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MyITLab Lessons C and D grades posted

Grades for MyITLab Lessons C and D were posted to the CS101 gradebook on Wednesday, July 19. Students should have earned 119 points if all work was done on-time. If you cannot see your grade, it may be that you did not set your Student ID correctly. See the Setting Student IDs page for instructions on how to fix your Student ID.

Get started with MyITLab

MyITLab is now ready for the Summer 2017 semester. To get started, carefully follow our MyITLab Registration Instructions. If you need help, please visit Open Lab.

Looking for the required course materials?

Find out what you need to purchase for CS101 on the Course Materials and Technology Requirements page. The textbook and MyITLab versions are specific to WVU, so you must purchase from Pearson directly or through one of the Morgantown bookstores. You cannot buy CS101 materials from Amazon.

Fall 2017 major restrictions

Due to limited capacity, all Fall 2017 sections of CS101 have major restrictions. At the present time, we can only enroll students in majors that specifically require CS101 for graduation for Fall.

Our online and on-campus Summer 2017 sections are open to all students. Summer's a great time to get your GEC/GEF requirements out of the way by taking CS101.

Have a Mac? Use the Virtual Machine

Want to run Windows and Office on your Mac?  By using our Virtual Machine for Mac OS Users, you can use all of the software needed in CS101 on your Mac. Follow our instructions to set up and running!

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