Resources for New Students

Moodle Course Enrollment

When you register for your regular academic courses, you will be automatically enrolled in your Moodle course site. Your list of enrolled courses will appear in the Navigation block in the upper right. If you are not able to view a course in which you are currently enrolled, ask your instructor if he or she has made the course visible to students yet.  If the instructor has published the course and you are still unable to see it, please contact the Technology Helpdesk.

For other courses however, you will need to self-enroll. These courses may include:

Card Office ID submission

Placement Exams

Note: if you qualify for extended time accommodations, please contact the office of Disability Services via or (323) 259-2969 for a link to the appropriate placement exam.

To self-enroll...

Click on the link above for the "course" you would like to enter.

Moodle will prompt you to log in. Use the same username and password as your OxyConnect username and password.

After you log in, you will next see a page that says "Enrollment options" that may also contain a list of professors.

image of self enrollment button

On this page, click the button "Enroll me"

You will then be enrolled in the course and able to view its contents. If you experience difficulty enrolling in the card office ID submission, a placement exam, or FYRE course, please contact the Technology Helpdesk.

Cultural Studies Program (CSP) Common Reading

The Common Reading selections for CSP classes for 2017-2018 are Weapons Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy by Cathy O'Neil for the fall semester and Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy by Sasskia Sassen for the spring semester. Both books are available to borrow at the Norton Clapp Library.  For more information about the book and currently availability, check the library catalog records below:

Weapons of Math Destruction

Expulsions (print)

Expulsions (ebook)

Last modified: Thursday, June 1, 2017, 10:13 AM