Moodle Student Guide

Get Started

To access the Moodle course website, where your class is located, please go to and log in with your MyNPC username and password. Contact the Support Center if you are not able to log in or find that you have duplicate Moodle accounts.

Upon logging in, you should see the courses you have registered for under “My courses” if they are made available by the instructor.

Online Student Readiness Requirements

NPC has implemented a program to improve student learning in Internet-based classes. Students enrolled in NPC Internet classes (POS 221 & 222 are exempt) for the first time are required to demonstrate or develop basic skills necessary for online learning.
For more information about the requirements visit

System Requirements

Before logging into Moodle, you need to confirm that your computer systems meet the following minimum requirements:

1. Operating system: Windows XP or higher for PCs; OS X 10.5 or higher for Macs

2. Computer configuration:
3. Internet connection: a broadband connection (256 kbps or faster)

4. Browser Requirements
  • Mozilla Firefox is the preferred browser to use Moodle. Other browsers such as Internet Explorer or Safari may be used, but may not support all functionalities in Moodle, such as online quizzes and the HTML editor.
  • All browsers should be updated, and have JavaScript, cookies, and pop-ups enabled (do not block pop-ups).
5. Software Recommendations (Click the links below to download these applications if they are not already installed on your computer)

Student Orientation to Moodle:

A Student Orientation to Moodle v. 3.6 course is now available on the NPC Moodle site ( The course is designed to expose you to various features in a Moodle course site that you will encounter during your use of this learning management system. You can enroll yourself in this free, self-paced, non-credit course by going to the Student Guide block on the right of the NPC Moodle homepage and clicking on Orientation to Moodle. No enrollment key is required.

Note: Access to course tools and contents may vary depending on how your instructor sets them up. Should you have any questions, please contact your instructor.

Source: Moodle official site