Student Success Center
The Student Success Center can help you...
- Prepare for a big (or even a small) exam
- Feel more confident about your study skills
- Maximize your grade on term papers by proofreading for grammatical errors
- Be the best student you can be!
The Student Success Center helps students to develop their skills in communication, reading, preparing for exams, time management, studying, and vocabulary to help them succeed while attending courses at Silver Lake College. Students receive individual attention and tutoring, which allows them to adjust to their personal style of learning. Proofreading and other suggestions are available for research and term papers as well, all of which are free of charge to students.
Review in academic skills:
- academic reading
- English grammar
- study skills
The center serves students at all levels who have particular concerns regarding their course work, especially those whose formal education has been interrupted and those whose native language is not English.
The Student Success Center is located on Level 1, Room 137. Hours of operation are posted outside. For more information on the Student Success Center contact Carol O'Rourke at (920) 686-6115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handicapping Condition Accommodation Statement
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Silver Lake College is committed to providing learning opportunities for all qualified students so they may achieve their academic potential. Students seeking reasonable accommodations need to request the appropriate forms from the Director of the Student Success Center.
Reasonable accommodations, as arranged through the Learning Resource Center, ext. 115, will be provided for any student with a documented disability. IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO REQUEST THE APPROPRIATE FORMS FROM THE DIRECTOR OF THE LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER AND COMPLETE THE ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION REQUIREMENTS BEFORE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR QUALIFIED DISABILITIES ARE MADE. In compliance with Section 504, these adjustments are defined as modifications/adaptations which will afford a student equal opportunity to participate as those without a disability. (Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Section 504; P.L. 92-112, Subpart E, Section 84.43, 84.44.).