Academic Support

Academic Support Programs 

ASPIRE

Student Services Center Academic support for first-generation college, low-income students or students registered with a disability hindering academic performance.

408-924-2540 

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) 

Academic and retention services for first generation, low income college students to aid them in their goal of academic success.  

Clark Hall, First Floor/(408)924-2637

MESA Engineering Program 

Academic and professional development support services for educationally/economically disadvantage students pursuing degrees in engineering or computer science. 

MEP Engineering 366/(408)-924-3830

McNair Scholars Program 

Student Services Center Resources for students interested in pursuing graduate school. 

(408)924-2540

Peer Connections 

Tutoring and mentoring services.  

SSC 600/(408)924-2587

Writing Center

Writing resources, workshops, and one-on-one tutoring sessions.

Clark Hall 126/(408)924-2308 

MLK Library Online Tutorials

 

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Academic Advising 

Academic Advising and Retention Services (AARS)

Student Services Center/(408)924-2129

Academic Counseling for Excellence in the Social Sciences(ACCESS)

Clark Hall 240/(408)924-5363

College of Applied Arts and Sciences Student Success Center (CASA)

MacQuarrie Hall 533/(408)924-2910

College of Humanities & Arts Student Success Center

Clark 244/(408) 924-5095 

College of Science Advising Center (COSAC )

Duncan Hall 213/(408)-924-5193 

Engineering Student Services Center (ESSC)

Engineering 344/(408)924-3800 

Lurie College of Education Student Success Center 

Sweeney Hall 106/(408)924-3600 

Jack Holland Student Success Center

Boccardo Business Complex 008/(408)924-3435