Academic Success & Access Programs
College-level academics can be a challenge, especially as you begin your educational career. Along the way, you may need assistance with your studies. At FLCC, you'll have access to a range of academic support services that will help you succeed in the classroom.
Services are available for students with a documented disability. Contact the Disability Services Office to request accommodations.
The Math Center helps you become a confident and independent learner of mathematics. It provides you access to course textbooks, calculators, multiple computer workstations and a Smart Board. See The Math Center webpage.
The Incubator is designed to enhance your studies in biology, chemistry and physics. It allows you to connect with tutors, faculty, staff, and other science students. Visit The Incubator webpage for more details.
Take advantage of one-on-one and group tutoring, study skills, organization assistance and more. Online tutoring is available for Accounting, Math, Biology, Chemistry and Writing courses. Learn more about General Tutoring.
The Writing Center offers writing support to students, faculty, and staff at FLCC's Main Campus, Honors House, Campus Centers and online. Schedule an appointment by visiting The Writing Center webpage.
EOP provides academic support and financial assistance to qualifying students. It expands opportunities to students who are traditionally bypassed by higher education. Learn more about the EOP.
Matriculated and non-matriculated students enrolling in a course with a prerequisite must demonstrate their level of basic skills proficiency prior to registering. For details, visit the Placement Testing webpage.
Academic Strategies Appointment
An academic strategies can cover a variety of topics ranging from time management to text book reading skills to motivation.
Charles J. Meder Library
3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Phone: (585)785-1392 Colleen Johnson
Director of Academic Success & Access Programs