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Welcome to Beulah Heights University’s Department of Digital Learning, where educational accessibility, interactivity, and enhanced engagement are our primary pillars. We firmly believe that a quality instructive experience is improved in the vast space of digital learning. Thus, our effort is to offer students a chance to matriculate meaningfully through our degree programs with a combination of learning methodologies and technology.

Should you encounter any issues, you have a couple of recourses for action. First, you can contact the Brightspace helpdesk, which gives you 24/7 access to someone who will troubleshoot any issues. Second, you can contact the Department of Digital Learning at 404-627-2681 ext. 143 or via email,

Digital learning makes learning fun, and it is an innovative way to enter into the learning space. It is also essential we follow specific rules of virtual engagement. Please carefully review the classroom participation policy filed under the course overview in the Brightspace classroom.

For Fall 2020, students will gain access to the Brightspace learning environment on August 3 and classes in which they are enrolled on August 14. Brightspace classroom access will remain active 30 days after the conclusion of each semester.

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Department of Digital Learning here at BHU. We are excited to help you navigate the Brightspace digital learning platform as you pursue your academic goals.

Dr. Alicia Plant
Director of Digital Learning and Innovation


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

There are many questions about fall 2020. Below, the Department of Digital/Online Learning has provided a list of frequently asked questions to help you better prepare for this upcoming fall semester.

Q: Will BHU classes be online or on campus in the fall?

A: All BHU classes will be offered online.

Q: What is digital/online learning?

A: Digital learning is learning that involves the effective use of technology. Some of the strategies include blended/virtual learning, mobile learning, e-textbooks, learning management systems, virtual classrooms, open educational resources, virtual reality, etc.

Q. How will I access my online classes?

A. BHU is moving to new a new learning management system called Brightspace. Students will gain access to the Brightspace learning environment on August 3, 2020, and will have access to all enrolled classes by August 14, 2020.

Q. Will my classes be on Zoom in the fall?

A. This fall, BHU will use the Brightspace virtual classroom powered by Bongo. Unless otherwise notified, BHU faculty will conduct all virtual classroom sessions through Bongo.

Q. What if I cannot log in to a virtual classroom session at a specified time?

A. Students must log in at the specified time listed on the 2020/2021 course schedule for all virtual learning sessions. However, faculty will make accommodations for students who may not be able to login at the scheduled time for valid obligations.

Q. How will attendance be taken in Brightspace?

A. In the Brightspace learning environment, attendance will be based on actual classroom engagement. Engagement means that students will participate in one or more classroom activities-- attend a virtual class session, participate in discussion boards, or complete assessments such as written assignments, quizzes, and exams.


Admissions Office Contact Information

Located in the U Building

Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday

Appointment Hours

Monday – Wednesday

Admissions Team

Jasmine Douglas
Director of Admissions
Primary DSO
404-627-2681 Ext. 128

Nara Yun
Director of Enrollment:
Korean Studies/DSO
404-627-2681 Ext. 148

Josiane Carolino
Director of Marietta Campus
404-348-6711 (mobile)

Gina Garlington
Office and Recruitment Supervisor
404-275-4837 (mobile)


Beulah Heights University
P.O. Box 18145
892 Berne St, S.E.
Atlanta, GA 30316
Tel: 404-627-2681


Tel: 404-627-2681 Ext. 128 or 117 | FAX:  404-627-0702  

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