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Blackboard Help

As a curriculum student at Martin Community College (MCC), you will use Blackboard, an online education platform, to participate in your classes. Your Blackboard courses are available on the first day of classes.

Steps to Access Blackboard

  1. Access the college's website at Martin Community College
  2. Click on the Blackboard link at top of the webpage.
  3. Follow the instructions below for logging into your Blackboard account.

Username

first initial + last initial + last 5 digits of MCC ID

(Your MCC Student ID Number is included in your admissions letter.)

Password

first initial + last initial + 6-digit birthday (mmddyy)

Example

If Mary Jones had a student ID of 7654321 and was born on March 5, 1999, then she would login like this:

Log In: mj54321
Password for Blackboard: mj030599

Online Student Readiness Assessment

The Online Student Readiness Assessment is now required before registering for any courses.

At Martin Community College, we want every student to be successful. To aid in that effort, students are required to take the Online Student Readiness Assessment through the MCC Blackboard site. Follow the instructions below to access the assessment.

Accessing the Online Student Readiness Assessment

  1. Access the college's website at Martin Community College
  2. Click on the Blackboard link at top of the webpage.
  3. Login to Blackboard using your login information that is found in your acceptance letter.
  4. Under “my courses” click on Online Student Readiness Assessment.
  5. Watch the videos and follow the instructions.
  6. Complete the assessment which consists of five brief sections.
  7. After you have completed all 5 (five) sections, click on the word Badges in the menu to the left of the screen; when the screen comes up, click on Earned Achievements. You will see a rectangle for each assessment area and your total score. Click on the circle, to the right, in each rectangle to see your score and what it means.

That’s all there is to it! Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, and we hope the information you gain from this assessment will help you better understand yourself and how to be successful in online courses.