Getting started at YCCD

Welcome to YCCD, our goal is to provide you with the best support and training resources so that you can leverage most of the technology being used throughout the district. Please take time to go through all of the guides, they will help with your academic endeavors at YCCD.

Obtaining Your YCCD Login Information:

As a new student, the first and most important step is obtaining your YCCD Student ID number. Your Student-ID combined with your password will give you access to resources throughout YCCD including our services across Woodland and Yuba Community Colleges and Centers.

Obtaining your YCCD Student ID Number and Password

  • Once you have submitted your online application with your current email address, you will receive an email confirming your acceptance and providing information on your student ID number.
  • After receiving your student ID, log into PortalGuard and change your password.
  • Great! Now you’ll be able to use your YCCD student ID number and this password across the district.
  • Note some services may require a pre/post fix to your Student ID and will be noted on the login pages…this is commonly referred to as the WebAdvisor ID

Resources available to you: 

Once you have received your Student ID and have reset your password you will have access to following services:

  • MyCampus Portal – this is the gateway to all of your technology tools plus so much, much more. Start your day here!
    • Links to sign into services available to you; such as WebAdvisor, Canvas, Email (via Office 365), One Drive, etc.
    • Stay up to date via viewing announcements, calendar events, and  social media feeds.
    • Stay connected with Team Sites – access information related to your classes and groups you’re involved in.
    • To learn more, please read the ‘MyCampus Portal Guide for Students‘ at
    • To login directly navigate to
  • Office 365 Business – is an online office suite of applications by Microsoft and they work across all your devices seamlessly. Included services are online outlook (email), calendars, people (contacts), Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and much more.
  • Canvas – is your virtual class room environment for online courses. Many of your professors may require you to use Canvas for your on campus courses. Canvas allows students access to course materials, participate with classmates, take exams, and upload homework assignments.