|Your Blackboard Login is the same as your WebAdvisor Login
For Santa Ana College (SAC): http://www.sac.edu/StudentServices/AdmissionsRecords/Pages/password-change.aspx
For Santiago Canyon College (SCC): http://www.sccollege.edu/StudentServices/Admissions/Pages/password-change.aspx
Students who changed their password after 11/15/2015 will not need to update their password.
If you did not change your password between 11/16/2015 and 01/30/2016, your password has been reset to your date of birth in the Mmmddyyyy format with the first letter of the month capitalized (e.g. if your birthday is November 15, 2015, the default password would be Nov152015).
Also, if you recently registered for a Spring 2016 class then it may take up to 5-6 hours before your account is added to Blackboard.
Students may begin to see their courses in Blackboard typically at the start of the semester when instructors make their courses available to students.
Some instructors do not use Blackboard in their course. Please contact your instructor if you have questions. Instructor contacts can be found through WebAdvisor.
The default web browser, Microsoft Edge, that comes with Windows 10 is NOT certified for use with Blackboard. You may instead use Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 (for Windows 10 it is under your Program Files or do a search for Internet Explorer). Also, do not enable Compatibility Mode. However, we still recommend Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome especially for timed tests. You can download Mozilla Firefox here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/
District Mission: The mission of the Rancho Santiago Community College District is to provide quality educational programs and services that address the needs of our diverse students and communities.
By logging onto the Rancho Santiago Community College District Blackboard system with a username and password, I affirm that I am the student who enrolled in this course. Furthermore, I affirm that I understand and agree to follow the regulations/policies regarding academic integrity and the use of student data as described in the Student Code of Conduct that governs student rights and responsibilites. Failure to abide by the regulations/polices may result in disciplinary action up to expulsion from my college.