The Student Support Services program is funded by the Department of Education and is designed to help students stay in college, graduate, and/or transfer to four year colleges or universities.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES AND N WHE E? WHER Monday -Thursday 7:30am - 7:00pm Friday 8:00am - 1:30pm To schedule an appointment call 803.535.1608 CONTACTS: Mrs. Glorious Cuttino Administrative Assistant 803.535.1227 email@example.com Ms. Charlene Minus, Academic Counselor/Assistant Director/ Coordinator of Tutorial Services 803.535.1382 firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Patricia Nicholas Academic Counselor/Transfer Coordinator 803.535.1383 email@example.com Dr. Monica L. Greene Director of Student Support Services 803.535.1228 firstname.lastname@example.org ORANGEBURG-CALHOUN TECHNICAL COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Ctech O Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College does not discriminate in admissions or employment of the basis on race, sex, national origin, color, age, religion, disability, or veteran's status. Title IX and Section 504, Compliance Officer: Marie Howell, 3250 St. Matthews Road, Orangeburg, SC 29118-8299. 803.535.1207 3250 St. Matthews Road Orangeburg, SC 29118 803.536.0311 1.800.813.6519 www.octech.edu ORANGEBURG-CALHOUN TECHNICAL COLLEGE All services are scheduled through the academic counselorsâ€™ offices. Located on the first floor of Building B in the Gressette Learning Resource Center. erience The college exp can be exciting, challenging and rating. sometimes frust WE DO Counseling Services • • • • Academic Career Personal Two-to-Four Year College Transfer Students should schedule an entrance interview with a counselor who will evaluate the student's academic and career goals. The academic counselors work closely with students to develop an Academic Plan. This process consists of advising students about selecting classes, applying for financial assistance, setting academic goals, identifying career options, and utilizing special services such as the tutoring services. WHAT R A P S E K A T 2. A ﬁrst-generation college student An individual whose parents have not received a bachelor's degree D N A WHOT? 1. Students who have an academic need for services Prospective students should speak with an academic counselor in the Tourville Lab on the second floor of Building S 3. A low-income student Students must meet specific income guidelines as established by the U.S. Department of Education. In general, students receiving Pell Grants are frequently eligible Tutorial Services The Student Support Services provides free tutorial assistance in a variety of subjects to all program participants. Participants should contact their assigned academic counselor to schedule one-on-one tutoring with qualified tutors. 4. A student who has a diagnosed physical and/or learning disability Students with physical or learning disabilities must first identify themselves as such through the college’s Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities Student Support Service is designed to provide students with the critical academic support necessary for a successful college experience. Promoting academic success at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College is a major priority of Student Support Services. Funded by the Department of Education Student Support Services TRIO Grant, the mission is to provide supportive services for eligible students in an attempt to: • • • • Increase retention rates Increase graduation rates Foster a climate of institutional support Facilitate transfer to four-year institutions for students choosing to earn a bachelor’s degree