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The Academic Resource Center offers services which will assist students in becoming confident, independent learners. Some resources available to students include:
The Academic Resource Center Computer Lab provides state of the art computers equipped with the latest version of Windows and Microsoft Office for academic use. Two Laserjet printers afford high quality printing; and the student friendly staff puts forth every effort to ensure an environment that is conducive for learning.
A classroom equipped with computer, smart board and overhead projector.
Peer tutoring and Supplemental Instruction are programs which seek to improve the quality of academic life for students. For more information on getting help with your studies, follow this link to tutoring services.
Eight study cubicles provide ideal space for independent study or one-on-one tutoring. Students may connect laptops or other devices to the internet with wireless connection.
A Math Tutoring Center provides students an opportunity to receive walk-in tutoring for many math courses up to Calculus II. The Math Tutoring Center is located in Room 120 of the Academic Resource Center. The hours for the Math Center are:
Mon-Tues: 11:00 am-6:00 pm
Wed-Thurs: 2:00-6:00 pm
Friday: 11:00 am-1:00 pm
The Academic Center for Excellence has rooms available to be reserved by faculty, staff, organizations, Supplemental Instruction Leaders, Tutors, and Study Group leaders. Rooms are available 24/7 and are accessible after regular business hours through the help of Campus Security. To reserve a room, a Room Reservation Form must be completed and turned into the Academic Resource Center at least three days before the date of event. The contact person listed on the form will be notified through email of approval and a copy of the approved request will be attached to the email. The form may be obtained and completed at the Academic Resource Center, or here.
Practice Compass Tests:
Improving Study Skills:
- College Student Study Tips
- How-to-Study.com: A Study Skills Resource Site
- Regents' Writing and Reading Skills
- Mind Tools: Learning Styles
Research and Writing: