My CCAC Portal The MyCCAC portal provides access to college wide information

My ccac portal the myccac portal provides access to

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My CCAC Portal: The MyCCAC portal provides access to college-wide information through a centralized, mobile-friendly online system. Use your NetID and password to access: Blackboard coursework CCAC academic email (required for all CCAC email communications) CCAC Central e-Services (view official grades, request transcripts, access financial aid, make payments and much more) Course search and registration Information on academic and student services Academic deadlines, college events and other important college information Visit MyCCAC at . CCAC Academic Email: All email correspondence regarding your academic work in this class is to be conducted to Page 6 of 8 updated 10/12/2019
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and from your CCAC academic email account. CCAC academic email is easily accessible via the MyCCAC portal. Students are expected to check their CCAC academic email account regularly. CCAC academic email address consists of your assigned NetID username followed by @acd.ccac.edu. Your CCAC academic email account is the formal means of communication from the college to students.* * See page 36 of the “Community College of Allegheny County Student Handbook 2015-16” Drop/Add/Withdrawal: Notifying the instructor of your intention to drop or withdraw does NOT count as an official withdrawal from a course. Procedures for drop/add/withdrawal can be found at . Students receiving financial assistance through grants, loans, and veterans benefits should consult with the Financial Aid or Military and Veterans Service Center before dropping, adding, or withdrawing from class. Students’ aid may be impacted by a change to the total number of credits in which the student is enrolled, or by receiving a W grade in one or more classes. Consult the Academic Calendar on My CCAC portal for these important deadline dates. Note that courses that do not meet within the standard 16- and 14-week terms have unique drop/withdrawal deadlines. Failure to process these forms with the Registration office by the published deadline may result in F grades and have financial consequences. Assessment of Learning Outcomes CCAC has a college-wide assessment program, the primary purpose of which is the improvement of instruction and student learning. Course outcomes and the general education goals (Communication, Technological Competency, Information Literacy, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Quantitative and Scientific Reasoning, and Culture, Society and Citizenship) will be assessed. As a student, you should always understand the goals, objectives and learning outcomes of your courses and program of study to help you analyze your performance and make your learning most effective. It is always our goal to have students function at their fullest capacity. Students with Disabilities: The college recognizes its responsibility to provide academic and nonacademic services and programs equally to individuals with and without disabilities. To this end, the college provides reasonable accommodations for qualified students and employees with documented disabilities consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Page 7 of 8 updated 10/12/2019
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