MCC’s credit online, hybrid and web-enhanced courses are delivered via a Learning Management System called Blackboard.
Blackboard is a website that provides a user-friendly way for teachers to place course materials, interactive and/or collaborative activities, and assessments online. Students have an intuitive way to interact with the course materials and with other students.
With Blackboard, students can upload files to submit assignments, post messages to forums, take tests and more. Students can check their progress and grades at any time during the course.
Your Web Browser
Blackboard works best with the desktop web browsers listed on the Browser Support page
Username and Password
You will use your MCC username and password to login to Blackboard. Visit the Password Station any time to look up your MCC username and change or reset your password.
If you have questions about the Password Station, please contact the Help Desk at 531-622-2900 or email@example.com.
Logging In to Blackboard
Follow this link or type this URL into the address bar of your web browser:
Online Course Orientation
If you are new to Blackboard, or this is your first online course at MCC you should complete the Student Orientation to Blackboard. You will find helpful videos, frequently asked questions and links to resources, all designed to help you succeed. The Student Orientation to Blackboard is a course in Blackboard that you can find in your "My Courses" box on the Blackboard Home page.
The Help Tab
Once logged into Blackboard, click on the Help tab in the upper right (under your name) to find helpful resources to help you to use the learning management system.
Blackboard Support at MCC
Or call 531-622-2834 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Leave a voicemail on evenings and weekends.
The Learning & Tutoring Center (LTC) staff are trained in Blackboard troubleshooting and will be happy to help students get started. There is a Learning & Tutoring Center located at every MCC Campus. Just drop in and ask for help. Locations and hours are listed here.
MCC is committed to the accessibility of our online courses and makes reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act/Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you have a documented disability that may affect your participation in an online course, please contact a Disability Support Services counselor before the course begins.