Porterville College

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Online Courses

Important Note: MOST CLASSES will be delivered ONLINE this Spring 2021 Semester.

Classes listed as "Hybrid" will have some specific meeting times either on-campus or virtually through Zoom.


When you take an online class from Porterville College you receive the same quality of education that you get in our on-campus classes. Our online classes offer plenty of opportunity to interact with the instructor and classmates, while giving you the flexibility to fit your study time into your busy schedule.

Explore the information on this site to find out more about our high-quality, high-touch, online learning program.

How To Login to Your Course:

  1. Go to InsidePC
  2. Sign in with your college email address and password
  3. Click on "My Courses"
  4. Click on the course you want to go to

What are the computer requirements for online classes?

Browsers: We recommend that you use the latest version of either Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. If your course requires you to take tests using Proctorio, then you will need to use Google Chrome as your browser.

Computer Requirements: Test Your Computer Readiness
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Some classes may have additional computer requirements that are not checked for in this test.

Can I use my phone for my online class?

Yes, you can use your phone for some things. However, when taking tests or doing other highly critical tasks, you should use a computer.

Help - I Don't Have a Computer or Internet

We've got you covered! Visit the PC Library Website and fill out the Technology Request Form, and the Lending Library Agreement form, and watch for an email that will be sent to your college email address.

Tech Support

  • For help with Canvas, once you are logged in to Canvas click the help button in the main navigation. You will see several options to get help. Choose the one most appropriate for your issue.
  • For help with InsidePC login, email, or BanWeb call (877) 382-3508, or go to the KCCD Support Center