Can't log in?
Call 815.599.3403 (T-146) or 815.599.3456 (library)
On campus stop in to T-139 or the library
Live help is available when T-139 computer lab or the library are open. Campus is closed weekends and holidays.
Fall and Spring Semesters, T-139 computer lab hours are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
|Log In for access to the myHCC portal in the upper right-hand of any page of highland.edu. Students can check email, access documents off campus, view course progress, enroll in payment plans, register for classes and submit payments. Review the online services below, or simply login to myHCC.
A printable copy of instructions can be found, here.
A short tutorial for password information, http://users.highland.edu/~multimedia/LO/PasswordReset2/index.html
|GroupWise is the campus email program. Students should frequently check their Highland email to receive important campus announcements.|
|GroupWise Mobile is a mobile-friendly version of the campus email system. It allows for ease of use from your mobile device.|
|Moodle is a web-based application used to manage online course content. This application requires an internet connection.|
|Filr gives users access to all their files and folders on the Highland network from any device or location. For more information about Filr, please watch this short video demonstration.|
|Online Bill Pay is for students and their families for viewing bills, making payments and managing their student account. View Online Bill Pay accounts here.|
|PaperCut is a web-based application that allows you to print to select campus printers from your personally owned laptop from anywhere on campus.|
|R.O.A.R. (Registration and Online Access to Records) is the student information and online registration program. Students can login here with their 9-digit user ID and password.|
Questions? Students may call 815.599.3403 or email the login help desk.
For more information about online and hybrid course offerings, visit the Searchable Schedule here.
The Information Technology Services Department seeks to provide the highest-quality services to the campus community. To understand the responsibilities as a student user, please read the Information Technology Acceptable Use Guidelines here.
To access materials created for GED tutors, please click the link below.