High School Orientation - Student Resources
In this section, you'll learn about student resources such as services, activities, and other things you might need as a student.
Services and Activities
The Yohe Memorial Library at the West Burlington campus and the Fred Karre Memorial Library at the Keokuk campus contain a combined collection of over 30,000 volumes, plus non-book media. This collection may be accessed at either library through the automated catalog or by visiting the Library information page.
Student Support Center
The Student Support Centers, room 206 in Keokuk and room 102 in West Burlington, provide a variety of services to help you succeed, as well as a great place to study. The Student Support Center staff are committed to helping you. Contact us at (319) 313-1943 (Keokuk) or (319) 208-5155 (West Burlington).
The Testing Center administers placement exams, make-up exams (if permitted by instructors) and test proctoring for online classes. Don't forget your photo ID -- it's required for testing! Contact us at (319) 313-1943 (Keokuk) or (319) 208-5155 (West Burlington).
The Accessibility Services Office is the primary place on campus with specialized knowledge and experience in disability issues. The Student Support Center serves students with physical, psychological, medical, and learning disabilities. If you have a disability and are given accommodations in your other high school classes, you will not automatically be given these same accommodations in your college class(es), whether at the high school, online, or on an SCC campus. If you currently have a disability, please contact Angie Mickelson, Student Success Advocate, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (319) 208-5167.
Student Success Advocate
Your Student Success Advocate helps guides you to success. They offer academic coaching, testing strategies, assistance with technology, information for community resources and many other tools to help you reach your education goals. Learn more about Student Success Advocates.
Academic Achievement Center
The Academic Achievement Center (AAC), room 311 in Keokuk and room 206 in West Burlington provides assistance to help you through your classes.
Tutoring Services offers free peer tutoring to SCC students. Peer Tutor request forms may be found in the Academic Achievement Center or downloaded from the link below. Return the completed form along with a copy of your current class schedule to the AAC. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this valuable and effective resource. Peer Tutoring Request Form
For those who wish help by a non-peer, additional tutoring is available through the Academic Achievement Center. Walk-in are welcome as well as by appointment. Please see the Academic Achievement Center page for details.
Student Support Services (TRIO)
Student Support Services (TRIO) is a federally-funded program available to students. Our focus is to support and assist SCC students who seek to transfer to a four-year college within four years. Students must be a first-generation college student and/or meet federal income guidelines. The following services are available to participants:
- Personalized academic support
- Financial aid and scholarship
- Application assistance
- Easy access to technology services
- Graduation and transfer assistance
Please contact Sibyl McIntire for more information at (319) 208-5158 or by email email@example.com.
Computer labs are available at all SCC locations. Please see the computer labs page for specific information and hours of operation.
The Help Desk is available to assist current SCC students with a single point of contact for all technical problems and requests concerning college computers, SCC email accounts, network resources, and information systems (Self-Service and Hawknet). Help Desk Information
Parking and Campus Maps
The college provides free parking for students at both campuses and attendance centers. Students are asked to park only in designated areas. No vehicle shall be left on any college property more than 72 hours without permission of the Director of Buildings and Grounds. Handicapped permit parking spaces are available for students with disabilities.
Student picnics, barbecues, bands, entertainment and special events, student trips, fund-raisers and MUCH MORE!
SCC offers co-ed intramurals for volleyball, basketball, and bowling. Win prizes, travel to national competitions, and enjoy friendly competition. Get a team together today.
Clubs & Organizations
Take an active role in your college experience. It's easy to find people exactly like you - just look around. With over two dozen student clubs and organizations, there's something for everyone.
The SCC Blackhawks compete in several collegiate sports.
We also compete in two co-ed club sports: sport shooting and cheer/dance.
Your last stop before attending class is to get your books. Please talk to your school counselor about this. If your counselor tells you to go to the Blackhawk Bookstore, It is critical that you take your semester schedule with you. You need the class information (department, course and section numbers) listed on the schedule to select the correct textbooks.
It's important to start early! The best selection of used and rented books is available when semester sales begin. The closer to the start of the term, the less selection and the longer the wait to checkout! Books for online classes sometimes have to be ordered. In other words - don't procrastinate!
Right to Know
Federal regulations require us to provide you, our student, with specific consumer information. In order to share this with you in the most accessible manner. Please see our Consumer Information which is required by law for SCC to make available to the public regarding the topics below:
- Clery Act (campus safety)
- Family Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Student Judicial Code
- Drug-free, alcohol-free, and tobacco-free institution