Student Success Center
Your journey begins here! Your first year at Southeast Tech is filled with many opportunities and choices. The Student Success Center can guide you in making this year a success! The following programs and services will assist you in your transition to post-secondary education and provide a support system to help you navigate to graduation.
Student Success Advisors
All new students with less than nine successful post-secondary credits are required to complete a Student Success Seminar course taught by a Student Success Advisor. The instructor will become the student’s Success Advisor for the entire time they are at Southeast Tech. The course helps develop academic success skills, assists students in connecting with other students on campus and instructs students on the availability of Southeast Tech services and how to access them. A Student Success Advisor is available for all day, evening and online students.
The function of the Career Center is to assist students to transition from school to work by informing them of part-time employment opportunities while attending Southeast Tech and full-time career opportunities upon completion of their program.
Check out the Jobs for Students page for additional information.
Southeast Tech offers professional personal counseling services to meet the various needs of students on campus. Free mental health assessments and counseling are available when life’s issues get in the way of personal and/or academic success. The two counselors on campus can be contacted via e-mail, phone, or walk-in.
Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for certain classroom accommodations. Disabilities may include hearing, visual, physical, psychological and learning impairments. Students must provide the Disability Services office with recent written documentation of a disability before qualifying
Non-Traditional Student Services
Southeast Tech offers special services for a wide variety of non-traditional students including:
Students in programs non-traditional for their gender
Single parents and single pregnant women
Students not coming directly out of high school
Students who are unsure of their career interests and abilities
The Southeast Tech library is available for classroom research, open computer lab, wireless laptop usage and quiet study. The library collection places emphasis not only on program related materials, books and technical journals, but also supports a fiction collection, current periodicals, electronic and online database and indexes.
The Registrar’s office provides the following services:
- Processes adds/drops and withdraws after the add/drop period
- Processes Applications for Graduation, determines if graduation requirements have been met, and mails diplomas
- Ensures that the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is followed by Southeast Tech faculty and staff and processes FERPA disclosure/non-disclosure requests
- Processes student verification of enrollment for insurance companies, loan agencies, etc. (with consent of the student)
Location: MC 253
Free tutoring is available for students enrolled in Southeast Tech classes. This service is designed to give individual attention to students who want to improve in their coursework. The program is a peer-to-peer tutoring program and uses top notch Southeast Tech students as tutors.