Every student at Concord University has a faculty academic advisor. These are additional academic resources to help ensure student success
Center for Academic and Career Development
The Center for Academic and Career Development at Concord University is a place for students to come for assistance with coursework, advising, financial aid, or other reasons. We are a one-stop-shop and are here to help! In fact, we LOVE to help students.
If you are struggling in one—or all—of your courses…
The CACD has many resources to help you with your coursework, including:
- Concord Essay Center- Students can upload their papers for review to the Concord Essay Center. Our peer tutors provide feedback to help students improve their writing skills.
- Khan Academy- A free online resource with thousands of videos with instruction on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice at your own pace. www.khanacademy.org.
- Academic Coaching- free one-on-one assistance with study skills, organized study groups, mentor program;
- Drop In Tutoring- Our group of peer tutors are available to help with your classes! With both in-person and virtual options, the schedule is sent out via email and posted on the website at the beginning of the semester. No appointment needed!
The CACD collaborates with students individually to help define and achieve their academic, personal, and career goals.
Stop by the CACD office in the Student Center, Suite 1 (ground floor), call 304-384-6074, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
. We would love to help you in any way we can!
Student Support Services
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded TRiO grant program that helps students meet the challenges of academic life. All TRiO programs have the same goals—to make college education more attainable and to increase the likelihood of a student’s success.
Each year the Concord SSS program serves and helps 200 qualified students with many things including (but not limited to) finding their way around campus, assigning a peer mentor, registering for classes, tutoring, counseling for academic or social problems, choosing a career, and helping with financial aid and financial literacy.
All participants must meet the qualifying criteria of either being firstgeneration, low income, or having a documented physical or learning disability. To apply for SSS you must completion an application. Apply online here!
The SSS staff desires to make sure that every one of our students has the support to successfully navigate college. Our goal is to provide academic and support services until graduation.
Stop by the SSS office in the Student Center, Room 202, call 304-384-6088, or email email@example.com
Beckley students can check with the Beckley office (304-384-5614) or the ASC for resources.