Resources for Dual Credit Students

As a Dual Credit student, you are provided with all the college resources and services to assist you in becoming a successful college student. These resources and services are at no extra charge to you. A valid student ID is required to access most to all resources and services.

Student Resources

JagNet
JagNet is South Texas College's web portal that provides personalized access to web services. All registered students, faculty and staff have access to course information, group tools, campus life, work life, personal calendars, email, and more - anytime, anywhere. Point your web browser to jagnet.southtexascollege.edu and login using your South Texas College USERNAME and PASSWORD.

JagMail
Your South Texas College JagMail account is provided by Microsoft Exchange Labs. This email account is the official form of electronic communication for your experience at South Texas College. All campus communication, course-related information, tuition and billing information, and any additional administrative correspondence related to your enrollment and attendance at South Texas College will be sent to this campus e-mail account. For JagMail activation steps visit: https://mypassword.southtexascollege.edu/ click: STC JagMail. It is the students responsibility to check their JagMail account regularly and will be held responsible for viewing all communication sent by South Texas College.

DegreeWorks
Your South Texas College DegreeWorks portal is a comprehensive, easy-to-use, web-based academic advising and degree audit tool that helps students and their advisors successfully navigate curriculum requirements.

Blackboard
South Texas College uses the Blackboard platform for online courses.

Career Coach
Career Coach is an online career guidance resource that helps students choose the best academic pathway to a successful career in their local community. The website aligns high school, college, and career pathways into a single system, so schools can better track and measure their college and career readiness goals, while students prepare for and land internships, jobs, and more.

My Password
If you did not receive a letter with your username and temporary password OR you need to reset your password, please contact the South Texas College Help Desk at 956-872-2111, or via email at isphelp@southtexascollege.edu; the Student Information Center can also assist with providing, or resetting, your login at 956-872-8311.

Student Services

Library Services
South Texas College Library Services provides quality information resources and outstanding services to meet the research, instructional and learning needs of the South Texas College students, faculty, staff, and community. Library services and resources include: print and electronic books, magazines, journals, newspapers, video, and audio recordings; online Research Guides and library tutorials; computer labs and printing services; librarians and library staff who provide assistance in person, by email, phone, or chat; study rooms and group computer workstations.

Centers for Learning Excellence (Tutoring)
The South Texas College Centers for Learning Excellence (CLE) offers a welcoming and comfortable environment where students can receive high-quality tutoring and other academic support resources in a broad variety of subject areas; may access computer lab support with a variety of specialized software programs; private study rooms for student use with or without tutoring assistance; adaptive learning equipment; and numerous reference materials and learning resources.

Transfer Center/University Relations
The University Relations, Transfer, and Articulation Center provides students with resources on the transfer process, course transferability comparison, and contact information to 4-year universities.

Student Life

Leadership Academies
The Office of Student Activities and Wellness (SAW) offers many opportunities for South Texas College students to invest in their development as a leader. The student will learn to identify their unique leadership style so they can be aware of what practices are most useful for them and what strengths they bring to future employers or academic programs.

Recreational Sports
Intramural Sports offer opportunities for students to engage in a variety of recreational sports in a supportive and safe environment that enhances personal development, increases physical and mental health and encourages social interaction.

Student Organizations
Student organizations contribute to a vibrant college community by providing invaluable experiences and opportunities for students to grow as individuals, leaders, and community members. Student organizations provide students with the opportunity to supplement classroom work with activities that meet personal needs for recognition, growth, companionship, civic involvement and creative effort.

Student Handbooks

Academic Catalog
The South Texas College Catalog is a guide to course descriptions, academic programs, admission, tuition, and administrative information.

Student Handbook
The South Texas College Student Handbook provides you with information regarding classroom expectations, honor code, college services, students’ rights & responsibilities, etc.

Student Code of Conduct
The South Texas College Student Code of Conduct is an articulation of South Texas College’s commitment to maintaining an environment that recognizes and supports the rights of its students, while providing a guide for defining behaviors the College considers inappropriate. When students fail to act in accord with the rules and regulations of the South Texas College community the College holds them accountable for their actions.

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