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Students: Help Us Support You in an Emergency

by Adrian Applin -

Help Us Support You in an Emergency – Complete Workday Inbox Items Now

When students experience a crisis during their time at CCA, staff are here to offer support. Please help us to help you by making sure that your contact information and emergency contacts are up-to-date each semester

Continuing students (those who started at CCA before Spring 2024): Please complete both of the following Workday inbox tasks as soon as possible: (1) Update My Primary Home Address & (2) Update My Emergency Contacts.

New students for Spring 2024: Although you may not have Workday inbox tasks, please update your Primary Home Address, Personal Information, Preferred Name, and Friends and Family (Emergency Contact) information.

Questions? Contact

Looking for your Moodle course?

by Nancy Chan -

For new students, please read through this post to help you find your classes in Moodle. Be sure to read the note at the bottom about the beginning of the semester!

If you are unable to locate your course under My Courses, try changing the view filter on your Course Overview (located on the My Courses page) to "all." Another way is to use the filter to view your past, in-progress, or future courses. If you have many classes, there may be an arrow button near the bottom of the screen. Click on the arrow button to view more courses.

course overview filter

Alternatively, you can find a list of all of your courses by going to your profile photo in the upper-right and using the drop-down menu to get to your Profile.

profile location

If you used to have access to a course, but it seems to have disappeared, it has most likely changed status. This can happen, especially if the course is about to start or has recently ended. You should be able to locate it by adjusting your Course Overview filter or going to your Moodle profile.

If you are still unable to locate your course after trying these two methods, contact the Help Desk!

Important note about the beginning of each semester for students:

While there is an official "first day" of the semester on the CCA Academic Calendar, some Moodle courses may not be available to students until closer to the first session of the class (for example, the first day of the semester is on a Tuesday, but if a class is scheduled to meet on Monday each week, the Moodle course may not be available until closer to the following Monday). Some teachers may also choose not to use Moodle for their course - please check with your instructor and/or the course syllabus listed on Portal for more information.

Still have questions or concerns? Contact us!

Free eBooks from the Libraries

by Eric Phetteplace -

Want some reading for Thanksgiving or Winter break? Looking for an in-depth source covering a research topic? Remember that there are thousands of free ebooks accessible to you on a variety of topics related to CCA's academic programs, from writing to business to fine arts. Here's just a few of the more popular titles available:

cover of Design Justice ebook Frankenstein by Mary Shelley cover of "The Malleus Maleficarum and the construction of witchcraft"

You can find these free ebooks—and much more!— using the CCA Libraries' search engine. There are more details in the Libraries' blog post for Open Access Week 2022.

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