When accessing the research databases and other e-resources from off campus, you will be prompted for your MySWC User ID and birthdate by the SWC off campus access system.
As a student your MySWC User ID is the first initial of your first and last names, 0 (zero) and your six digit student ID number (ignore leading zero if your ID is already seven digits).
Example: aa0123456 or aa1023339
Enter your birthdate in this format, month, day and year (mmddyy)
Example: December 1, 1984 would enter: 120184
Don't know your MySWC User ID? Visit https://webadvisor.swccd.edu/WebAdvisor/WebAdvisor? to retrieve your Student User ID
Once you enter your User ID and birthdate, you'll be able to use the databases, e-journals, e-books, and online videos just as if you were on campus.
Faculty and Staff User ID
- Your ID will be your network login username. If you cannot login using your network username as your login, try your WebAdvisor ID.
- Your password is your date of birth (mmddyy)
Visit this website to retrieve your WebAdvisor ID https://webadvisor.swccd.edu/WebAdvisor/WebAdvisor?
Help Needed with Off Campus Access
Additional help can be found on this website
Fill out an Off Campus Access Problem Report http://swccd.libguides.com/survey.php?survey_id=3818. A staff member will contact you to help resolve the problem within 24 hours (except weekends and holidays).Remote access to databases and electronic books is available to currently enrolled students, and currently employed faculty, and staff of Southwestern College.
Although the Southwestern College Libraries would like to offer open access to all information resources, license agreements with the publishers of our online databases, e-journals, and e-books require that only current SWC students, faculty, and staff be given access to these resources from off campus locations.
Non-enrolled library patrons can access our research databases and e-resources from computer stations located inside the library building.