Academic & Accessibility Support Center
The Academic & Accessibility Support Center is committed to providing services to help students achieve academic success. The Center supplements the classroom experience with individual and group assistance from professional staff and peer tutors, who help students develop specific strategies for learning, time management, test preparation, test-taking and other skills required for success in the college classroom.
The Academic & Accessibility Support Center also provides disability support and accommodations for students with documented disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990; ADAAA, 2008), the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Fair Housing Act, and other applicable laws.
The Academic & Accessibility Support Center is committed to helping all students achieve academic success. Individual appointments are available for students who would like to improve their academic performance.
Services provided include (but are not limited to):
- 1:1 help with:
- Greyhound Tutoring Program, course specific peer tutoring, is available either by appointment or drop-in tutoring. Learn more about Greyhound Tutoring by clicking here.
- Accessibility support is available to students with documented disabilities who require classroom and other accommodations, as outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Contact AASC for detailed information about documentation requirement and accommodations by clicking here.
- Academic coaching is available for help with identifying personal strengths and achieving other goals related to individual academic achievement and success.
- Extended absence notification is sent to faulty when a student must miss two or more days of class for reasons of illness, injury, or family emergency. It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Academic & Accessibility Support Center int he event of an extended absence and to communicate directly with faculty about completing missed assignments. Read more on extended absences by clicking here.
- Referrals to other campus support services.