Student Resources, Help and FAQ

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Student success in online education is very important to us. Here are a few basic guidelines you should consider prior to starting classes.

ONLINE DOES NOT MEAN EASIER: Successful online students have to be very proactive in their studies and take responsibility for their learning. The classes are NOT easier than campus classes – just offered in a different format. Be willing to commit the time necessary to be successful. Online classes require much more time than a face-to-face class. Logging in daily and completing work ahead of schedule are important for success.

TIME MANAGEMENT: While there are many reasons to take an online course, one of the most frequent reasons students choose these courses is because of the convenience. Whether you have a full-time job, don’t want to fight traffic, or are raising a family, balancing school and personal obligations can become a juggling act. Time management may be the biggest factor in succeeding at your online course. Stay organized and avoid procrastination. You will not have someone there face-to-face to remind you of assignments. Schedule more time than you think you need for assignments and tests.

COMPUTER ACCESS, INTERNET, COMPUTER SKILLS: It is essential that students have reliable access to a computer and the internet either at home or on campus! Have a backup plan for your computer, printer, and internet. Save all completed assignments as a backup. Computer skills like using email, uploading files, and navigating a website are also important. It is essential to make sure you have the correct computer software.

ONLINE DOES NOT MEAN EVERYTHING ONLINE: Understand that certain online courses will require some time on campus, for example, some midterm or final exams and certain courses with labs will require you come to campus. Check the course syllabus or contact an advisor to find out more information.

CALENDAR: After registration, students will not have access to log on to their online classes until the first day online classes begin. Check the UACCH academic calendar for the current semester start dates.

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Need help accessing Blackboard, MyUAHT, UAHT student email? We Are here to help. Please contact the Purtle Advising Center and an advisor will walk you through your questions and the login process.

Purtle Advising Center

Front Desk: 870-722-8124 – Please be sure to leave a detailed message. All voicemail messages are emailed to the PAC Team.


Aimee Hooker
Transfer Advising Coach

Misty Hughes
Director of Advising

Ginger  Russell
PAC Administrative Assistant

Cassi Steed
Health Professions Advising Coach
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Desktop/Laptop Instructions

Mobile Instructions

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Once you have located the current schedule of classes, click the LOGIN link next to your COURSE ID. You will then be asked for a USER ID and PASSWORD. Your User ID is your first initial followed by your last name followed by the last four digits of your UACCH student ID number (not your social security number). Your password is your birthday, two digits for the month, two digits for the day, and four digits for the year. Use no punctuation or spaces in either of these. Example: John Smith (student ID of 123456789 and birthdate of March 1, 1987)

User ID: jsmith6789
Password: 03011987

Students will not be able to log on to their online classes until the first day of classes. Check the online academic calendar listed below for the current semester dates.

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