The ACAS Virtual Campus located on the World Wide Web at www.amcollege.net affords graduate, undergraduate and non-degree diploma students an asynchronous learning environment with access to their courses and classrooms from any place where an Internet connection can be found and at anytime of the day or night, 24/7/365. Student’s login with an assigned user name and password from their home, office or laptop computer and enter course classrooms, see rosters and profile pages with biographies and photos of other students and the instructor, read assignments and course notes, listen to audio files, watch video clips or view PowerPoint presentations, perform research in the scientific literature or on the World Wide Web, post discussion pieces on current weekly class topics, post responses to a fellow classmates, ask the instructor a question or provide an answer to one, download files, upload papers and reports and complete timed online examinations. Additionally, there are student resource areas including an online library with a Master’s level librarian, a chat room, teleconference capabilities, a student center, a writing center, a career center, and other resources for learning and success. Courses have definite start and end dates and are lead by instructors who are facilitators for learning. Your fellow students may live in your state, the U.S., North or South America, or anywhere else in the world. Online learning is the most convenient and perhaps the best method of completing coursework and earning your degree or diploma in higher education.