SPCC Virtual Academic Support Center 

About the ASC

Frequently Asked Questions | Locations | Hours of Operation | Mission, Goals and Outcomes


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where are the SPCC Academic Support Centers located?
A: The L.L. Polk Academic Support Center is located in Room 130 of the Horne Library on the L.L. Polk Campus. The Ashley E. Richardson Academic Support Center is located in Room 155 of Building A on the Old Charlotte Highway Campus.

Q: How do I get help in a specific course?
A: Tutors at the Academic Support Centers offer support in courses of many departments. Schedule an appointment with a tutor online.

Q: Is anyone available to help me write a paper?
A: The Center at the LLP campus has several writing tutors. The Communication Center, located on the OCH campus, has tutors who can assist with writing and oral communication.  Tutors are available either by appointment, or during drop-in tutoring. Schedule an appointment with a tutor online.

Q: What if I’m struggling in a math class?
A: SPCC tutors provide individual help for a variety of math classes. Schedule an appointment with a tutor online.


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 Locations

  • L.L. Polk Academic Support Center (ASC)
    Horne Library, Room 130
    L.L. Polk Campus
    Polkton, NC
     
  • Ashley E. Richardson Academic Support Center (ASC)
    Building A, Room 155
    Old Charlotte Highway

View a virtual tour of either location.

Individuals who use either Center must abide by the following policies:

  • Do not make or receive phone calls.
  • No food or drink in the Center.
  • Observe the SPCC Student Code of Conduct and all computer use policies.
  • Pay for printed materials using an SPCC Print Card (available for purchase at the business office.)
  • Don’t forget your flash drives and other items when you leave the Center.

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Hours of Operation

Current hours of operations are listed on the home page of this website.
 

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Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission:
The mission of the South Piedmont Community College Academic Support Centers (ASC) is to serve students, faculty and staff by providing learning support opportunities in a nurturing environment that promote academic success, while supporting the College mission of learning, student success, and workforce and community development.


 

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