Blackboard DCCCD: 5 Tips For Registering For Classes
Blackboard DCCCD: eCampus is an easy way to register and check class schedules quickly and easily through a user-friendly interface on any device. First, you’ll need to create an account on Blackboard DCCCD and link it to your current @dcccd email address using this link. Then, you can log in with your new username and password to the online portal, located at dcccd.blackboardecampus .
From there, you’ll be able to see all of your upcoming classes that are listed for the upcoming semester as well as which courses require registration with specific deadlines.
1) Use your Student ID number
Blackboard DCCCD is now a part of the eCampus system which will make registering for classes quicker and easier. This year, students who are attending any class at any of the campuses in the Dallas County Community College District will be able to register for classes through the new eCampus system. This means you can log in and registers from anywhere. Here are some tips to help you navigate the process:
1) First log into your Blackboard account
2) Click on eCampus in the left-hand column
3) Click Register under Academics
4) Select your desired term, campus location, and start date
5) Choose what types of classes you want to take – this can also be done later in the process
2) Do you need an Education Number?
If you are registering for classes, you will need to complete course registration. To do this, log in to the eCampus system with your username and password. Then click on the Register button in the upper right corner of the screen. If you are not an education number holder, you will see a message at the bottom of that page stating: You do not have a course registration.
Please contact your advisor. You will then be taken back to your dashboard where you can access courses and enroll as usual. However, if you are an education number holder and have been given permission by your advisor to register yourself for courses, then click Register Yourself at the bottom left corner of that page to proceed with course registration.
3) How to register for classes
Registering for classes can seem like a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure where to start. That’s why we’ve created this guide to help you get the process started! Here are five tips to help make registering for classes as smooth and easy as possible:
-Before you register, take a look at your calendar and plan ahead. Having a grasp of your schedule will help you decide what classes you need most and when they’re offered so that you don’t have conflicts.
-It’s never too late to register! Take advantage of the add/drop period, which lasts through the end of the 4th week of class.
4) How do I add/drop classes?
To add a class, go to the Add menu on the left side of your BlackBox. You will be prompted to enter some information about the class such as course name, instructor, and section number. If you are on a waitlist for the class, click Continue and fill out all necessary information. You will then be able to enroll in that class. To drop a class, go to your My Classes page and click Drop next to the course you wish to drop. A confirmation window will pop up for you to review before confirming the drop request.
When you enroll in a class, your schedule will update to reflect your new class times. The Add/Drop page is also where you would go if you need to swap classes with another student. You will be prompted to enter information about who you are swapping with and why. You will then be given the option to confirm or cancel your swap request. If a swap is made, a confirmation email will be sent out from Blackboard DCCCD Student Affairs detailing all changes to students’ schedules for that term.
5) What are waitlists?
Waitlists are a useful tool for managing large enrollment classes and ensuring that students have access to the courses they need. Waitlists are similar to online waiting rooms; however, they are only used when large numbers of students attempt to enroll in a course. If you are placed on a waitlist, you will not be able to register for the course until there is an opening in the class. The registration process is usually the same with some exceptions:
1) When you choose the course, it will say that you are waiting for the course instead of enrolled.
2) You cannot change your selection or add another course while on a waitlist.
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