Writing CenterThe Campus Writing Center provides consultation for students in order to further their development as writers. Writing tutors also assist in finding ways to address writing concerns with the goal of promoting confident, self-reliant student writers. This free service is open to all university students. The Writing Center is located in Engleman Hall A-012.
Tutorial CenterThe Campus Tutorial Center offers assistance to students in a variety of subjects, with an emphasis on introductory-level courses. Tutors may be consulted at any time during the semester to answer specific questions or for general review of course material. This free service is located in Engleman Hall A-014.
academic advisementThe Academic Advisement Center familarizes students with college policies and degree requirements; evaluates with students their academic performance and direct them to appropriate campus resources; and provides an information exchange between advisor and advisee to help foster student success. The Center is located in the Wintergreen Building.
Disability Resource Center (DRC)The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides students, faculty and staff with assistance and information on issues of access and full participation for persons with disabilities at the university. The DRC's principal duty is to provide services and supports that promote educational equity for students with disabilities. Assistance includes arranging accommodations and auxiliary aids that are necessary for students with disabilities to pursue their academic studies, both in and out of the classroom.
center for adaptive technologyEstablished in 1989 as the Adaptive Technology Lab, the Center for Adaptive Technology has a three-part mission to:
Support SCSU's students with disabilities
Support SCSU's students in the education programs
Provide community support
Expanding from the original, centralized model of the Adaptive Technology Lab, the Center now includes the CAT Lab and the Educational Technology Resource Lab (ETRL). The CAT Lab serves students with disabilities and the ETRL serves students studying in fields relating to adaptive technology. The Center has also installed accessible stations throughout most computer labs on campus, as well as Buley Library and several dorms.