Your Chegg Skills dashboard will be your landing page throughout your Chegg Skills experience. From your dashboard, you will be able to view your course progress, access important contacts, get help when you need it, and take shortcuts to where you need to go in your curriculum. The following information will help you understand and manage the details on your dashboard.
Set or reset your account password
- Click the Forgot password link on the login screen or enter the email address associated with your Chegg Skills account here.
- Make sure to check your spam and any alternate/filtered folders for the reset email; oftentimes the automated emails can be found there.
How do I update my profile or settings?
From the Settings section of your dashboard, you can update key information about yourself such as your name, email address, and location.
- Navigate to your dashboard
- Click on your initials or image in the top right corner of the page. This will open a dropdown menu.
- From this menu, you can update your Profile, Password, and Availability.
- Your Profile information includes the following information about you:
- Email address
- Machine information
- Social / networking information
- Your Availability information will communicate the times that you are available for mentorship to help you pair with a mentor.
What do the Due soon, Past due, and Complete items mean?
The progress banner at the top of your dashboard helps you know if you're currently on pace to graduate from your course by its scheduled end date. The due dates projected in the banner are spaced according to the progress Chegg Skills expects students to make each week toward their scheduled end date. Especially if you're enrolled in a self-paced program, these due dates can serve as a guide for how much work you should expect to complete each week.
If you begin to fall far enough behind that expected pace, the top banner will project that you are falling behind or at risk of dismissal. If you see these indicators at the top of your dashboard, this is a good time to make use of the resources available to you to help you get back on track.