To access courses in iLearn, navigate to https://ilearn.sfsu.edu and click on the Click to log in button. You will be taken to the campus login page where you can log in using your SF State credentials like you do for campus email and other services. Classes are listed in the My Courses block on the left side of the page.
By default, iLearn shows you classes in the current semester. If you need to find classes in a past or future semester, click on Show all my courses.
In order for classes to show up in iLearn, a few conditions must be met.
Students must officially enroll in a course in the Student Center in order to access the course in iLearn. It may take up to 8 hours from the time a student adds a course in the Student Center for the course to appear on your My Courses list in iLearn.
For instructions on how to enroll in a course in the Student Center, refer to the Registrar's Office support guide.
In addition, iLearn courses are not available to students until the instructor of the course makes the course available. Most instructors make their course available during the first week of the semester. If your iLearn course states that it is unavailable to students, contact your instructor directly to see if iLearn will be used for your course and when it will become available. Courses listed in gray are unavailable to students until the instructor makes them available.
Teachers must be listed as the official instructor of record by their department in the course catalog. After your department has completed this task, it may take up to 24 hours for the course to appear on your My Courses list in iLearn.
Academic Technology’s policy is to provide teacher and student access to past iLearn courses for two years from a course’s completion date. Teacher and student access to past courses that have exceeded the two year mark are then retired each October, but instructors may request a backup of course content for one additional year.
For additional assistance, contact Academic Technology: (415) 405-5555, email@example.com, LIB 80
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