SacCT GUEST ACCOUNTS
Adding Users to your SacCT Courses
What is an Active Saclink Account:
Any Instructor, Student, or Staff on campus will have an active Saclink Account. This is the username and password that is used to log into all connected campus systems, and is generally the first part of the user's email address on campus.
Add users to my course with an Active Saclink Account:
- In your course, locate the Control Panel menu, on left
- Select Users and Groups section
- Click Users
- On the Users page, click Find Users to Enroll
- In the Username field type in the user’s saclink ID (do not click browse)
- Select a Role from the drop down menu (most likely Student or TA)
- Click Submit
Add users to my course with no Saclink Account?
In order to add a user to a SacCT course, they must have a valid Sac State account (saclink). For students or instructors auditing the class who do not have a saclink yet, you will need to request a guest account be created for each user.
To request a guest account, please go to the online form: SacLink Sponsored Guest Request Form and follow the instructions on this page.
If you have questions about this process, please contact the IRT Service Desk directly at (916) 278-7337 or in person in AIRC 2005.
After a guest account has been created you can add that user to your SacCT course using the instructions above for users who have an active saclink account. If you encounter issues adding users to your SacCT course please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your course name and guest account information.
Last updated: May 2, 2016
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