Welcome to NetID Self-Service
Welcome to NetID (Network Identification) Account management. This site allows students to create a NetID and change or reset their NetID password. Anyone wishing to use the CCAC network on campus, or login to any services such as Academic Email, the Distance Learning Blackboard System, or CCAC Central must have a valid Network Account. In addition, this site allows employees to change their password, which can be used to access Outlook Email and the Gartner Research Portal.
Please type in the textbox the letters you see in the image below. This step helps ensure the security of your account information.
Enter your seven-digit Colleague/student ID number in the textbox below and click next upon validation.
The Colleague ID is your ID number as assigned to you by CCAC. This number is found on your photo ID (see below) as well as other College documents. An example of a Colleague ID is 6000000100006161, with the red part being the last seven digits.
Enter your last name in the text box below and click next.
Please select an option below and click next.
Please read the following policy and click next.
Computers for student use are available in some college centers and at each campus in the library, learning center, computer center, and in computer classrooms. At the Campus Computer center, you can access word processing, e-mail, the Internet, and a variety of software packages for completing coursework. Hours for the computer labs at each campus may vary. The College relies upon users to conduct themselves according to the basic principles of mutual respect. In this way, we attempt to promote the most effective and beneficial use of the College’s computer equipment and facilities and protect the free exchange of information and ideas.
When using computer resources, students are expected to:
- Use the computer resources primarily for scholarly purposes.
- Use discretion when displaying and printing material that may be offensive to others.
- Discourage inappropriate usage by others.
- Avoid disruptive behavior when using computer resources.
- Abide by all signs posted in the labs.
- Respect the needs of other users to access limited computer resources.
- Not use College computer resources to gain unauthorized access to any other Computer system.
- Respect the integrity of the system and related physical resources, and observe all relevant laws, regulations, and contractual obligations.
- Not download, post or install to College computers, or transport across College networks material which is illegal, proprietary, in violation of license agreements, copyrights, college contracts, or which maybe damaging to the College.
- Not share your password. The responsibility for anything done under your account is totally yours.
- Not use CCAC resources (e-mail, computer hardware, software or supplies) or your account for personal financial gain and/or commercial purposes (whether for-profit or not-for-profit), or for supporting political campaigns, candidates, legislation, or ballot issues.
- Use the systems and individual accounts in a manner consistent with the instructional, research and administrative objectives of the College. Legally, the College electronic network is not an open forum (such as a free-speech park); thus, its use is limited to activities consistent with College objectives.
- Not use the CCAC name or logo or likeness on your web page without the consent of the Information Technology Services Department.
- Not print large quantities of flyers, banners, or other printed materials intended for multiple distribution. For print jobs of this nature, only one copy may be printed in the labs.
- Take responsibility and report any problems with computer hardware or software.
- Not smoke, drink, or eat in any computing facility.
- Not misrepresent your identity or affiliation in e-mail communications.
- Use e-mail for purposes which do not violate federal or state laws.
- Not send harassing, intimidating, abusive, or offensive material to or about others.
- Not intercept, disrupt, or alter electronic communications packets.
- Not cause congestion on the network by such things as "chain letters," "broadcasting" inappropriate messages to lists or individuals, or excessive use of thee-mail system.
- Not attach non-CCAC computer equipment to the CCAC network.
Any unauthorized attempt to modify computer hardware and software components is prohibited. This includes attempts to use and/or copy software in violation of Federal Copyright laws. All instances of suspected misuse of computing equipment and facilities might constitute grounds for disciplinary action under the CCAC Student Code of Conduct. Instances of abuse may also result in civil and/or criminal proceedings.
Please enter your current NetID username and password and click next.
Enter your new password in the text box below and click next.
Requirement: Secure passwords are at least 12 characters long and contain both capital and lower-case letters, numeric digits and special characters. An example of a secure password is CC@Cb0ycecc@c.
Remember: CCAC staff will never ask you for your password. Requests for your NetID password in emails, on the phone, or in person should be ignored and reported.