Sign In Help

1. What is my Dallas College Username?

For Students

Your username is the letter "e" followed by your seven-digit Student ID number (for example, e1234567).

You may notice that your Student ID is part of your student email address (e.g.,

For Faculty

Your username is three letters and then four numbers (for example, abc1234).

You may notice that your Employee ID (e.g., is commonly called your "3x4" and is the username you use to access services like Outlook and eConnect.

Unsure about your username? Retrieve it from eConnect

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2. What is my Dallas College Password?

Thanks to Single-Sign On you can log in using your current eConnect password.

Did you forget or need to reset your password?

Have you enrolled in the Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) tool?

Yes, I have enrolled in SSPR.

You can reset your password directly through the SSPR tool.

No, I have not enrolled in SSPR.

You can reset your password through eConnect.

I don't know. What is SSPR?

A new password policy went into effect in August 2018 for students and employees. The policy included registering through Microsoft's Self-Service Password Reset tool to create a new, more complex password that does not expire.

Learn more about the password process

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3. Log In Through Dallas College Online Services Screen

When you know your Dallas College Username and Password, you are ready to log in!

Though eCampus is powered by Blackboard, you will be using the Dallas College Online Services Screen to log in. It looks like this:

A screenshot of the Dallas College Online Services Sign in Screen

Are you encountering sign in issues? Let us help you

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4. Be Sure to Log Out

When you are ready to leave eCampus, it is very important that you log out completely:

  1. Click on the log out button in the top right corner of your eCampus screen
  2. When the following Blackboard message appears, select the "End SSO Session" button
    A screenshot of the Blackboard sign out screen asking the user if they want to end their SSO session, following by a button that reads End SSO Session
  3. Quit/exit your browser application

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