Pipeline and Google Account Access Information
Access to your Pipeline account can expire if you have not been actively enrolled and completing courses. If you are returning to take classes, re-applying for admission will restore your access. You can do this here: https://sbcc.edu/apply/index.php Account access to Pipeline is usually restored within 1-2 days after submitting an application for admission.
Former student just looking for a transcript or history of courses taken? Pipeline access is not needed. Order transcripts here: https://sbcc.edu/transcript/
Former student just needing to pay a bill? Please contact the Cashier's Office for options here: https://sbcc.edu/fiscalservices/cashier/
PLEASE NOTE: Pipeline, google, and all associated school resources are to be used only for school related business.New, or returning former student: Once you initially open or re-open a Pipeline account by applying to the college, you are given access to most features and resources, but full access won’t be granted until you enroll in a course. Until then, the following restrictions apply:
Your Pipeline account will be fully active and available to you while you are actively enrolled in courses. If you are not enrolled in courses, restrictions may apply. Below are scenarios.
- Pipeline email: Sending and receiving email to SBCC email accounts only (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) Email to and from non-SBCC email accounts will not be sent or received.
- Pipeline Google Apps: No access to google drive, docs, sheets, forms, and slides.
The day after you enroll in a course, those restrictions are lifted and you will have full access.
If you do not enroll and complete a course within two regular semesters (Spring or Fall) the limited access google account will be subjected to deprovisioning and eventually deleted. (Note: academic records, personal information, transcripts, etc., will not be deleted and are kept in Admissions and Records.)