 1: Here is a podcast to see Strategies for Succeeding in an Online College Course.

Step 2: See what an online course looks like, with its’ tools for success.

Step 3: See if an online learning is right for you.

Email Access and Online Accounts for all Students

To set up your Neumann email and NU Learn (online learning platform) accounts: Call or email the Help Desk at 610-558-5620 or or visit them on campus in Bachmann Main Building, Computer Labs, ground floor.

Email Access

Go to
At the top of the screen, click on Webmail and select Students.
- Microsoft Outlook Live will open and ask you to sign in.

NU Learn Online Courses and Supplemental Instruction

Go to

  • Click on Login at the top of the screen and select BlackBoard
  • Read through the Welcome to Online Learning Message
  • Click on the NU Learn Log In
  • Enter your user name and password

Useful Contact Information at Neumann University

Below is a list of useful links and contact information to help you stay connected with our many resources and service offices:

Campus Safety/Security 610-558-5555 or 610-361-5210

To obtain your parking pass and student ID card
Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 32, ground floor

Financial Aid Office 610-558-5521

All issues related to financial assistance
Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 151, 1st floor

Library 610-558-5545

Once you have obtained your ID card from Campus Safety, you can and should visit the library to activate your library access card. The library is located in the Bachmann Main Building, 1st floor.

University Store 610-558-5618

To purchase textbooks and course materials
Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 51, ground floor

To find your textbooks for class:

Go to the University Bookstore Webpage

  1. On top right – click on textbooks – select Course Materials
  2. Select fall 2010 term, and Select Department "LS" for undergraduate or STLDR for graduate level
  3. Click continue and find your course.

Other Important Office Phone Numbers and Web Links:

Admissions 610-361-5208

Career & Personal Development 610-558-5537

Mission & Ministry 610-558-5511

Counseling Center for Wellness 610-358-4541

Business Office Information

Office Phone: 610-358-4220

Office Fax: 610-558-5631

Office Hours: Monday through Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 104, 1st floor

Website: Business Office

Methods of Payment: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Exp.

  • Can be made in person or
  • Drop Box outside Room 104
  • Ecommerce through web-advisor

Web-Advisor: Access to student account information or make a payment on-line

Click on “Site Map
“BUSINESS OFFICE” (on left hand side)

Registrar’s Office Information

Office Phone: 610-558-5524

Office Fax: 610-361-5234

Office Hours: Monday through Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Website: Office of the Registrar