Academic Success Center
Our Peer Tutor's must have two recommendations from faculty, an A or B in the subject they are tutoring, complete an interview process and complete a College Reading and Learning Association certified training program.
Fall and Spring Hours
8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday and Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday
- Net Tutor Available 24/7 in Canvas!
Academic Success Center Coordinator/SSS Advisor
Frequently Asked Questions
The Academic Success Center and TRIO Student Support Services are both located in the Academic Building in Room #130.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded TRIO program that provides opportunities for academic development, assists scholars in meeting basic college requirements, and serves to motivate scholars towards the successful completion of their post-secondary education. There are program eligibility requirements involved with this program. Ready to apply for the TRIO Student Support Services Program? Start the application process today.
ASC hours are 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday,Thursday and 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays during a typical semester. During the summer hours may vary.
All ICC peer tutors complete a training program certified by the College Reading and Learning Association and must meet specific requirements to tutor. They are evaluated at mid-semester and at the end of each term.
Peer tutors hours are posted by subject in the Academic Building.
Students can receive tutoring in the ASC , online using skype, zoom, etc. Peer tutors are also available by appointment in the library during their weekend hours.
Students can walk in to the ASC to use computers and study, for a peer tutoring session or for a place to be between classes.
Students can request a scheduled appointment on this page or in person.
This list can vary each semester but we try to have the following subjects covered:
- College Algebra
- Intermediate Algebra
- Beginning Algebra
- English Skills
- Composition Prep
- English Composition I
- English Composition II
- U.S. History I & II
- World History I & II
- Physical Science
- Computer Concepts and Applications
- Theatre Appreciation
- U.S. Government
- Music Apprecation
- General Biology
- Biology I & II
- General Psychology
- Art Appreciation
- Public Speaking
- Intro to Literature
If you need help in another subject please ASK! Tutors can also assist with creating flash cards and study guides, reviewing notes and test preparation!
There are Chromebooks students can check out to use while in the ASC. Instructors can also check out Chromebooks to use in smaller classrooms – there are 12 available.
If you would like to host a study hall in the ASC or schedule a study group for a specific course please contact the ASC Coordinator.
During/after a tutoring session, peer tutors and tutoring clients complete a “Tutor Contact Form.” The Tutoring Center collects data from these forms and then provides a copy of the form to each instructor. Student Support Services also collects and maintains copies of forms for program participants.
The ASC is staffed by the ASC Coordinator and peer tutors. Student Support Services (a federal TRIO grant) and the ASC are co-located. This co-location allows the ASC to be open for around 60 hours a week. The ASC and SSS program work hard to maintain this level of service to students.
Each semester during “dead week” or the week before finals, the ASC will increase hours to meet student need.
To further assist students, online peer tutoring is available by appointment only. Students can also take advantage of "Net Tutor" located within Canvas.
The ASC hosts “Living Room Conversations." For more information about Living Room Conversations, check out www.livingroomconversations.org
Monthly seminars are also hosted in AC 132 or in other areas of campus. Topics include: notes, reading textbooks, memory, using visualization in notes and more! Seminars are scheduled at various times to try and accommodate students but any department, activity or sport can request a seminar for study hall or as an activity for students.
- Academic Success Center
- Outreach and Assistance Programs
- Adult Education
- Course Schedules
- Final Exams
- IT Help Desk
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