Academic Support Center
Nobody said college would be easy. Learning a new area of study can be a struggle, and sometimes you may need a little help. The Academic Support Center can equip you with the right strategies needed to improve your skills in writing, critical thinking, studying, mathematics, or course content.
If you are unable to keep your scheduled tutoring appointment please contact the Academic Support Center at least one hour in advance to cancel.
Learning Assistance On Campus and Off
Working with our supportive tutors and staff, you can fully develop personal and academic skills, concepts, and confidence in a friendly, learner-centered environment. Tutoring is available on campus and online.
The Academic Support Center offers individual and facilitated small-group tutoring free of charge to current Manchester Community College students, in courses they are presently taking.
The Writing Center is a place to write. Tutors are available on a walk-in basis to assist students while they are engaged in the writing process.
Walk-In Math Tutoring
Walk-In math tutoring is an alternative to an individual appointment with a math tutor. Walk-in hours are available for students who work independently or in small groups. Tutors are available during designated times to answer questions or assist students.
eTutoring is available online to Manchester Community College students in writing, math, accounting, biology, chemistry, and information literacy & research methods.
ESL Conversation Lab
Faculty and tutors lead an open discussion designed for students wishing to engage in dialog for the purpose of strengthening their English comprehension and verbal skills.
Calculator Loan Program
The ASC has calculators available for loan to students. Students may borrow a graphing calculator if their course requires it. The calculator must be returned at the end of the semester. Calculators are limited in quantity and loaned on a first come first serve basis.
Computer Mini Lab
The Computer Mini Lab is located inside the ASC. Eight computers are available for students who wish to enhance their technology skills. Tutors are available by appointment to answer questions or provide guidance.
Quick Tips is an effort organized by Transitional Programs to support students.
Quick Tips Spring 2014 in LRC-A142 (Next to the Library!)
Mondays and Tuesdays, 11:00 to 11:25 a.m.
January 27 and 28 – 10 Tips for a Successful Semester
February 3 and 4 - Time Management
February 10 and 11 - Campus Layout and Services
February 24 and 25 - How to talk to your Professor
March 3 and 4 - Strategies for Reading and Writing
March 10 and 11 Midterm Exam Review
March 24 and 25 - Web Based Tools
March 31 and April 1 - Transferring
April 7 and 8 - Stress and Anxiety Reduction
April 14 and 15 - College Level Writing
April 21 and 22 - What’s in it for you?
April 28 and 29 - Money Management- Student Edition
May 5 and 6 - Memorization Techniques
May 12 and 13 - Final Exam Review
Each time you attend a workshop you will be entered into a contest to win an ipod!
For Additional Information Contact: Brian Cleary