Our commitment to student success includes helping you manage your academic studies. Students enrolled in credit courses may take advantage of many resources designed to help with the successful completion of their course work. Through a variety of academic support services, we offer tools, strategies, and advice to help students build the academic skills necessary for success at 4Cs.
The Tutoring Center provides assistance in a variety of subjects in one-to-one and small group settings. Peer tutoring is available as an academic resource that helps students through shared learning. Additional information and contact information is available at The Tutoring Center.
The Math Learning Center is available to students who want to study in small groups; work on mathematics homework with assistance available; clear up a specific math problem; work with a tutor; or, refer to other textbooks covering similar information. Additional information and contact information is available at The Math Learning Center.
The Reading and Writing Resource Center is staffed with learning specialists and peer tutors offering drop-in tutoring for students looking for assistance in their writing and reading assignments. The Reading and Writing Resource Center, located in Maureen M. Wilkens Hall, Room 108, is also an active work space for those in the process of writing papers. Additional information and contact information is available at The Reading and Writing Resource Center.
Online Tutoring gives students access to tutoring in math, writing, accounting, statistics, research, and the life sciences. This online service is offered free of charge to students enrolled in credit courses. The link to online tutoring may be found in Moodle, the College's online learning platform. Additional information is available at Online Tutoring.