Support Services

Instructor assists a student with work on a desktop computer.

At SC4, we want everyone to succeed, and the Achievement Center is here to support your path to academic excellence from day one. 


Whether you’re trying to review a concept you didn’t quite get in class or you want to stay on top of your studies by working ahead, you’ve got access to free tutoring whenever you need it. From writing to math, nursing to history, SC4 provides tutoring on every subject on a drop-in basis. Visit the tutoring schedule to learn more.

Visit any of the centers below for more information or to receive tutoring:

Achievement Center

8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
Room B100, College Center

Writing Center

10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday
Room 313, Main Building

Math Center

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday
Room 100, College Center

Disability Resources

Located in the Achievement Center at SC4, we provide support and resources for students with or without a documented disability. Students do not need to have documentation of a disability to discuss strategies for college success with the coordinator of academic success and disability resources.  Incoming students who would like to meet with the coordinator should make an appointment as early as possible in their first semester or during the enrollment process. Failure to register a disability with the office in a timely manner will lead to delays in receiving services.

Available Accommodations

We offer many accommodations for students who provide supporting documentation of a disability. These range from accommodations in the classroom to computer software and adaptive devices.

Please contact the Achievement Center to discuss a range of options for removing barriers in your courses.

Achievement Center, Room B100 of the College Center

Whether you are preparing to pursue your first position in a new career or looking for an opportunity in your field, we provide assistance with developing your resume, honing your interview techniques, launching your job search and locating job shadowing opportunities. Contact the Advising office at (810) 989-5520 or stop by the Welcome Center.

Lifetime career support is also available to alumni, including access to the latest local and national employment opportunities. The Career and Employment Services office also organizes career fairs, conducts job seeking workshops, and offers an online mock interview practice system. To see all the services offered, visit the employment page.

SC4 has one of the largest community college libraries in the state.

Add quiet study areas, numerous computers and quality staff, and the SC4 Library is the perfect spot for student learning.

What we have:

  • 545,000+ individual titles available including:
    • 450,000 e-books
    • More than 60,000 electronic journal archives
    • More than 30,000 streaming academic video titles
  • 90% of our collection is available to students, faculty and staff anywhere in the world over the Internet
  • Research and information literacy instruction sessions reaching more than 1,900 students per year
  • 24/7 research assistance available

The SC4 Library has its own website.

TRIO Support Services

Our TRIO Student Support Services provides personalized assistance to first-generation college students. We are here to help our students graduate with either a certificate or associate degree, and then transfer to a four-year institution if that is your goal.

TRIO Student Support Services serves 140 students each year. You can apply via the SC4 Portal once you are accepted as an SC4 student. Upon completion and submission of the TRIO application, TRIO staff will review the application and schedule an interview. Each student selected for participation must attend the TRIO Orientation (designed for new TRIO participants).


To qualify for TRIO support you must be a U.S. citizen, a natural, or otherwise a legal recipient of federal financial aid and be admitted and/or enrolled as a student at SC4. In addition, applicants must be first-generation college students, and/or low-income, and/or have a documented disability. 

Note: The SC4 TRIO program will ensure access and participation to students regardless of gender, race, national origin, color, disability, age, and/or sexual orientation.

Program requirements

  • Must be an SC4 student
  • Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Maintain 67% course completion ratio
  • Complete financial literacy module each academic year
  • Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid each year
  • Register for and pass SD 140 (College Success-TRIO only section)

For additional information on the SC4 TRIO program call 810-989-5801 or visit Room B100, College Center.