Proxy Access Information
What is Proxy Access?
A proxy is a person that has been granted online access by a student to certain student records such as billing information, financial aid information, or grades. The proxy accesses the records through the web-based Proxy Account Access system.
What access is provided?
Students have the ability to grant or rescind access to specific record types such as billing information, financial aid information, or grades. Once granted, the proxy’s access is primarily view only regarding aspects of the student’s account. The only actionable access proxies’ may be granted will be the ability to make payments on a student’s account.
Who controls access?
Students are able to grant or rescind proxy access to only their own records.
How is access granted or rescinded?
Students grant proxy access through the use of the Proxy Account Access system. This system is available through the Self-Service suite of functionality found on the Student Portal. A student must include the proxy first name, last name, and email address in granting access. For detailed instructions click on the Instructions for Students button.
If I am a proxy, how do I know my Username & Password?
Financial Aid and Grade Proxy Access for Self-Service
If a proxy is new to Montgomery County Community College, a temporary password will be sent via email. If a proxy has a pre-existing account with Montgomery County Community College, the password associated with this account will be used. Proxies may call the MCCC Technical Help-Desk for assistance in remembering an ID value or changing passwords. The Help-Desk can be reached through 215-641-6495 or email@example.com.
Payment Proxy Access to the Payment Center
A proxy given access to the Payment Center will receive two emails from the Payment Office. If you forget your password, you may have a temporary password emailed to you via the Payment Center.