All our students are welcome to receive tutoring either by appointment or by coming to the Student Success Center during regular hours of operation. Carefully selected student tutors and ASUCQ Faculty members are available to help in a variety of topics such as Chemistry, Physics, Math, French, amongst other courses offered on campus. There is no limit to how often or how long students may receive tutoring, but the Student Success Center advocates for students to use these services as often as wanted and to set up reoccurring appointments if they know they need ongoing assistance.
This service is provided by the Student Success Center staff members so that students receive the necessary support with an issue that might be affecting the students’ academic success or wellbeing. It covers a wide variety of topics such as cover letter and resumé revisions to the Restart program. This process aids in the student retention process and the identification of student needs within our campus.
Students who obtain a term OR cumulative GPA below a 2.0 are placed on Academic Probation. These students must complete the following list of requirements:
Students whose term AND cumulative GPA is below a 2.0 are placed in Academic Suspension. These students must complete the following list of requirements:
These therapy sessions, led by the school psychologist, help students through any issues from their personal, family, social, or academic life. Counseling includes evaluation, orientation, intervention, and referral to a specialist if necessary. The objective of counseling is to provide students with the necessary tools and guidance so that their overall quality of life improves; therefore, proactively, and positively improving their academic progress.
Students who require special accommodations for class work and exams can approach the SSC staff who will have a one-on-one counseling session with the student. Once the need is identified, our SSC staff will refer the student to our school psychologist and medical services to get a professional diagnosis. These reports will be communicated to the individual parties that it concerns to facilitate the student’s chances at success.
Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm / Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Tutoring Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
SSC Director: email@example.com
These tutoring services are provided by a group of volunteer faculty members and student tutors. Tutoring is provided for courses such as: Developmental Math, Physics, College Algebra and Calculus. It is a space where you will often find your peers gathering to do their homework and making use of the whiteboards and windows to teach one another.
The Writing Center is a specialized part of the SSC that gives students one on one help in areas such as grammar, content, format, style, and research. Whether students want help getting started on a project, need a completed essay reviewed, or just want to strengthen their English skills, the Writing Center is prepared to help with any goal or project.
Tutoring in the Communication & Arts Center focuses on the oral communication. Students can make previous appointments or as walk-ins and receive additional support for speeches, debates, or presentations for a class. Peer-facilitated studying for the Fine Arts classes is also conducted at the Communications and Arts Center.