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No matter where you are in your academic journey, you can count on the Academic Success Center for the support you will need to reach your academic goals. Our friendly and knowledgeable tutors will nurture your enthusiasm for learning while helping you develop your skills and confidence.
The Center is located on the fourth floor in Rooms 409, 412 and 423.
All services are free and available in-person and online.
In addition to providing content-specific help, all tutors are prepared to share effective study strategies and approaches to studying and learning with you.
Individual tutoring in a wide variety of subjects is available by appointment only. Students can also join group tutoring sessions in-person or online. For a full list of our subjects and links to join our online group sessions, click here.
There are several ways to request a tutoring appointment:
- Visit the ASC front desk on the fourth floor
- Call us at 860.906.5200
- Email us at CA-ASC@ccc.commnet.edu
- Complete the following tutoring request form. You will receive a confirmation of your tutoring appointment within 24 hours.
Tutors are available to answer your technology questions in the ASC Computer Lab (Room 423) and online.
Please click here for links to join an online session Monday-Thursday from 1pm-5pm.
Technology support is also available by appointment. To make an appointment, choose one of the options above.
Tutors will answer your questions about how to use:
- College email
- Office 365
- Microsoft Teams & Webex
- Pearson MyLab products
All other technology questions are welcome.
Support for Students with Disabilities
The ASC provides additional support for students with learning disabilities and other learning challenges.
The ASC Learning Specialist meets with students one-on-one to discuss organization, goal setting, reading comprehension, note taking, combating procrastination, exam preparation and managing test anxiety. To make an appointment with the Learning Specialist, fill out this form. Also, extended tutoring and testing time in a low distraction space is available to eligible students.
If you have a documented disability that impacts your learning and you would like to learn more about receiving accommodations, visit Capital’s Disability Services website or email your questions to CA-Disabilities@ccc.commnet.edu.
College Academic Transitions (CAT) Program
Build your skills and confidence before taking a math or English course through
The College Academic Transitions (CAT) Program. Tutors will help you learn and practice the concepts and skills necessary to succeed in English and math courses. This three-week program is offered during the summer and winter intersessions.
Please click here for more details on the upcoming session.
Click here for more information about individual and group tutoring including a list of subjects and links to join our various programs.
For more information about any of our programs and services, please email CA-ASC@ccc.commnet.edu or call 860.906.5200