The Student Success Center, located on the first floor of Wright Hall, serves all Northeast students (seated, online, and dual-enrolled) by providing resources that promote and encourage student success. These services include success coach guidance, Writing Center support, Co-Lab study area, tutor lab, alcohol and drug prevention, and the Tiger D.E.N. Food Pantry.
While success coaches currently target freshmen, student athletes, and students seeking admission into health science programs, their services are available to all students. The coaches promote academic and personal success by monitoring, reporting, and discussing excessive absences with students, reviewing grades and creating study plans, and connecting students to tutorial services, the Writing Center, the Office of Disability Accommodations, counseling services, and the Tiger D.E.N. Food Pantry.
Success coaches also teach non-credit classes specifically designed for students placed on academic probation. Students placed on academic probation at the end of the current semester will be enrolled in probation course called Road to Success the following semester. The course is specifically designed to guide students down a path that will lead to academic good standing reinstatement.
Success coaches are available on the main campus Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Students may meet with coaches by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
The Northeast Writing Center is located on the first floor of Wright Hall. Students enrolled in any course may use the writing center for help at any stage of the writing process from planning to revising. The staff works with the writer present and taking an active role in his or her own writing.
The Co-lab, a designated study area within the Student Success Center, was designed and sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa. Members of Phi Theta Kappa recognized the need for a space on campus where students could work collaboratively during and after school hours. The Co-Lab is supplied with iPad charging stations for convenience. The Co-Lab is open to students Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The Tutor Lab is available for sessions. The Tutor Lab is furnished with tables, chairs, stools, and white boards that can be easily re-arranged to meet the needs of the tutor sessions. Desktop computers are also available in the Tutor Lab.
Individual Peer Tutoring
Free peer tutoring is available at no cost to all NEMCC students. Student may schedule appointments through nemcc.mywconline.comor by visiting the Student Success Center located in Wright Hall.
Become at Tutor
Students interested in being a tutor can apply hereor by visiting the Student Success Center in Wright Hall.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Room 115 in Wright Hall is designated for a drug and alcohol prevention volunteer from Region IV Mental Health Facility. The Region IV representative is available on the main campus one time per week to meet with students in need.
Tiger D.E.N. Food Pantry
The purpose of the Tiger D.E.N Food Pantry is to provide supplemental food and other necessities to students in need. The Tiger D.E.N. is a free resource to all enrolled students. First time recipients submit an online application. Once the application is processed the student will submit the online request form each month requesting desired items. Confidentiality of the recipients is maintained as much as possible.