Enrolling at Washington Online Learning Institute is quick and easy. Enrollment generally takes less than 10-minutes.
Please use our online enrollment form, or call us toll-free at 1-800-371-5581. Our admissions staff will review your enrollment application and schedule courses for the following daily start. Online courses at WOLI start everyday.
In order to enroll at WOLI, you must have an accredited High School diploma, GED, or your state's recognized high school equivalent. Please note that a college transcript is not acceptable proof of high school graduation. If you do not have a high school diploma, WOLI can help you earn a regionally accredited high school diploma through Excel High School at little or no cost.
Once you are enrolled at WOLI, we will send you a Letter of Acceptance via email with full instructions describing how to start your online courses. You can access your Enrollment Agreement in the Learn Stage portal. Please review the Enrollment Agreement carefully and contact us with any questions. The Enrollment Agreement governs your enrollment at WOLI and finalizes your enrollment with the institution. The enrollment agreement is signed digitally when you enroll online.
Once you are enrolled, WOLI will schedule you for the next daily start session and provide next steps to begin your online classes. One of our Student Advisors will contact you to assist you in choosing a method of payment. Students that will have their program funded by a Workforce Board Military Benefits, or other agency should contact the admissions department at 1-800-371-5581 to review that particular agency's requirements.
Privacy is very important to us. Please see our FERPA page for more information.
If you have any questions about how to proceed, please either call us toll-free at 1-800-371-5581 or send an email.
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Washington Online Learning Institute is Regionally accredited by the Middle States Association CESS, and licensed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education as an institution of higher learning