At CCSD we have a lot of resources to help you achieve academic success, all it takes is for you to take the first step and ask. If you have trouble accessing any of the resources please send an email to Taban.Bustani@cc-sd.edu or Robert.Pansacula@cc-sd.edu

On Ground Tutoring Request– Click here to be taken to the on-ground tutoring request page. After filling out the request, you’ll be contacted within 1 business day.

Online Tutoring (The Student Success Center)– Click here to enter the student success center.

  • This is an online classroom where you can get tutoring from a live person who is a subject matter expert.
  • They’ll be able to look up your assignments on Canvas and know exactly how to help you get an A.
  • If you are stuck on a concept, they’ll be able to explain to you.
  • Tutors can use screen-share or can remotely control your laptop to help you write your paper, code, or help you with programs on your computer.
  • Need help getting started on a paper or need someone to proofread it, this is the place to start.
  • If you have children in grade school, they can also use the online tutoring center for help.

The National City Tutor– The National City campus has a tutor that is eager to help you! Contact here for help with any classes. Michelle Etienne: michelle.etienne@cc-sd.edu

The Writing Center– Need help with papers? Submit your paper here or schedule an appointment for one-on-one online help. This is the place to get help for:

  • APA formatting and referencing
  • ideas
  • organization
  • grammar and mechanics
  • sentence fluency and structure
  • voice and word choice

The Study Hall Academic Resource Center (SHARC)– This is the place to access additional resources such as academic databases, library research guides, FAQs and more!

Are you struggling with work, life, balance? Do you have personal challenges that are preventing from becoming successful? At CCSD we understand life happens, accidents occur, people get sick, the list goes on and on. If you are experiencing anything that creates an obstacle to completing academic work or attending class please let us know so we help find solutions and give you the best advisement. Contact your instructor, student services, any of the Deans, or your faculty program advisor, WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED.

 

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