Upcoming Network Outage / Service Delay

alert icon (1) Upcoming Network Outage: On Saturday, August 5th from 7:30AM to roughly 5:00PM, many of our servers and services will be unavailable due to extensive electrical work in the main server room at Newtown Campus. Network and phone service may also be disrupted during this time. (2) Service Delay: We are currently experiencing longer load times for our online application. We apologize for this delay and appreciate your patience.
More details about the upcoming network outage

Academic Resources for Students

Our primary goal is for you to succeed. With that in mind, we offer a variety of services and programs to help you achieve your academic and career goals.

What kind of help can I get?

We have more than a dozen programs and services to provide what you need. Among them are:

  • Academic coaching, which provides support, helps establish educational plans, and assists in shaping your behavior to achieve your educational goals.
  • At-Risk Early Alert, which identifies and assists students determined to be "at risk" due to academic or personal factors.
  • Academic support centers, which provide tutoring and teach study/life skills.
  • Academic support services blog, which gives you an outlet for your opinions of the Academic support services.
  • Adult basic education, which, if you are 16 or older and not enrolled in public schools, teaches basic skills to start or continue your education.
  • Assessment Center, which provides Wonderlic, GED, WorkKeys, computer literacy, business, and industry testing.
  • Focus Assessment, which helps you choose or change your major and identify your preferences or early choice of a career field.
  • Transition education, which provides instruction in basic reading, writing, math, and study strategies.
  • Master Advising Center, which provides academic advising.
  • Online tutoring, which serves you through the Internet.
  • Peer and professional tutoring, through which exceptional fellow students and faculty offer help.
  • Student Success Plans, an opportunity to learn practical study skills and develop motivation to help you achieve your educational goals.
  • Supplemental instruction, which provides a tutor to attend class with you and to hold study sessions to facilitate academic growth.
  • TRIO Student Support Services, a federally funded program providing outreach and support, if you are an eligible low-income, first-generation, or disabled student.
  • Focus on Reading, which helps you better comprehend writing, use knowledge to make decisions, achieve academic and professional skills, and become a more productive and informed member of society.

What kind of tutoring help can I get?

Our tutors help you study certain subjects, proofread papers, offer individual and group study sessions, assist with e-mail and computers, and provide other services requested by instructors.

What kind of computer services do we have?

We have computers you can use, Internet access, and a wide variety of programs, including:

  • Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Access, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, and InfoPath)
  • Corel WordPerfect
  • Cliffs StudyWare (ACT, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Economics, Physics, and Statistics)
  • Photoshop
  • Grammar Exercises
  • Maple V
  • Keyboarding Pro
  • MicroPace Pro
  • Minitab
  • Visual Studio
  • Adobe Pagemaker
  • Reading Road Trip
  • Graphical Analysis
  • Starry Night