The deadline to apply for graduation is February 1, 2021.
Please refer to our Graduation page for more information.
|2.8 GHz Intel Pentium IV processor or greater||Intel processor|
|2 GB of RAM, 4 GB or greater recommended||2 GB of RAM, 4 GB or greater recommended|
|High-speed Internet connection (8Mbps DSL / Cable or greater recommended)||High-speed Internet connection (8Mbps DSL / Cable or greater recommended)|
|USB Headset with a built-in microphone*||USB Headset with a built-in microphone*|
|Windows 10 Home / Pro*** (Limited support for Windows 8.1)||Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)+|
|Web browser - Latest versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox||Web browser - Latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari|
|Windows Media Player
Microsoft Silverlight 2.0+
RealPlayer 16 (Limited use)
|Flip4Mac or VLC Player
Microsoft Silverlight 2.0+
RealPlayer 10 through SP (Limited use)
|Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word (2007 or newer)||Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word (2008 or newer)|
|Zoom Cloud Meetings*||Zoom Cloud Meetings*|
*Required for Classroom LIVE.
**Required for most Classroom LIVE courses.
***Windows 10 S is not supported at this time.
Please use the following links to test that your system configuration is compatible with each video format.
|Zoom||Connect to Test Meeting|
Below are instructions to help you configure and use the different technical resources that Distance Education offers.
Classroom LIVE currently utilizes a web-conferencing program called Zoom as part of the overall platform. The following instructions will aid you in the initial configuration of Zoom as well as more specialized instructions for advanced uses.
This video provides information on accessing and initial configuration of Zoom web conferencing as part of Classroom LIVE.
This video provides information on how you'll interact with your fellow classmates using the Zoom web conferencing tool as part of Classroom LIVE experience.
This video provides information on making presentations using the Zoom web conferencing tool as part of Classroom LIVE experience.
This video provides information about using Zoom Breakout Rooms for in class group assignments.
Classroom Online currently utilizes two programs for streaming videos to our students, Panopto and Ensemble.
Course Site is the course management system used at Lehigh and is where all courses offered through the Office of Distance Education are hosted. Course Site is used for posting documents and links to video, discussion boards, and collaborative areas. To access Course Site please go to coursesite.lehigh.edu.
Click here to view a complete list of Distance Education technical support contacts.