Programs and Services
Programs and Services for Faculty
New Faculty Advising Workshop — A seminar for new faculty members on utilizing the theory and techniques of developmental advising, mentoring, as well as orientation to academic policies, services, and resources on campus and in the community.
New Faculty Advisor Handbook — Guide to quality academic advising providing information on developmental advising theory, communication skills, academic policies, referral skills, campus resources, financial aid, and much more.
Resource Library — Sources on teaching, advising, and classroom management. The library is also available for advising sessions.
Programs and Services for Students
Academic Assistance/Homework Help Groups — A free tutoring service for undergraduate courses offered every semester including summer sessions. Peer tutors who have demonstrated mastery of the subjects tutored conduct the small group sessions. The primary focus is on introductory core courses including mathematics, physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, and computer science. Many other courses are tutored depending on need and qualified tutor availability. Tutors must have passed the course they tutor with a B or better and have a faculty recommendation.
Academic Referral Program — An early intervention program designed to identify and help students when they show signs of academic difficulty. The teaching faculty is asked to refer students to the CSS for assistance during the third week of the semester. Students on academic probation are contacted by the CSS during the first week of the semester and asked to come in for academic planning and assistance.
Academic Counseling — Individual and group counseling is offered to help students identify their learning style and develop academic success skills such as task and stress management, study skills, and adaptive choice-making.
Academic Skills Resource Library — Multiple sources available for students to assist them with skill development. The library is available for study groups and homework assistance.
Academic Success Skills Workshops —monthly workshops to help students improve various study skills (such as test-taking, time management, and stress management) as well as learn to deal with habits such as procrastination and perfectionism.