If you are taking an online course offered by Burlington County College, Blackboard login instructions and other important information will be sent to your BCC provided ("MyMail") e-mail address shortly before the Summer semester begins. Blackboard login instructions are also available from the Distance Education website at http://www.bcc.edu/distance-education
Do not attempt to log in to Blackboard for Spring 2015 courses until January 14th, do not expect to see Spring 2015 courses listed until January 16th or the first day of the term in which the course is offered, whichever is later!
If you took an online, hybrid or web enhanced course in 2013 or 2014 and you have registered for Spring 2015 course(s) as well, you may continue using you existing account and your Spring course(s) will appear automatically on the day they are scheduled to begin.
New accounts for students who did NOT take courses in Blackboard in the past year will be created for students taking online, hybrid and web enhanced courses in the Spring, during the late afternoon on January 14th.
If you did not take a course on Blackboard in the past year, you will not be able to log in until January 14th, or two business days after you register, whichever is later. Students who did not take courses in Blackboard during 2013 or 2014 must use the default login instructions at http://www.bcc.edu/blackboard to login.
Please change your password upon first login.
Please change your password to something secure, which you will know and remember, but which others will not be able to guess. You may not share your password with anyone, as stated in BCC technology use guidelines. To change your password, click on the My Places link near the top area of your Blackboard page. Then click on the Personal Information link then select the Change Password option.
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Remember: You will only be able to access your Spring courses on or after the start date for the term in which the course is offered.
If you registered early and are unable to login on the first day of the semester:
Please note that all distance education courses use Blackboard, but only some classroom courses use Blackboard.
If you are taking a face-to-face classroom class, please ask your instructor if he or she has already requested a Blackboard course shell before attempting to login. If the semester has already started, and if you are taking an online or hybrid course and/or if your professor has told you to log in to BCC's Blackboard server and you can not, then feel free to contact the Office of Distance Education by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling extension 1790 at (609) 894 9311 or (856) 222-9311. Our office hours are 9:00 am to 4:45 PM, Monday-Friday.
For evening, weekend and holiday technical support:
Technical support (for the Blackboard system only) is available 24/7/365 at http://bbsupport.bcc.edu/ or by calling (855) 699-0729. Please note that our 24/7 helpdesk does not create student accounts, but can assist you in troubleshooting and resolving most other technical difficulties.
We wish you success in your BCC studies! Have a great semester.
Office of Distance Education
Burlington County College
Pemberton Campus Library Room 107
601 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd
Pemberton, NJ 08068
(609) 894-9311 x1790