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Academic Support Programs

Welcome to the Academic Support Programs Division where student success is our first priority!
The Academic Support Programs Division provides a variety of courses and services designed to promote personal and academic success at TCC. Faculty members who teach in Academic Support are highly trained professionals selected for their academic knowledge and for their commitment to student success. Our goal is to help all students develop the academic skills and strategies needed to make the most of their educational opportunities and to help develop the skills and abilities characteristic of successful, independent learners.

The Academic Support Programs Division offers courses in developmental reading, writing, and mathematics as well as several courses in student development and leadership. Students who successfully complete these courses go on to perform well in their college studies.

The Learning Commons provides open access computers and “one-stop” learning support across the curriculum. Our professional staff is available to assist students in a variety of subject areas. Through one-on-one and small group tutoring, online and print resources, study groups and workshops, TCC students can receive learning support for class assignments, projects, and examinations.

Again, welcome to TCC and the Academic Support Programs Division! We're here to help students succeed.


Contact Information

For more information contact the Division of Academic Support by phone (850) 201-8505, fax (850) 201-8245 or e-mail

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