My CorcBoard Help

Introduction to My CorcBoard

 

This comprehensive demonstration provides students and faculty with an overview of the major functions and kinds of information found on MyCorcBoard.  The first part covers functions for all users including generic degree information, course searches, user access information, and links to various additional informational resources.  Part two covers student access, including advising information, personal academic records, and links to student-specific resources. Part three covers faculty access, including how to view your class rosters and submit grades, as well as links to faculty-specific informational resources.

We encourage faculty to view the entire demonstration, including part two, in order to have a better understanding of information that students can view.

The entire demonstration is about twenty minutes.


Please use the instructional videos below for questions pertaining to use of My CorcBoard.

How do I log in and update my personal information?

This demo shows how to log in for the first time, find a system ID number, deal with passwords and other security issues, update contact and personal information, and whom to contact with any problems.

How do I search for courses?

This demo shows you how to search the course catalog and conduct both basic and advanced searches (e.g., search by instructor, day, and/or time) in the schedule of classes for a particular term.

How do I find advising information?

This demo shows how students and advisors can find general advising information, including generic program planning sheets, departmental advising reference sheets for Bachelor’s students, forms, advisor contact information, registration information, and other academic policies.

How do I find personal academic records?

This demo shows how both students and advisors can find student’s schedules, transcripts, and Academic Plan (on-line degree audit).

Where can I find general academic information?

This demo shows where students and advisors can find non-personalized academic information, such as degree requirements, the Student Handbook, academic calendars, and the forms that I need.

As a Faculty member, how do I manage my classes on-line?

This demo shows Corcoran faculty how to find class lists/rosters and enter grades.

 

For more information, please see My CorcBoard FAQ.