Independence Community College is pleased to expand support services offered to nontraditional learners.
“With the expansion of these services, we are hoping to be more accessible to students with atypical schedules,” explained Taylor Crawshaw, Vice President of Academic Affairs. “Letting these students know they have the same resources as students taking classes during the workday allows them the flexibility to plan their schedule around their busy lives.”
Expanded services, including dedicated study groups and tutoring support, will be offered during the evenings in the Academic Success Center, with the option to schedule appointments over the weekend. Each student will receive one-on-one support from an assigned Student Success Coach to help them throughout their college career.
Full-time and part-time schedules are available to students on campus or online with financial assistance available for either option. Students can also participate in Student Organization Leadership roles, including but not limited to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
For more information on additional resources for students, please visit https://www.indycc.edu/learning/adult-education.