Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.
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Learning Technology

Wi-Fi Hotspots Available

DCCCD has purchased a limited number of Wi-Fi-enabled hotspots to help you complete online courses. These devices are available to all DCCCD students free of charge. You must complete a request using your DCCCD login information and a Wi-Fi hotspot will be delivered to your home on a first come, first served basis. Students will be able to use the hotspot for as long as they are enrolled in a course at the colleges of DCCCD. Students are urged to take advantage of this vital resource as soon as possible.

Recommended Technology for Students Taking Online Classes

Due to COVID-19, all courses in the Summer and Fall will be taught online. You will need a device with internet access. A web browser will be used to access learning materials and activities.

Suitable devices are:

  • A Windows desktop computer or laptop running Windows 10 or later operating system.
  • A Macintosh desktop computer or laptop running OS X 10.8 or later operating system.

A Chromebook, tablet, smartphone or Linux computer may not be suitable for some activities. 

If you intend to use one of these devices please ensure you have access to a suitable desktop or laptop device that uses the Windows or OS X operating system in case you are unable to carry out all activities on your device.

To be able to talk and listen in our online discussions we recommend both a microphone and speakers/headphones. Please note that devices with small screens may make it difficult to view the material in your classes and carry out some activities.


College is complicated. To help you stay on track, download the Navigate mobile app. It’s like having a personal advisor on call 24/7, from orientation through to graduation.


eCampus is the online learning environment used by all your classes.

Blackboard Collaborate

Many instructors and college services are using Collaborate as a video conferencing tool to connect with students.

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is available at no cost to students at the colleges of DCCCD. Students have access to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Teams, email and more.

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