Moodle is the official Learning Management System (LMS) at Fresno Pacific University. All online and blended courses are offered through Moodle. Moodle also serves as a learning platform for traditional face-to-face courses, allowing faculty to share resources, post course announcements, collect and grade assignments, and more.

How do I access my course in Moodle?
All faculty and students have an assigned Moodle login and password. To access your Moodle courses, please reference the following resources:

Login to Moodle
Request your Moodle Password
Moodle 3.0 Faculty Guide (PDF) A quick reference guide to help faculty get around in Moodle 3.0.


Moodle FAQ
How can I get a Moodle shell for my course?
Moodle course shells for online and blended courses are requested and automatically generated at the time courses are scheduled through the dean’s office with the respective school. Faculty teaching an online or blended course should contact their program director to make sure a Moodle course shell has been requested for their course.

How do I develop my course in Moodle?
Faculty assigned to teach an online or blended course develop their course on the Moodle Development site. Once the course has been developed, reviewed, and approved by the program director, the course content is transferred to the Moodle Production site. If a course has been developed previously, the course content can be transferred to the appropriate course section on the production site.

Getting Help with Moodle
To request a Moodle course transfer for a new semester or for any other assistance with Moodle, please contact the Center for Online Learning.
You can also register for the COL training course, Introduction to Teaching With Moodle; a self-paced online course to learn the basics of Moodle on Moodle.