I happen to be among the students of Colegio de Dagupan, and am currently taking up a degree in Information Technology. The school, while it has strengths in other fields of study, has established a good reputation in the my course. Currently, it boasts the CODE (Center of Development for Excellence in IT Education) label among others.
The institution claims to be a high-tech school as is sung by its populace. In fact, the school hymn starts off with this line: “In a hi-tech school | That’s where we’ve been here in Dagupan“. The claim of being hi-tech, is not reduced to a mere hymn, however, because the facilities back it up. Out front, the school boasts a big screen which showcases achievements such as a visually appealing list of board exam passers. The main entrance also shouts hi-tech, as it utilizes three turn-style machines (if that’s what those things are called), pretty much like those you’d find in supermarkets. The difference, however, is that it has a sensor on which you have to swipe your school ID before it unlocks and lets you into the campus. Also, a monitor screen displays the basic information about those who have just gone through the entrance. Among the things that back up the school’s claim of being hi-tech is its website, which recently received a much-awaited overhaul.
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In the website, a wealth of information regarding the school can be found. It has many different modules, but one is especially beneficial to the students. It’s named myCDD, a portal for both students and faculty. The features of the said portal include a profile with basic contact information, an online schedule which reflects the schedule of the currently enrolled subjects, a search for subjects which allows users to somehow come up with and choose their own schedules prior to enrolment, and last but not least, a link for viewing the user’s grades. What follows is a short and simple tutorial for CdD students.
HOW TO VIEW YOUR GRADES
- Access myCdD. (The link will take you to the login page, seen below.)
- Login by typing your ID number and Password. (By default, the password would be your birthdate.)
- Click on “Grades” on the right navPane. (This should take you to a screen similar to the one below.)
Yes, I blocked out the columns for grades and instructors. The reason should be pretty obvious, right?
Quick tip: Don’t forget to log off your account, especially when using public computers!