Academic Support Center
Academic assistance is available to all students who wish to improve their skills in areas such as reading, grammar, writing, study skills, computational skills, mathematics, or science. We offer assistance with any course taught at FLCC. All services are currently free of charge for all FLCC students. Academic Support Centers are located on Main Campus and at the Geneva and Wayne County Campus Centers.
Peer Tutoring Program
This program offers peer tutoring on a one-to-one as well as group basis. Peer tutoring arrangements can be made by contacting the Academic Support Center.
Learning disability services are offered on a highly individualized basis and may include extended time and alternate locations for tests, peer tutors, note takers and texts on tape. Students may contact the LD coordinator in the Developmental Studies Department to arrange for services. Documentation is required.
Adult Basic Education - GED, ESL & More
These classes are open to adults and out-of-school youth ages 17 and older. The classes prepare participants for the GED exam by reviewing writing, social studies, science, literature, math, and test taking skills. This program provides assistance with special testing requests. The Adult Education Program also offers basic skills review, GED and ESL on TV, and English as a Second Language instruction. Contact the Developmental Studies Department for more information.
The Write Place
FLCC’s writing center offers assistance to students on any writing project on a drop-in basis. The Write Place provides a comfortable environment for individualized or small-group work at four locations: the Academic Commons, the Honors House, and at both the Geneva and Wayne Campus Centers. Faculty members from the Humanities and Developmental Studies, who staff the center, help students develop their sense of personal expression and writing skills in a supportive and collegial setting. In the Write Place, students can seek help with organizing, drafting, documenting, and revising their essays or research papers. Visit the Writing Center Page.