The Office of Learning Assistance works in cooperation with various academic and social support groups to provide students with additional support services.
We meet you wherever you are and will support you wherever you need to be.
The Adult Basic and Literacy Education is a walk-in facility (no appointment necessary) for students getting ready for college.
The College Readiness program is classes specifically designed to enhance students’ reading, writing or math skills while they are enrolled part-time in college courses.
The Get Up To Speed program consists of two classes for the “almost ready” college students that the students complete before the fall semester begins.
The Math Blitz is a pre-term, intense review of basic math skills that allows students to review enough math so that they are prepared to enroll in MTH101, College Algebra, in the fall.
The Academic Early Warning System is a way for professors to communicate with students via email that the professor has concerns about the student’s academic performance and what support services the students can access to get the support they need.
Structured Learning Assistance for MTH002 & MTH101 involves an additional day of practice/learning with a peer facilitator leading the math session on Friday.
The Veterans Upward Bound program is a federally funded program that works solely with veterans who are returning to college.