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TRIO - Student Support Services

Student Support Services is here to help you navigate obstacles that make getting a college education a challenge by offering tutoring, educational counseling, skill-development workshops and cultural development.
Staff:

Darin Coleman
Director of Student Support Services
(843) 921-6942
dcoleman@netc.edu

Wendy Woods
Student Support Services Counselor
(843) 921-6943
wewoods@netc.edu

Linda Campbell
Peer Tutor Coordinator
(843) 921-1457
lcampbell@netc.edu

Sandra Ellis
Writing Center Coordinator
(843) 921-6941
sellis@netc.edu

Carolyn Russell
Administrative Specialist
(843) 921-6944
crussell@netc.edu

 

Location: Room 808, 800 Building (West Hall), Cheraw campus
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.   The Success Center is closed on Friday's during the summer.
Phone: (843) 921-6942
Fax: (843) 921-1470

Eligibility

To utilize Student Support Services, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, and you must have a need for academic assistance and meet at least one of the listed criteria:

  • Your family's income must meet federal economic guideline;
  • You are a first generation college student (neither parent has a baccalaureate degree);
  • You are a disabled individual.
Available Services

Financial Aid Counseling

Our staff helps you in planning your educational pathway and finding financial aid to assist you in paying for college. We will assist you in finding out which awards you quality for and how to maximize those potential benefits.

Academic Advisement

Our staff helps steer you in the right direction for whatever academic pathway you wish to pursue. You will receive individualized attention and extra information as you set out to choose your courses. Our staff is also available to contact instructors if you should find yourself uncomfortable in handling some situations.

Tutoring

Our staff is available for tutoring in most subject areas. Tutoring is done on site, before or after class, or on days when students may have free time. There is no charge for tutoring services if you are a Student Support Services participant.

Success Center

The Success Center is an instructional resource center design to assist NETC students in their academic studies. At the Success Center, students can find access to computers to complete written assignments, audiovisual resources, Internet access and instructional software.
Location: Room 808, 800 Building (West Hall), Cheraw campus
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Writing Center

Located in the Success Center, the Writing Center offers free one-on-one tutoring sessions for students who need help with English 032, English 100, English 101 or any other course that requires writing assignments. Appointments are required and can be set up through the Writing Center. The center also offers monthly workshops on specific areas of writing students will encounter. The workshops are free and often last less than 30 minutes. Look for flyers posted around campus announcing these and other workshops that can help you improve your writing – and your grades!

Location:
Success Center, Room 808, 800 Building (West Hall), Cheraw campus
Hours of operation: Monday and Wednesday
 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Developmental Skills

Our staff is able to provide you with specific training in study methods, motivational skills, effective note taking, effective communication, exam taking skills and time management, as well as specific academic skills.

Career Awareness & Planning

Our staff works with the NETC Career Center staff to give you the optimal opportunity in making career decisions. Services available through the Career Center include personality profiles, interest surveys and occupational searches, as well as assistance with job skills techniques.

Cultural Enrichment

In an effort to provide students with opportunities to become more culturally aware, Student Support Services participants are encouraged to take advantage of the many trips made available. Cultural activities may include field trips to museums, art festivals, scientific exhibits or governmental centers.

College Awareness

Student Support Services offers several trips annually to tour private and public colleges and universities in South and North Carolina. Trips are typically overnight excursions and include cultural stops in metropolitan areas such as Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh. Trips are free and include meals and overnight accommodations when appropriate.

Personal Counseling

Our staff can assist you in locating services to help make adjustments to college life, find help with family problems, or cope socially. Services include individual or group counseling, staff consultations, and if necessary, referrals to off-campus agencies.

Referrals

If additional counseling is needed, referrals to other agencies, such as Vocational Rehabilitation and Mental Health, may be scheduled. Student Support Services conducts thorough evaluations before these accommodations are made.

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