SSC Self-Service provides enhanced capabilities for registration, course planning, and student financial information. All students attempting to access SSC Self-Service need to have completed the application process. Any student without a user name and password needs to visit a Student Services office, with a valid, government-issued, photo ID to retrieve your information. If you do not live in-district but are using a charge-back agreement, cooperative agreement, work-in-district waiver, etc., you still need to register online, but then must come to the registration counter, on campus, to have your tuition rate adjusted (be sure to bring proper documentation).
NOTE: If you are having trouble logging into SSC Self-Service, please make sure you are not using the “Caps Lock” key to create upper case letters in your password. View the tutorial for a quick overview covering logging in and using some of the self-service functions.
South Suburban College has recently deployed a password self-service tool to help you reset your College login password on your own without the need for assistance. With this tool, you can manage the password that you use to log in to College supplied services, such as D2L, email, lab computers, and Office 365.
Enroll yourself using the SSC Password Reset page. Enter your College email address in the Username field. Enter your College supplied password in the password field, and then click on Login. Agree to and accept the short user disclaimer, and then click on “Click here” to begin the enrollment process. You will be asked to choose and answer three security questions. This is how we will verify you in the future, so please choose questions that someone else would have a hard time guessing. When you are done, click on “Next” to continue. That’s all there is to it. Once you have completed the process, you can go back to the SSC Password Reset site at any time to reset your password on your own if you accidently forget it or just want to change it.
Need Your Password
You can receive your password by visiting the Office of Admissions (Rm 2348) on the main campus with a valid photo ID. If you have a secondary email address on file with the college you can just call the Office of Admissions (708-210-5718) with your username or student ID number to have your password sent to this secondary address. You can also use the online resend password form. An email will then be sent to the secondary email address on file.
Tips to Help You Successfully Register Online:
Register for any developmental courses (Reading 080, 081 and 082, English 097, 098, 099 and Math 085, 091, 093, 095, 097 or 100) and OCS 121 (if required) first. Tuition and fees are charged to student accounts upon registration. Payment arrangements need to be made prior to the start of classes to avoid penalties associated with non-payment. The college is not responsible for dropping students from courses due to non-payment.
Who Can Not Register Using SSC Self-Service?
High School Students – must register via In-Person registration on campus
Students registering for more than 18 credit hours
Students repeating a course for the fourth time – any course for any reason
Students with restrictions. Restrictions include items like owing money, missing transcripts, returned mail, residency, academic probation, or the need for placement testing or group advising.
Attendance in any class and receipt of a grade is subject to official enrollment in and payment of the full tuition for the class.
If you are currently taking a prerequisite course and plan to register for the next course in a sequence, you will be expected to pass the prerequisite to continue your enrollment in the next course.
Accessing or forwarding your SSC Student eMail account at https://stumail.ssc.edu/owa is vital to receive official correspondence from SSC regarding grades, bills, due dates, confirmations, financial aid updates, registration deadlines, wait list, and much, much, more.
Your initial password is the one that was assigned to you for My SSC.
This information was contained in your SSC “Welcome” eMail.
Any student without a user name and password, please visit a Student Services office with a valid government issued photo ID, to retrieve your information.
You are required to access your SSC Student eMail frequently in order to receive College-related communications. Remember accessing or forwarding this account is your responsibility.
If forwarding your SSC Student eMail, it is highly recommended that you disable the “junk email” filter in your Outlook account. Failure to do so may cause important messages from your instructors, etc. not to be processed and forwarded as desired.