- We support you as you define your academic goals and move towards graduation.
- We help you register for classes and understand academic requirements, policies, and procedures.
- We help you enhance your study skills and connect with other academic resources on campus.
You can request a tutor in any subject and receive one-on-one tutoring free of charge. We are nationally certified by the College Reading and Learning Association. All program tutors are upper-division FLC students who have excelled in the courses in which they are tutoring and who have completed a tutor training program through TRIO.
We help you identify other tutoring resources at FLC as well.
- We assist you with the FAFSA application, FLC financial aid procedures, and finding scholarship opportunities.
- We help you explore options to offset college expenses.
- We discuss student loan procedures with you.
- We help you create a budget to manage expenses throughout college.
We provide one-on-one guidance to help you decide if graduate school is right for you. You will learn what steps are involved in the application process and how to fund graduate school. We help you research schools and programs and we'll help you build a personal statement. You should also consult your faculty mentors for guidance.
We offer one-on-one, one-hour workshops to help you build academic, financial, and life skills.
- Creating a resume and cover letter
- Finding scholarships
- Grammar and punctuation
- Strategic reading
- Knowing your learning style
- Exploring graduate school
- Stress management
- Study strategies
- Organizing your coursework and due dates
- MS Word, Excel, or PowerPoint
- Using your FLC email and M drive
- Organizing and delivering presentations
- Time management
- Taking notes for class
We provide social and cultural events to help you expand your college experience beyond the classroom and to foster an appreciation and awareness of diversity at FLC and in the community. Our calendar of events is emailed to participants weekly in fall and spring semesters.
We have a small computer lab located in the TRIO space: on the third floor of Reed Library.