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Step One: Go to Blackboard

  • You can find the Blackboard site here, or you can click on the Blackboard link on the bottom of NWC's webpage.

Step Two: Enter your username and Password
  • Enter your UA Username and Password on the left hand side of Blackboard (shown below)
  • Your username and password for Blackboard is the same username for your UA Mail. The username is typically your first two initials followed by your full last name, e.g. John Doe Salmon would be jdsalmon.
  • Once you have entered in your username and password, proceed to step three: login

Don't know your username and or password? Step Three: Login

  • Click Login (shown above)
Problems logging in? Don't Panic!
  • Click on the link To log in again please click here to try it again (shown below)
  • Make sure your caps and numlock are correctly turned on or off
  • If you still can't login, reset your password with the Easy Login Maintenance Option bb login mouse.jpg
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