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Student Academic Resources

Student Academic Resources

Campus Services that Support Student Success

Academic Achievement Center  (AAC)           588-5088         Tamarack, 2nd Floor

  • Free peer tutoring for registered students in most subjects and study skills
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI); group tutoring and review led by specially trained tutors
  • Computers with free printing & study area for individuals and groups

CalWORKs                                                         588-5148                   Sequoia

  • Assistance with textbooks, childcare, and transportation for eligible students
  • Counseling services and academic/personal enrichment workshops

Counseling                                                       588-5109                   Sequoia

  • Academic, career, and personal counseling for general students

Disability Services (DSPS)                            588-5130                    Toyon

  • Serves students with verified disabilities that limit the educational process
  • Academic, career, and personal counseling for DSPS students
  • Specialized academic assistance and mobilityassistance in accessing educational facilities & resources
  • High Tech Center, alternate media and adaptive computer equipment

EOPS/CARE                                                    588-5130                    Toyon

  • Academic, career, personal counseling and academic/career workshops
  • Priority Registration, textbook and parking permit or bus pass cost assistance
  • CARE services include help with child care costs, meals, texts, and transportation

Financial Aid                                                  588-5105                     Sequoia

  • Information about student financial aid, scholarships and veterans services

Fir Computer Lab                                            588-5344                     Fir 1 & 4

  • Open computer lab for students in Computer Science courses; see Class Schedule for hours
  • Course-specific software including ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Free printing for assigned Computer Science coursework

Health Services                                             588-5204                      Juniper 2

  • A registered nurse and mental health counselor offer services to enrolled students
  • Health supplies and info on free and low cost community health care
  • Reference books, pamphlets, and resting cot

Instructional Technology Center  (ITC)      588-5011          Tamarack Hall, Rm 134

  • Assistance with producing and creating multimedia materials
  • Variety of multimedia software programs & equipment available for student use
  • Online Blackboard orientations and drop-in help (Student Helpdesk Webpage

Library Services                                          588-5119                    Tamarack Hall

  • Print and electronic resources for academic research
  • Librarian assistance with conducting research and accessing library resources
  • Computers and study rooms available for student use

Math Resource Center   (Math Lab)             588-5276                    Juniper 5

  • Tutorial assistance by staff & instructors in all math courses; centrally located near math faculty offices
  • Computers, graphing calculators, current math textbooks, and other resources for student use

Student Employment Services                                                       Sequoia

  • Job Placement Services (588-5312) provides employment opportunities for current students
  • Work Experience (588-5148) offers students 1-4 units per semester for paid & unpaid work assignments

Student Center                                           588-2174                     Ponderosa

  • Comfortable environment for students to meet, relax, hold discussions, workshops & club meetings
  • Computers, printing, copy and fax machines, TV and outside patio area
  • Student Government ( 588-5270 ), the Food Bank & list of county resources (free meals, showers, etc.)

Student Success Workshop Series

  • Free workshops for all students on topics including Study Skills, Scholarships, College Financial Planning and more! 

TRiO Student Support Services               588-5145                     Sequoia

  • Intensive academic, career, and transfer counseling/step-by-step advising
  • Peer mentoring groups, priority registration, and field trips to 4-year universities
  • Specialized workshops for scholarships and financial literacy