Students


Email

Log in to your SSC account.

Log Into Email

Self-Service

Plan, Register, Pay. It’s all in Self-Service.

Log Into Self-Service

D2L Brightspace

Access your course resources here.

Log Into D2L

Technology Relief Fund

SSC Technology Relief Fund resources are allocated to students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need additional resources to engage in remote learning. Resources are designated on a case-by-case basis through the Division of Student and Enrollment Services at South Suburban College. Resources allocated under this funding include laptops, digital textbooks, course fees, course software, internet access, and other resources necessary to successfully complete courses in a virtual learning environment.

–more info–

Debt Relief Fund

SSC Student Debt Relief Fund resources are allocated to students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds are distributed on a case-by-case basis until exhausted. Students are eligible for additional financial resources to address outstanding tuition and fee balances.

–more info–

Student Emergency Aid Program

Student Emergency Aid Program is to support SSC students who are experiencing an unexpected event or situation that requires immediate attention and support. Financial support up to $500 for short-term, nonrecurring emergencies is available. This is a one-time disbursement during the program.

–more info–

Academic Calendar

Dates, breaks, and holidays.

Academic Programs

Check courses and curriculum.

Academic Support

Don’t stress. Find the extra support you need.

Course Schedules

Find out about courses and when a course meets.

Tuition & Fees

Find out the cost of courses and programs.

Library

Where, when, and how to hit those books.

Register for Classes

Register for those classes by visiting Self-Service.

Academic Calendar

Dates, breaks, and holidays.

Campus Calendar of Events

Find out what’s happening on-campus and off-campus.

Campus Police & Safety Reports

Get campus safety information.

Library

Where, when, and how to hit those books.

Services for
Students with Disabilities

Find help and support.

Bookstore

Get those books and some spirit wear.

Student Life

Get involved in various student opportunities.

Veterans Center

Information for military veterans, servicemembers and their families.

Student Food Bank

Foodbank information.

Counseling

Information on the counseling department.

Student Assistance Program (Perspectives)

Find out what help is available for non-academic issues.

Career Services

Get job and career help.

Library

Where, when, and how to hit those books.

Academic Assistance Center

Don’t stress. Find the extra support you need.

Writing Center

Get help with writing assignments.

Speech Center

Get help with public speaking.

Reading Center

Get help with your reading.

Math 140

Math help is available.

Tutoring

Get extra help for your courses.

Counseling

Information on the counseling department.

Transfer Center

Find out what courses can be used at other schools.

Scholarships

Get help paying for books and classes.

Student Emergency Aid Program

Financial support for students who require immediate attention and support.

Federal Work-Study Program

Earn extra money by working at the college.

Study Abroad

Take classes in a foreign country.

Honors Program

Information on the Honors Program and courses.

Phi Theta Kappa

Information on Phi Theta Kappa.

Career Services

Get help with resumes, career choices, and more.

Financial Aid

Get financial help for school.

Scholarships

See if you qualify for a scholarship.

Tuition & Payments/

Don’t stress. Find the extra support you need.

Special Tuition Programs

Special tuition programs are available.

Emergency Broadband Benefit

A program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Payment Plans

Don’t pay all at once. Set up a payment plan.

Technology Relief Fund

Students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need additional resources.

Debt Relief Fund

Eligible students can get additional financial resources to address outstanding tuition/fee balances.

Student Emergency Aid Program

Financial support for students who require immediate attention and support.

Campus Events Calendar

Find out about events on-campus and off-campus.

Clubs & Organizations

Get involved in campus groups.

Student Government

Student Government works for you.

Athletics

Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs teams.

Academic Calendar

Dates, breaks, and holidays.

D2L Brightspace

Access your course resources here.

Student Email

Log in to your SSC account.

Self-Service

Plan, Register, Pay. It’s all in Self-Service.

Computer Labs

Computer labs are available to students.

Teaching & Learning Center

Support for classes, tutorials and how-tos, and more.

SSC Connect

Technical assistance, repair, and consultation on laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more.

Student Helpdesk

Submit a ticket for help and support for username, password, or computer issues.

D2l Helpdesk

Get help and support for D2L Brightspace.

Loaner Laptop Program

Laptop computers are available to students for use with classes.

Emergency Broadband Benefit

A program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic.


 
CLICK HERE to Read the Latest Edition on STUDENT LIFELINES

Password Information

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 accidentally 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.