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Distance Learning Center


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FSU Campus

Provide Opportunities
The mission of the Distance Learning Center is to provide opportunities to faculty, staff, students and external agencies in Southeastern North Carolina, to participate in interactive classes and teleconferencing via the North Carolina Information Highway and the North Carolina Research Education Network.


From I-95 North/South – Turn Right onto Grove St.
Proceed to Ramsey Street
Turn Right onto Ramsey Street
Proceed North to Langdon Street
Turn Left onto Langdon Street
Turn Left onto Campus on Martin Luther King Blvd.
Campus Police Located on the Right of Martin Luther King Blvd. ¼ Mile

Maps and Parking Permits are issued at the Campus Police location.

Distance Learning

Fundamentally, distance learning is education delivered over a distance to one or more individuals located in one or more venues. Distance learning includes "synchronous communication," which occurs when teacher and student are present at the same time during the instruction, even if they are in two different places. It also includes "asynchronous communication," which occurs when students and teachers don’t have person-to-person direct interaction at the same time or place, such as through web or home computer based study with student faculty communication via e-mail, including comments on homework assignments.

  • Videoconferencing - Two way interactive conferencing with participants at remote sites globally.
  • (2) Polycom HDX 9000
  • Classroom - Capacity 32
  • Conference Room – Capacity 10

Telecommunications Building

Distance Learning Center
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Telecommunications Building, Lower Level

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday, 7:00AM - 4:00PM
(Other Times as Prearranged)

Frederick Bittle
Video Manager/Program Coordinator

Phone: (910) 672-1888
Fax: (910) 672-1273

A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina