Access to online classes will not be available until the start of the semester.
UACCB offers online classes through two venues. The first venue is called UACCB Blackboard and includes classes taught by UACCB faculty for UACCB students. The second venue is called the UA Consortium and includes online classes taught as part of a consortium (three schools working together). The UA Consortium schools are the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana, and Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas. UA Consortium online classes may be taught by faculty from any of the three schools and may include students from all three schools.
The last three digits of your course ID/section number determines if you are enrolled in a UACCB Blackboard class or a UA Consortium class. Classes with the last three digits ranging from 090-095 are UACCB Blackboard classes. Classes with the last three digits ranging from 096-099 are UA Consortium classes.
Your username is the first letter of your first name (your legal name, not any nicknames), your last name, and the last four digits of your UACCB student identification number. Example: Student John Smith with an ID number of 00109948 would have a username of jsmith9948.
Your initial password for MyUACCB is your birthdate written as mmddyy. Example: May 14, 1991 would be 051491. You will be prompted to create a new password upon logging in to MyUACCB for the first time.
Your password for UA Consortium online classes will be your birthdate written as mmddyyyy. Example: May 14, 1991 would be 05141991. This password never changes.
To access UACCB Blackboard classes login to my.uaccb.edu and click on the “Connect to UACCB Blackboard” link.
To access UA Consortium classes go to Class Sections, select the appropriate semester from the dropdown box, and then click the “login” link next to the your course. Note: Access to UA Consortium classes works best in Internet Explorer. Note: If you are directed to the UACCB Blackboard login screen, then use the UACCB Blackboard login instructions above.
Students with questions related to logging-in to their online classes should complete a work order by visiting the following link:
In your work order, please include:
- Your name and birthdate
- The course and section number
- Your username
- Alternative email address
- Explanation of the problem
If you are on campus and have questions related to online learning, you may also seek assistance by visiting the office of the Director of Educational Technology in the Main Classroom Building (MCB), room 206.