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This article describes the 3-step process a new student should follow to set up their account after receiving an acceptance email from the college.
Instructions for clearing browser cache for multiple browsers
If you are enrolled in at least one credit class at Johnson County Community College, you have access to Microsoft Office software – all for free for as long as you remain enrolled at JCCC.
This article describes the process of installing the Virtual Private Network (VPN) client for students so they can connect to the lab from home
Instructions to connect to the JCCC Secure Wi-Fi network using your JCCC account/password for JCCC employees and credit students
Purchasing a new computer for online learning? This article includes the minimum specifications to assist you with your purchase
How to install and connect to Key Server from a Windows or Mac computer - Allows credit students to remotely connect to a JCCC computer lab system and software.
Instructions related to wireless printing to printers in the JCCC Library and Open Computer labs. This can be done from student personal machines such as laptops.
Adobe is now providing temporary at-home access to the Creative Cloud for impacted students, so they can continue their work remotely from home, now that the campus is closed. There is no additional cost for you. Please follow the instructions below to gain access to the Creative Cloud Desktop Apps on your personal device. If you already have an Adobe subscription, please continue to use that login.
Instructions for disabling pop-up blockers in multiple browsers
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, formerly known as Microsoft Imagine, is a Microsoft program that provides students with software design and development tools at no charge. Whether your goal is to build a game, design an app or launch a project, Azure Dev Tools can help you develop your ideas and boldly bring them to life.
Process for employees to register their JCCC account and reset JCCC account password
Instructions for storing documents in Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive for credit students.
Students taking certain courses can access a virtual computer from any off-campus location.
Instructions for retrieving JCCC username
Resources for students in need of technology related to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Student self-help documentation for Yuja
Student ID numbers can be found in MyJCCC
This article describes how to request and connect to the JCCC Guest wireless network.
To document the process of reserving a Mac station or use of the Epson printers in FADS 202
Instructions to sign into Stumail account.
Process to access and sign into MyJCCC.
This article describes the process to redeem the free Azure credit through Microsoft for qualifying students.
Installation of Respondus browser used in certain Canvas quizzes and tests.
FileZilla for access to student server