Academic Support

Academic Support Programs 


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


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. 


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



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