Getting Started

All students who use or participate in activities led by the Student Success Center will need to complete the Online Service Contract that outlines our basic policies and procedures. You can fill out the contract online at this link, or you can come into one of our centers to get assistance. Once you submit the contract, you will be enrolled in LEARN 502–a zero-unit, non-graded, free course that will unlock the LEARN 502 Canvas course within 24-36 hours. From there, you can take advantage of any of the resources below and all the resources available online.

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an interactive academic program that incorporates hands-on learning activities for students enrolled in specific courses. Courses that are affiliated with SI will offer ongoing, weekly SI sessions that deliver course material in fun and engaging ways.

Statistically, those who regularly attend SI sessions see an increase in course achievement. SI session day and times will be determined by students’ availability in the course and will be geared to their needs.

To see a list of current SI classrooms, please click this link to view a Google doc of current teachers and sections that utilize SI leaders.

Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Center provides one-on-one and group tutoring assistance for any math or science course. Our tutors use independent learning strategies to help students better understand course concepts. Tutors will not do students’ works but will guide students through the material for a more holistic understanding.

Reading and Writing Center (RAWC pronounced “Rock”)

The Reading and Writing Center offers students one-on-one assistance with reading and writing strategies in ANY discipline. Our RAWC tutors are trained to assist students with any phase of the writing process for all courses and will help with reading skills for any textbook or literary form. We recognize that reading and writing skills are important across the curriculum and are equipped to help students at any stage preparedness.

Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA)

The MESA program is for students who have declared a major within mathematics, engineering or sciences. MESA is designed to help students within STEM fields excel academically, build community, participate in internships, capitalize on scholarship opportunities, and transfer to a four-year university. Click here to learn more about the MESA program and/or apply.