Academic Support Programs

Programs Designed to Prepare Students to Succeed in College

Whether you need to take a developmental course to improve your basic reading, writing and math skills to enroll in college-level courses or you need support transitioning to college or both, our programs are designed to help you reach your educational goals. Selecting a program depends on a variety of factors, including your lifestyle, income and academic eligibility. Most of our programs are available at no cost to eligible students. We encourage you to meet with one of our program coordinators to determine which program best fits your needs.


New Student Orientation
Required for all new students

Family Orientation
Provides parents and family members with important information for student success.

STARS Program
Prepares recent high school graduates for college

PASS Program
Assists  underrepresented students who are struggling with academics and have been placed on academic probation 

Adults in Transition
Provides services for adults resuming their education

Contact Information

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (online only)
Phone: For general information about our programs, please call 860-512-3331.