CCAC provides students with apps and programs to use in your classes, to access college services and more! To help you be successful at CCAC, you are expected to use these systems in your college journey. 

CCAC NetID Account

Your NetID Account is a specific username and password that you will use to log into CCAC's applications and systems, such as MyCCAC, CCAC Self-Service, CCAC Email and more. It is different from the email/account you used to apply to CCAC.

Creating Your CCAC Account  
Resetting you password on your CCAC User Account


CCAC Email

Once you create your NetID account and you have registered for classes, you will have access to your CCAC email. The college will send all important emails to your CCAC email as long as you are a student. This includes emails from the deans, registrar, financial aid, student life and engagement and ITS.

It is important that you check your email regularly. You should not forward your CCAC email to a personal email account. Instead, you can access your CCAC email through Outlook on the Web or download the Outlook app to your smartphone. 


NOTE: As of February 2024, ITS is working to move all CCAC email accounts from to If you registered on or after June 12, 2024, your email address will be If you registered prior to June 12, 2024, your email address will be You will be notified via your CCAC email account when your email address will change. You should review your CCAC documents to ensure you know your CCAC email address. 

Accessing Your CCAC Email



MyCCAC is the one-stop-shop to find everything you need in one place! MyCCAC is where you will find CCAC resources such as: 

  • CCAC Email
  • CCAC Self-Service
  • Class Registration
  • and Much More…

Logging into MyCCAC


CCAC Go Mobile App

CCAC is at your fingertips with the CCAC Go! mobile app. Add, remove or rearrange the tiles to access what’s most useful to you. You will be able to see you schedule, view upcoming events, see your mid-term and final grades, access CCAC Self-Service, and more!


Recommended Computers and Laptop Loaner Program 

Recommended Devices

CCAC recommends computers (Laptops or Desktops) that have an operating system of Windows or MacOS. It is not recommended to use ChromeOS/Chromebook or Windows S-Mode. Many applications are not compatible with ChromeOS/Chromebooks. It is also not recommended to use an iPad or Android tablet as your main device, as these are app-based devices and have smaller viewing screens. 

Use this link to help you decide what type of computer to purchase. Please note, depending on your major (CIT, Engineering, etc.), you may need a higher performing device to complete your assignments.


Computer Resources

Students can also use the designated computers on campus or at a center to do their classwork, research or print a document.  
Listing of Student Computer Resources - CCAC's Help Center


Loaner Laptop Program

CCAC is offering a Student Loaner Laptop Program, which gives students the opportunity to borrow a laptop. Devices may be borrowed on a semester basis and students can keep their device(s) as long as they are enrolled at CCAC. Students can reach out to the Dean of Students Office through the Online Dean Form for more information about the Loaner Laptop Program.

Applications are submitted through the Loaner Laptop Request Form and approved on a first come, first serve basis, as long as devices are available. If approved, students may check out their devices at the campus library of their choosing during the pickup window (similarly to the way you check out a book at the library). 

The loaner laptops are not owned by the bookstore. For pickup, problems or returns, students must go to the campus library. 


Wireless Access and Printing/Scanning


Wi-Fi is free to all CCAC students. It is recommended to connect to the secure Wi-Fi “CCAC-Wireless.” Note, that if you change your NetID password, you will also need to update it to connect to CCAC-Wireless.


Printing and Scanning

Printing and Scanning is also available to students. Printers/Scanners are located through the campus/center.  
User Guide for Print Management 


Microsoft 365 (Office - Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneDrive)

As a CCAC student, who is actively registered for classes, you also get Microsoft 365 (Office) for free! Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote and 1 Terabyte of OneDrive cloud storage space.  You can install this on Windows, Mac, iPad or Android smartphone.

Downloading and Installing Microsoft Office


Apps & Applications


Status Page for Alerts

The CCAC Status Page will show the status of CCAC technology systems. The site will show what systems are operating normally, experiencing a problem, or under maintenance.