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<b>Tutorials for faculty</b> on how to use common accessBCC features can be found on the [http://blog.bristolcc.edu/ctl/ Lash Center for Teaching and Learning blog].
 
<b>Tutorials for faculty</b> on how to use common accessBCC features can be found on the [http://blog.bristolcc.edu/ctl/ Lash Center for Teaching and Learning blog].
 
 
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Our [[Technical_Help | Technical Help]] page contains answers to many common accessBCC questions including:
 

Revision as of 10:06, 22 August 2014

accessBCC Logo - Bristol Community College

accessBCC is BCC's online portal. To log-in to accessBCC go to the BCC homepage and click on the lower right-hand side of the page on the “My accessBCC” logo. If you have never used accessBCC before, you must create a new accessBCC account.


The Mozilla Firefox web browser is recommended for use with accessBCC. 

Our Technical Help page contains answers to many common accessBCC questions.


Students can use accessBCC to:

  • Register for classes
  • View and print their course schedules
  • Access DegreeWorks
  • View their grades
  • Review and/or request an official transcript
  • Sign up for BEEnotified
  • Find out about course cancellations
  • Access eLearning courses
  • Pay ebills online


Faculty can use accessBCC to:

  • Obtain their course rosters
  • View their teaching schedule
  • Access DegreeWorks
  • Input mid-term and final grades
  • Complete the teaching availabilty form
  • Submit roster verifications
  • Sign up for BEEnotified
  • Gain access to their eLearning course spaces

Tutorials for faculty on how to use common accessBCC features can be found on the Lash Center for Teaching and Learning blog.