Ammerman students may visit their new AAMC in the Ammerman Building, Room 101B. Eastern students may visit theirs located in Peconic Room 215 in the Student Sucess Center, and Grant students may continue to go to Caumsett Hall, Room 112.
In July 2013, The College-wide Committee on Academic Advising voted to change the name of the Faculty Advising Center (FAC) to the Academic Advising and Mentoring Center (AAMC). The committee believes the new name will better reflect the purpose of the center, which is not only to assist SCCC students in building their semester schedules, but also to initiate mentor relationships between students and faculty.
Tutoring centers are available across all three SCCC campuses, providing assistance in mathematics, science, accounting, writing, foreign language, and more. Visit one today for extra help with your courses.
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