DACC User ID & Password; DACC Student Email Account; Help Desk; ID Cards

DACC User ID & Password; DACC Student Email Account; Help Desk; ID Cards

DACC USER ID & PASSWORD (FOR COMPUTER WORKSTATIONS & ONLINE TOOLS)

In order to view student records online, use computer workstations on campus, use the DACC Email account, and access Blackboard (for online courses), students need to obtain their DACC User ID and password. Typically, one business day after the student’s Student Information form (application) has been turned in to the Admissions/Registration office, they may go to https://rapss.dacc.edu/react/ to retrieve their User ID and set their password. If a student has stopped-out of college for a year or more, their account will be re-enabled 24 hours after they register for a class. At this point in time, they can reset their password to be able to access the online systems. Passwords may be reset at any time at the link above too. For additional assistance, use the DACC help desk (at https://www.dacc.edu/helpdesk) to send an email to the necessary department.

The DACC User ID and password are needed to:

  • Log in to DACC computer workstations; work can be saved to your individual account;
  • Check the student’s DACC E-mail, which can be done via the web from on- or off-campus;
  • Save and use files on the student file/web server;
  • Use restricted resources, such as library databases, from off-campus;
  • Sign into Jaguar Spot WebAdvisor and Student Online Services;
  • Login to courses that use Blackboard web-services (if enrolled in any).

DACC STUDENT E-MAIL ACCOUNT

Students who are registered for a DACC class will be given a DACC email account 24 hours after they register. Students must retrieve their ID and Password at https://rapss.dacc.edu/react/ to obtain their Email Account information. Students are responsible for checking their DACC email account on a regular basis for important information about bill statements, registration changes, semester dates and deadlines, course information, scholarship information, and many other opportunities. Students may forward their DACC email account to a more frequently used email account. Computer & Network Services (contact information listed below) can assist students with this option.

If the password is forgotten or needs to be reset, visit our website at https://rapss.dacc.edu/react/. Students may also contact the Computer and Network Services at cns@dacc.edu, 217-443-8761, Technology Center, Room 137 for additional assistance.

HELP DESK – AN ONLINE RESOURCE

Need help with computers, the DACC network, DACC User IDs and passwords, student email account, Blackboard, Jaguar Spot/WebAdvisor/Student Self Service?  You can visit our online Help Desk at https://www.dacc.edu/helpdesk.  Submit an online request form and expect a response within 24 hours! If immediate assistance is required, please use one of the departmental phone numbers provided during regular business hours. On the weekend or during a holiday, we will respond to your request promptly on Monday morning or the day following the holiday

I.D. CARDS (FOR STUDENTS)

DACC requires all students to get a DACC photo ID card. After registering for classes, DACC students should obtain their DACC Student ID card for transactions at the college such as bookstore services, registration changes, testing, and library services. The photos are being taken in the Information Office (Vermilion Hall, Room 109). Students are required to bring a copy of their current class schedule. Student ID cards have the student’s photograph and identification number. There is no fee for the first card.

Using Student ID Cards

  • The DACC ID Card is currently used for identification purposes and for verification of current registration status in the Bookstore, Cashier’s office, Testing Center, and Financial Aid office. Student ID cards may also be presented at special Student Activity functions for free participation, admissions or discounts, as advertised.
  • The DACC ID Card is also the student’s DACC Library Card. The card will need to be activated by the DACC Library (Clock Tower) before it can be used as a Library Card. Once activated, it is valid for three years.

Current Enrollment Status on Your Student ID Card

Students may wish to have their current enrollment status on their ID card. This status will need to be validated each semester. To verify full-time attendance, students should follow the directions below:

  1. GED and CNA students may verify current enrollment through the Adult Education Office in Prairie Hall, center of first floor.
  2. All other students may verify current enrollment through the Admissions/Registration Office in Vermilion Hall, Room 109. Semester verifications will not be distributed until the first day of the regular term.

Lost/Stolen/Replacement Cards

There is no charge for the first DACC Student ID Card. Students will be charged a replacement fee of $5.00 for any replacement, lost, or stolen cards. Please pay at the Cashier’s Office (Vermilion Hall) and bring the receipt to the Information Office (Vermilion Hall).