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UCC eLearning Portal And Everything You Must Know About It


UCC eLearning portal is the Learning Management System for the University of Cape Coast. The system is designed to help make learning and teaching easier for both students and lecturers.

As you know, universities use Learning Management Systems (LMS) to help make learning and teaching easier. Today we will be looking at the University of Cape Coast LMS which is simply known as the UCC eLearning portal and how to access it.

UCC eLearning

The University of Cape Coast eLearning portal works in the same way that every university LMS works. With the UCC eLearn portal, you can learn regardless of distance or location.

How the LMS works is that the lecturers will design or record lectures and upload them onto the platform. Students on the other hand can access these courses using their unique usernames and passwords.

What students and lecturers can do with this portal is not limited to only pre-recorded lectures and notes. The lecturers can put out quizzes on the platform and students will take their quizzes all through the UCC eLearning portal. Students can also submit their assignments and check their results through the same portal.


Now that you know a little about the UCC eLearning, let us take a look at how to log into the platform.

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UCC eLearning Login

To log into the portal, simply visit the portal URL: elearning.ucc.edu.gh. You should see a page similar to that of the screenshot below.

You will need your UCC institutional email or given username and password to be able to log into the platform. If you have it ready, simply input it as requested and click on the “log in” button.

In case you face any challenges while logging in, make sure you send a short mail to [email protected] to get the issue resolved.

If you have forgotten your username or password, then you don’t have to send a mail. Simply click on the “Forgotten Username or Password” link and follow the procedure to retrieve them back.