The Student Success Center is serving as a key resource to students during the transition to remote instruction.
Students may email email@example.com or call (740) 351-4319. The service is staffed from 8 am to 9 pm Monday through Friday.
The Student Success Center. It’s where you belong.
The Student Success Center is here to help you succeed. We are the hub of learning and academic support on campus — and want to see you here, whether you have a specific tutoring or advising need, or you just need a space to think. Here, you'll find tables where you can study alone or with a group, computers for your use, professional academic advisors, and learning support that includes academic coaching, peer tutoring, and supplemental instruction (SI).
Call, email, or walk-in to get the help you need to be successful. We look forward to serving you and we hope that you will make the Student Success Center your "go to" place on campus when you’re looking for a friendly face and a place where you belong.
Services to Help You Succeed
Our professional academic advisors for University College, College of Professional Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, and College Credit Plus will help you navigate through your college journey and chart your course to graduation. In addition, they will assist you in applying to selective programs and finding the resources you need to succeed. They are your partners.
Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction
Our peer tutors and SI leaders are trained and are students who excel at the subject matter for which they are tutoring. NEW FALL 2018, we now have a dedicated space for our tutoring and supplemental instruction in lab 111 within the Student Success Center.
In addition to academic advising and our tutoring and SI program, we also provide several testing services. For currently registered students, we offer make-up testing arranged by your instructor. In addition, we provide placement testing using Accuplacer for students 21 and over and non-degree seeking students. We also offer proctored testing through PearsonVUE, ETS, Millers Analogy Test, and for students taking online coursework through other institutions that require proctored testing.