Tag Archives: 'Academic Support Services'
At college, it’s rare for first-year students to get a list of supplies for each class. Most of the time, professors will note additional supplies on the syllabus and make recommendations on the first day of [...]
With assistive technology advancements, the student with a learning disability has many more options to assist with academics. Keeping up to date with these new technologies can be a full time job for parents and students. [...]
At a university where students and faculty pride themselves on technological prowess, one will always find a self-professed “gamer.” Possessing quick reflexes, knowledge of a vast world contained within a console, desktop, or laptop, and critical [...]
FERPA is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, a federal law that dictates what information university faculty and staff may share about a student. When a student is under the age of eighteen, parents have [...]
While many students wrapped up their Spring Break, academic advising professionals across the southeastern United States convened at Florida International University for the Region 4 NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) conference. Veronica Giguere, the ASC Associate [...]
During the academic year, the Academic Support Center staff has the privilege of meeting parents of prospective students during on-campus events. From campus tours to department showcases, these events are attended by parents and students to [...]
In the heart of the Florida Tech campus, five full-time staff, three writing instructors, and twenty-five peer tutors provide academic support services for the entire student population. With services ranging from peer tutoring to learning accommodations, [...]