After you have watched the video, you are now ready to do:
Step 1: Log in here directly at the ANGEL website to make sure your account works.
Step 2: Go to your MyCampus portal https://mycampus.gwinnetttech.edu and save a shortcut to ANGEL.
Your password will be the same as it was your last term at GTC. If you do not remember your password, you can reset the password yourself. If you haven't attended classes in a while, your password may have reverted back to the default password. Please try logging in as if you are a new student with 32_900XXXXXX as your username and password.
MyCampus &Student Email Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678-226-6777.
Don’t See Your Course in ANGEL?
If you recently added a course or made changes to your schedule, please allow at least 24 hours for those changes to take effect in ANGEL. After 24 hrs, if you still do not see your course listed in ANGEL, please send an email to email@example.com
Still Seeing a Course That You Dropped?
Contact the instructor and inform them that you have dropped so that the instructor can remove you from the class roster.
Banner Web is your official record (not ANGEL). Be sure to check your course schedule in Banner Web to make sure you are enrolled in the correct courses.
Can’t type in discussion board or ANGEL mail? The issue has to do with your browser. You can easily fix this by making sure:
Students who do not participate or attend in the first week of classes will be designated as “No Show” and will be removed from the class roster. Online students who do not participate during the first week of the semester will be dropped as a “No Show.” For hybrid courses that meet once per week, students must attend or participate online during the week to avoid “No Show” designation. Students in web-enhanced classes who do not attend during the first week of the semester will be dropped as a “No show”.
When submitted as a no show, the course will not appear on the student’s academic record and a 100% refund of applicable tuition and applicable refundable fees will be given. Financial aid students will be responsible for all charges related to any classes for which they are designated as “No Show. Financial aid will not pay for “No-Show” classes. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm his/her registration status for each course during the registration and drop/add periods.
The responsibility to register for classes and drop those classes that are no longer desired to be taken resides solely with the student. Classes in which students no longer desire to participate should be dropped during registration or the drop/add period. The “No Show” process is the college’s administrative recordkeeping process and students should not attempt to use or rely on this process to ensure classes are removed from their schedules.
Gwinnett Tech is proud to be part of the Achieving the Dream Network, dedicated to helping more community college students succeed. For more information, visit: http://achievingthedream.org/.
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