LAP Blackboard

Online Access to Learning Assistance Program Services

For online access to Learning Assistance Program services including etext, books on CD, study skills training/videos, etc. please log on to the Learning Assistance Program Blackboard site. You must be a Learning Assistance Program student to access this site. If you are registered with the Learning Assistance Program and unable to log on please call 922-6966 ext. 3274.

To log on:

  1. Go to http://blackboard.hancockcollege.edu and click on Login. Enter your username and password, then click Logon. 

    Username:  The first initial of your first and last name plus the last five digits of your social security number. For example:     Alice Baker's (ssn# 012-45-7986) logon would be ab57986 
    Password: The same as your username.
     
  2. The AHC Courses page will load. (If it doesn't load please try again. If it still doesn't load call 922-6966 ext. 3274 or visit Blackboard's Student help pages.)
     
  3. Then, click the Learning Assistance Program link in the Course tab.

Please get familiar with the site by clicking on the different links to the left of the screen. The site is here to provide valuable Learning Assistance Program information including access to: study tips and tutorials, study strategy videos, request forms, important dates, etext, etc.

For individualized Blackboard training please contact Sarah Easton at 922-6966 ext. 3670.

 

 

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