1. How do I access ECSU Online?

  • You'll need to apply and be approved by our team before you can access the course. Apply here.

2. Once I’m approved for ECSU Online, how do I log in?

  • Go to the Course Overview page and sign in on the right side of the page with the same email address you used on your application.
  • Logging in will refresh the page. Scroll down to see if the first session becomes available. It should become clearly highlighted in green.
    • If the first course doesn't become available, try refreshing the page.

3. What should I do if logging in doesn't work?

  • The ECSU Online login relies on your acceptance of cookies to function. Please make sure you've accepted cookies by either:
  • Try logging in with a different internet browser.
    • If you are still having challenges, some of our students have had success using Google Chrome or Safari for Mac users.
  • Make sure your company’s cloud server, firewalls or security settings are not blocking the domain.

4. How do I access all of the sessions once I log in?

  • All 7 sessions are successive. Each session will become available after you've passed the preceding one.
  • Once you're approved, you'll have access to Session 1: Corrosion Science. Watch the video and pass the quiz with at least an 80% to access the next session.

5. I'm still having issues with the course. What should I do?

  • Contact us using the form on this page. Our team will reach out as soon as possible to help you.
  • Call us at (314) 432-1377. 

Need Help?

Not finding the information you need, or still having issues? Please fill out the form below using the same email you used to apply for ECSU Online.

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Thank you for the very informative sessions. Your instructor is extremely knowledgeable and was able to convey the information in an easy to understand manner. Much appreciated!

Daniel Torres

Engineer, Cox Communications

The instructor was very knowledgeable. Delivery was good and effective in facilitating learning. Good use of technology to adapt to the current situation.

Gerrard Simpkins

Engineer, Cox Communications