Student Resources

Welcome to CCC! Now that you are registered, check out these next steps to stay ahead.

New Student Checklist Current Student Checklist

Complete before the semester starts

Log in to WebCentral

WebCentral is your go-to hub for information.

Student Planner and WebCentral video tutorial

Username

  • Student's first legal name plus last 5 of CCC ID number, e.g.: johnathan34567

Password

  • Your initial password is CCC# followed by the last 6 digits of your social security number. The CCC must be capitalized.
    EXAMPLE: Social security number: 000-11-1111 PASSWORD: CCC#111111
  • Note: If you do not have a social security number, your initial password is CCC# followed by the entire seven digits of your student ID number (ID numbers are 7 digits, so be sure to include any leading zeros). The CCC must be capitalized.
    EXAMPLE: student ID number: 0000123 PASSWORD: CCC#0000123
  • CCC recommends students change their password. It is not ever recommended to keep any part of your social security number in your password.
  • Forgot your CCC password but know your username? Use the password reset tool

Update your contact information anytime by going to WebCentral. Go to Services for Students and then to User Account.

If you need additional assistance, contact the CCC Helpdesk.

CCC Helpdesk

Check your CCC email

Check your CCC email regularly for important information about your classes, financial aid, college announcements, and much more. 

Access your student email through WebCentral under "My Office 365."

Prepare for classes

View the 2022-2023 college calendar to stay on top of important dates.

Check out the services that can help you succeed.

If you have questions or need assistance with your scheduled classes, set up an appointment with your advisor. Your advisor's contact information can be found by viewing full profile in student planner. If you do not have an advisor assigned, contact Phone Central at 308-398-7412.

Online Student Information

  • Online Success - Students taking online classes have a greater responsibility for their own success than students in traditional classroom settings. Successful online learners are self-motivated and self-disciplined. 
  • Test Proctor Sites/Contacts
Complete the FAFSA

Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at any time after October 1 for the upcoming school year. To qualify for maximum funding complete the FAFSA by April 1.

  • (CCC’s FAFSA code is 014468)
  • Write down your FAFSA ID, password, and save key

Scholarships are also available. 

Request accommodations, if needed

Did you receive testing or other accommodations previously in school? Did you have an IEP or 504 plan while attending high school? Do you have a diagnosed disability, such as a medical or mental health condition or learning disability? Are you currently pregnant? If any of these questions apply to you, you may be eligible for accommodations while you’re attending CCC.

Disability Services

Pay your tuition and fees
Buy your textbooks

Access the Campus Bookstore to find out what books and materials are needed for your courses and to purchase them and other merchandise.

Learn about internet and technology options

Access college WiFi and printing when you are on campus.

Get assistance with technology by contacting the Service Center at 308-398-7999 or visit the CCC Helpdesk.

Course Technologies and Accessibility Information and Privacy Policies

Attend Canvas and CCC 101 Training

Canvas Training

Attend in person, by webinar, or watch a previously recorded session.

CCC 101

Learn about CCC resources and the Learning Management Software, Canvas, to help you succeed. 

First Week

Be informed

Review the Student Handbook and Student Policies and Procedures to understand your rights and responsibilities as a student. 

Get connected
Download the CCC mobile app

Download the CCC Mobile App to get up-to-date campus information, see your email, connect to other students, find out about events, and more.

Second Week and Beyond

Get involved

Connect with Student Organizations to learn about ways to get involved on-campus in addition to taking classes.

Find support
Apply for scholarships and FAFSA annually

Stay informed of available scholarship deadlines.