Learn SAS® by watching videos online, downloading lectures, or working with a web-based interactive tool.
SAS e-Learning modules are interactive tutorials, which are hosted on the SAS® e-Learning website, that allow you to learn basic, intermediate, and advanced SAS® concepts. The following SAS® e-Learning modules are available to current VCU faculty, staff and students:
VCU Activation Code Registration Procedure for SAS® e-Learning Modules:
Current VCU faculty, staff and students can setup FREE access to the SAS® e-Learning modules by using the VCU Activation Codes. This registration process is done once:
First Time Users:
Step 1 - Register to obtain a VCU SAS e-Learning Activation Code. An email will be sent to you with the activation code.
Step 2 - Go to the SAS e-Learning website and login as "New Customer" and click on "Create a new SAS profile account."
Step 3 - Click on "Create" button under New User to create a profile. After clicking "Create Profile", SAS Profile Help will send you an email.
Step 4 - Open the email and click the web link to activate the account. You will then be prompted to create a password. DO NOT use your VCU eID password.
Step 5 - Return to the SAS e-Learning website and go to "Log in to your account now." Enter your email address and password created in the SAS profile.
Step 6 - Enter the "Activation Code" sent to you via email and click Submit.
Step 7 - Accept license agreement at the bottom and Submit.
Note: SAS® e-Learning modules are a replacement for SAS® OnlineTutor.
* Higher level classes require some prior experience using SAS® (such as that learned by taking the SAS® Overview course).
Note: The entire series is typically offered once a semester. Sign up early to reserve your seat. As classes do fill up, please be respectful -- show up if you reserved a seat; if you cannot make it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that someone else may attend.
2. VCU Semester courses that include teaching SAS
The department of Statistical Sciences and Operations Research provides a variety of consulting services through The Statistics and Analytics Consulting Lab (SACL).
This article was updated: 12/7/2016