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Find important dates and deadlines for each term, including registration dates, financial aid deadlines, payment due dates, as well as the start and end of classes.
Get involved around campus—from attending social events and skillshops to participating in organizations or other student activities.
Advisors and counselors are available on every campus to meet with you on a walk-in basis to provide advising on career and academic planning, successful transition to a university and how to enhance college success skills.
Each campus offers various learning support resources, including computer labs, tutoring, skillshops, testing centers and writing consultations. These provide individualized help with class materials—from writing essays and solving math problems to completing science and humanities projects
Visit your campus library for a variety of needs—from research assistance and study areas to printing, scanning and copying services. You’ll also have access to the tools needed to succeed in class, such as computers and iPads, calculators, and databases and books.
Getting involved outside of class is key to your future success. Whether it is a club or organization, a work-study position, a leadership series or a co-curricular certificate, Student Development connects you to things you’re interested and passionate about around the college.
Financial services—from tuition and fees to financial aid and refunds—are handled by the Business Office. If you have questions or concerns regarding payments, financial forms or policies, visit one of their locations, give them a call or send an email.
Student Services provides assistance in various areas throughout your time at the college. This includes offering developmental advising—life, career and education planning—administering assessments, addressing academic and personal challenges, developing programs to encourage success skills, helping with university transfers, among other things.