This my.maricopa.edu online system is used for such tasks as registering for classes, viewing and printing your schedule of classes, checking your financial aid, making payments, checking grades, requesting transcripts, and a whole lot more! You'll need your Maricopa Enterprise ID (MEID) (a ten-character, alpha-numeric username in addition to your student ID) to access the Student Center and other systems in My Maricopa. If you have forgotten your MEID - or associated password - go into My Maricopa to self-discover this login information.
Maricopa Community College District provides all students with a free email account through Google (Gmail). You will see your new email address in your My Maricopa student center. The address will follow this format: <yourMEID>@maricopa.edu.
SCC's online learning management system is Canvas, which is used by SCC instructors for online and hybrid courses and as a supplemental resource for traditional courses. Quick reference materials for students are available here: http://guides.instructure.com/
Bring your notebook computer on campus and hook up to SCC’s wireless network. Use the same network login information as for campus computer access in labs and classrooms. The service requires an updated virus system on your notebook.
mySCC is Scottsdale Community College’s new and exciting way to access a multitude of software applications, file storage—both on and off campus! Use mySCC on your Mac or PC for free access to MS Office Professional Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, and several academic-specific software applications. You also have free file storage available. Use mySCC anywhere, anytime you have an Internet connection, even on campus! Watch mySCC on YouTube!
Using Campus Computers
SCC students have free access to computers at several locations on campus. The Student TechCenter (IT100) provides Windows PCs and Macs, software, printing and technical support for all currently enrolled students. The Writing Center (LC379), in addition to its tutoring services, provides Windows computers for any student. The library (LB166) offers Windows computers for any student and there are other computer-based learning centers for students enrolled in specific subjects, as well.
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