Student Guide to mySDCCD
|Version||2.0 - Financial Aid0|
|Description||This guide walks students through the basics of mySDCCD. Students must have an active college application on file in order to be able to login to mySDCCD.|
mySDCCD provides users with an intuitive interface that provides access to key student activities, such as viewing your class schedule, financial aid, important deadlines, and viewing emails in the message center. It is also mobile friendly, which means that you can access it with full functionality from your phone or tablet. This job aid tutorial will go over the basic functions you can perform in your new student portal.
On the left side, you'll notice an icon that looks like a blue tabthis icon closes/opens up a side menu that provides you with another way to access pages. To go back to the home dashboard click on "College Student Dashboard."
If you click on the home icon in the top right, it will take you to the main menu for the portal.
Note: Students will have limited navigation until registration start in mySDCCD for Spring 2019
Starting in the top left corner, you will see the "My Classes" pagelet. You can view your class schedule, view your grades, enroll in classes, use class search, plan courses through My Planner, and view your unofficial transcript. *Any registration holds will appear in red.
If you see Spring 2019 classes, please note that there is a week delay when you register for the class in Reg-e for it to show in mySDCCD. For summer 2019 classes, it will show immediately once you register for classes.
|6.||To view your financial aid, scroll down and view the the My Financial Awards section in the bottom left corner.|
On this section, you can view and select your awards from Fall, Spring, and Summer. You can also view your Shopping Sheet and your Cost of Attendance. This is also where you would find your Satisfactory Academic Progress and Residency Status.
In this student's example, the student received the Pell (Pell is disbursed two times a semester which is why you see two rows), and the California college Promise Grant for the Fall 2018 semester.