My SSC - Moodle
Online/Hybrid Credit and Co-Listed Courses
Your online or hybrid course does not officially begin until the start date on your schedule. You will not be able to access your course until that time.
To access your course, please login into the "MySSC" portal and scroll down to the "My Moodle Courses" section. From here you should be able to access your course by simply clicking on its name. When prompted for your user name and password on the Moodle login screen, please use your "MySSC" portal user name and password.
If for some reason you have trouble accessing the "My Moodle Courses" section of the "My SSC" portal (i.e. portal maintenance, etc), please go directly to https://lms.ssc.edu/ and enter your College user name and password.
DO NOT USE: student/tmakin100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to review your course syllabus and your instructor's notes the first day of class. Some courses have proctored (on-campus) exams, or other face-to-face components. Additional information will be available from your instructor.
Hybrid courses include both online and face-to-face/traditional instruction. Information on the face-to-face portion of this class is available in the schedule.
If your online or hybrid course is a non-credit, continuing education, or adult education class, you may need to visit one of the following links.
- GED-i / GED Online Program
Department of Community Education
The information provided here is for college credit or co-listed courses only. For additional assistance please contact Technical Support.
Online & Hybrid Definitions
Hybrid Courses: These courses blend face-to-face interaction such as in-class discussions, active group work, and live lectures with web-based educational technologies such as online course cartridges, assignments, discussion boards, and other web-assisted learning tools. Hybrid course models allow students to fit occasional class time into their busy schedule while completing the remainder of the course work over the internet.
Online Courses: Instruction and activities are online. Students may be required to complete an orientation prior to the start of class. Some courses MAY REQUIRE on-campus/face-to-face proctored testing.
Students must have at minimum, regular access to a computer capable of running a minimum of Internet Explorer 6.X (or its equivalent) with reliable internet service (56k minimum). They need to have familiarity with downloading and uploading files as well as the ability to attach files to emails.
A DVD-ROM drive, or a sound card and speakers, maybe required for some courses.
Computers Labs are available to students at the Main Campus and at the University & College Center.