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Student Success Commons
The Student Success Commons is an integrated, active space that includes the library, tutoring services, a writing center and the Office of Student Disability Services. The SSC offers the resources and guidance students need to enhance learning outside of the classroom and support to reach academic and personal goals. Click HERE for more detailed information about alll the Student Success Commons has to offer YCCC students.
As part of the Student Success Commons, the library serves as a student-friendly center for research and study. The library provides students and faculty with a strong collection of current materials selected by professional librarians to support academic programs at YCCC. In addition to print books and access to magazine, journal and newspaper articles online, the library offers interlibrary loan with library collections throughout Maine. The library is staffed by an expert team of professional librarians who are dedicated to empowering students to become independent researchers who are proficient and comfortable with the use of library tools and resources. Click here to access the YCCC Virtual Library.
The Student Success Commons provides free tutoring to all YCCC students in writing for any subject, math, science and more. The Student Success Commons also helps students adapt to the online learning environment and provides support for the academic adjustment to college by offering assistance in such areas as time management, organization and procrastination. The SSC offers student-centered learning assistance designed to teach, develop, and enhance the overall academic skills necessary for college and career advancement. The Student Success Commons is committed to offering a positive academic experience that foster student success and growth.
YCCC is committed to providing equal educational opportunities and access for individuals with disabilities. In conjunction with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and Section 504, the College accepts and provides reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Click here to get more information about registering with the Office of Student Disability Services