After Reading This Page, Do the Following:
- Log in to eCampus and explore your available classes. (15 minutes)
- Look at additional
eCampus tutorials to learn how to use it. (15 minutes)
What Is eCampus?
eCampus is the online classroom where you will access your Dallas College classes.
Note: Classes become available at 8 a.m. the Wednesday before the start of the term.
It is important to be ready for learning online from day one. Please take time to read the
Technology Requirements and make sure you have access to the appropriate technology.
Log In to eCampus
Step 1: Go to ecampus.dcccd.edu.
Important: The recommended internet browsers are Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome. Do not use Internet Explorer.
Step 2: Select “Access My Courses Now.”
Step 3: Log in with your Dallas College username and password.
Explore Tools and Features in eCampus
NEW Navigation Menu
You can select any link from the left-hand navigation menu anywhere in eCampus and in all your courses. To learn more about the new navigation,
Basic eCampus Tutorials
Additional Online Tools
Your instructor might use video conferencing tools for office hours or other class meetings at specific times. (Your instructor might call them online, live and/or synchronous sessions.) Your instructor might also require that you use a particular tool so you can take tests in a more secure environment.
Many instructors and college services use a video conferencing tool to connect with students.
Click the links below to learn more about Dallas College tools for video conferencing (if one is required for your class):
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra works seamlessly with eCampus. You may have access to Collaborate within your course and/or if your instructor provides you with a link to join the session.
Microsoft Teams is part of Microsoft Office 365, which is available to everyone at Dallas College.
To log in to Teams, use your eConnect username and password. To access Teams, use one of the following methods:
Webex is another video conferencing tool available to instructors.
Respondus LockDown Browser
Your instructor might require that you take your online tests using a secured web browser called Respondus LockDown Browser. You might also be required to have a webcam and be monitored during the test.
Note: A computer is required to use the LockDown Browser. It does not work on mobile devices.
Where Do I Get Help?
Have questions or concerns about eCampus? The Dallas College Technical Support team is available 24/7 to assist you.
972-669-6402 or toll-free
866-374-7169 (Dual Credit students: Call
Chat with a technician or check out the