You must be registered for a Coleman University course to access this site. To login, use your student ID number as your username and enter the same password you use to sign into Coleman computers on-site (the Coleman domain access).  You may not be able to access a course before the first day of the term. For technical assistance, contact us via email at Webclass Admin.

Coleman Shield Coleman University's Webclass allows you to learn at any time and anywhere that is convenient for you.   Course Week:
15 - 18 Dec 2014
Graduate 5/5
Undergraduate 10/10

New Term Ending Dates Lost Password? General Concerns

Starting in January 2015, all terms at Coleman University will begin on Monday and end on the final Sunday of the term. For undergraduates, this is the Sunday of Week Ten and for graduate students it is the Sunday of Week Five.

If you forget your Webclass username or password click the "Lost password" link below the Login button and check your CU email. Passwords won't be sent to an outside address. CU email passwords can be reset using If you have questions concerning assignments, course content, or other issues specific to your course, please contact your individual instructors for guidance.

Webclass now contains your official email address.  All electronic communications from the school now use that address -- including your password reset instructions -- you are responsible for checking that email account and for the information sent to you there. 

As a normal security feature of Coleman University's Active Directory (AD) system,  you are periodically asked to update your password when you sign into the Coleman domain -- if you haven't updated your password recently, your password may have expired and will no longer work in the AD-fed systems, including Webclass.  This is not a fault of Webclass but a security feature designed to protect your account.

Resetting your password in Webclass should also reset your Active Directory password.

Center for Academic Success is Now Online!
Turnitin LogoColeman University uses a plagiarism detection software known as Turnitin. Students agree that, by taking this course, all required papers may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to Turnitin for the detection of plagiarism. Once a paper is submitted for final grade, it will be included as a source document in Turnitin's reference database and will be used solely for the purpose of detecting plagiarism. Students recognize that self-plagiarism is a unique form of plagiarism that is punishable to the same extent as external plagiarism is. Punishments may include any or all of the following: receiving a zero on the assignment, failing a course, being suspended from school, being expelled from school.

Providing a fast, reliable and secure service is something that Turnitin takes seriously. Find the current Turnitin system status through this link.

NOTE:The Turnitin Support team has reported users encountering trouble during the Turnitin submission process where the screen became unresponsive or the uploading screen was displayed for more than 2 minutes.

This issue is likely caused by cookie management settings and can happen with any browser. Turnitin requirements are that Internet browsers must be set to allow all cookies from Therefore, to resolve this issue, anyone experiencing submission issues should update their browser preferences to allow third-party cookies, or at least enable all cookies from Once this setting has been changed, reopen the browser, log back in, and retry submitting the document.

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