Student Supportive Services

Although no one expects you to memorize the variety of supportive services available to students, we would love you to browse these pages when you have a chance. We also hope that when you meet with students, or encounter students who you feel could use some supportive services, that you are able to refer back to these pages.
  • The Disabled Students Center, located in SR208-1, offers a wide range of services to students with various types of physical, learning, and testing disabilities. The college supports the recommendation of the center for special accommodations of disabled students. Please see your division chair if you have any questions regarding these accommodations.
  • The Learning Center, located in AD232, recognizes the complex needs of our diverse student population in both academic and occupational programs. In cooperation with faculty and staff, they support student success by encouraging a variety of learning strategies, elevating students’ confidence, and empowering students to achieve their highest potential. The Learning Center offers students scheduled, free tutoring for two half-hour sessions each week.
  • The Math Discovery Center, located in AS103, offers free drop-in tutoring and mathematics related computer programs. Selected student tutors and/or faculty members are available to answer brief questions and give short explanations about all levels of math courses. No appointment is necessary.
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program that offers collaborative learning workshops for participating classes. The workshops focus on critical thinking and problem solving exercises centered on the course material. They are scheduled outside of class time and they are led by trained student leaders. All the workshops are free to students.
Student Services Booklet - This booklet provides a detailed guide in how to refer students to the appropriate service or program on campus.

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