Frederick Community College students can access a range of online services, including student email and data storage, online registration for classes, learning course grades, getting transcripts, purchasing books, applying for financial aid, paying bills. Students can also take classes online and access course related materials electronically. The following links provide quick access to these services.
- FCC's web-based Student System allows you to complete most transactions on-line and to see real-time information about your academic and financial records and current availability of classes. You can get grades, register for classes, make a payment, print course schedules and more!
- Each student enrolled at Frederick Community College has an official student email account. This email account also includes 150 megabytes of online data storage to store class assignments and other course related material. Student can access the myFCC site both on and off campus through the address https://myfcc.frederick.edu.
- Sign up for FCC Alert to receive instant alerts direct to your cell phone and/or email account. With FCC Alert, you will be the first to know about campus emergencies and weather closings.
- Blackboard is the platform for FCC's online courses. Students can complete a course or an entire degree online. There are also supporting Blackboard courses for traditional lecture based courses
- Frederick Community College has been selected to join Apple's iTunes U program. With Frederick Community College on iTunes U, you can use iTunes to get course materials, lectures, seminars, and all kinds of valuable information related to your studies. Log on to iTunes U with your myFCC username and password, download your selections to your iPod, and study anywhere. Don't have an iPod? Don't worry. You can access iTunes U from any Windows or Mac OS with Apple iTunes installed and even copy the content to other MP3 players.
- Through learning online you can take single courses and complete degree programs from FCC and other institutions. You can take distance education courses from your home or office using the Internet, cable TV, and other technologies. The advantage of distance learning is that it enables you to learn when it's convenient for you, and on-campus attendance is minimal.
- If you're planning to transfer to a Maryland institution, you can check the transferability of community college credits by using ARTSYS, an online articulation program.
- Students and the Frederick community are invited to take advantage of the Library’s services and rich content. Your course requirements and general research needs are well served by the Library’s book, journal, database, and media collections. In fact, many of the Library’s resources are available at your home through the Library’s Web pages.
- Textbooks are available for purchase about three weeks before the start of each semester. Use the Bookstore site to find out what books are needed for your classes. The site is secure so you can use your credit card to order books and have them held or sent to you. Or you can contact Donna Mortimer, 301.846.2464 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements.
- A variety of resources are available to assist students in their career and life planning. These resources include career counseling and job search assistance. Whether students are exploring career options, deciding on a major, making a career change, or searching for a job, the Career Center can help.
- Deciding to transfer to a four-year college or university can be an exciting yet confusing experience. In the Transfer Center, you’ll find a variety of resources and tools to help you through the process. The following information will assist you in assuring your transfer will be a smooth one.