You are assigned a personal counselor who will assist you with any issues that may affect your academic progress. Counselors make referrals to community agencies when necessary.
Your SSS counselor is assigned as your academic advisor and will assist you in the adjustment to the college environment and developing an academic plan.
Free academic assistance is offered outside the classroom. Individualized tutoring is available on a limited basis for developmental English and math courses. Content courses and ESL tutoring are also available through the Learning Assistance Center free of charge. Contact your counselor to obtain an application for individualized tutoring for development English and math courses.
Academic progress is monitored by requesting at least one evaluation from professors each semester.
Workshops and seminars are offered throughout the year on a variety of topics that may enhance college success.
Group and individualized assistance is available to help you with the transfer process. Assistance is also offered to assist you in securing financial aid at the upper division school. As least one visitation to a four-year college is planned each year.
Assistance is provided to aid you in determining compatible careers. FOCUS (a computerized interest inventory), written assessments (individual sessions), workshops and seminars are utilized.
The College Student Inventory is used to identify tendencies towards educational stress. You and your and counselor will develop appropriate intervention strategies.
Educational and cultural activities are planned throughout the year that encourage individual development, enhance cultural enrichment and increase knowledge of educational and career opportunities. Activities include but are not limited to plays, lectures, and visits to transfer institutions. This year's cultural activity is enjoying an evening of jazz and dinner at Drexel University's renowned theater and cafe in Philadelphia, PA. For more information, please review the attached flyer.