Registration Process- Student Self Enroll via Online Pay

If your site offers the ed2go Online Payment Service, students have the ability to enroll themselves through your hosted Fundamentals Courses (formerly known as ILC's) website (URL Once a student has added a course (or courses) to their Shopping Cart, they can enroll using our secure, online, three-step enrollment process.

Below is a guide to each step of the registration process. The registration process begins once a student clicks "Add to Cart" from any offered course.

Step 1: Review

  • Students can review all courses in their shopping cart AND
  • Choose their Session Start Dates using the drop down list
  • View course pricing
  • Remove items from their shopping cart
  • Continue shopping
  • Continue to Check Out

Step 2: Sign In

  • Returning ed2go students will Sign In with their existing username (email address) and password
    • Students who do not recall their password can click Forgot Password to reset.
  • New ed2go students will enter their email address, then click Create Account.  They will then be prompted to choose a password and enter additional personal account information, such as their name, address and phone number.


Step 3: Confirm/Submit

  • Students will enter their credit card information using our secure payment service.
  • Students have the added ability of entering a separate Billing Address
  • Course names and start dates will be available for review
  • Checkout


What Happens Next?

Once a student clicks Checkout, the following screen will include an Enrollment Confirmation as well as a link to Enter The Classroom to access Orientation. Students will also receive an emailed Enrollment Confirmation, which serves as their receipt of payment.

Until the first day of the session, their course(s) will be listed to the left under the Upcoming Courses section of their Classroom homepage. Students can access the Orientation for any Upcoming or Active courses. On the first day of the session, their course will be moved to the Active Courses section.



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