Services and Resources

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Building a culture that values diversity, equity, and inclusion requires collaboration between many offices, groups, and individuals. Below are some essential services and resources that make FLCC a welcoming and inclusive campus community.

DEI Support at FLCC

Please reach out to the following offices to receive personalized assistance and guidance in times of difficulty or unexpected hardship.

Academic Support and Access Programs (ASAP) provides assistance for students in need of academic tutoring, mentorship, and learning accommodations. As a student at FLCC, you have access to a wide range of academic support services, including a writing center, a math center, and a science incubator for subject-specific guidance. You can also take part in student skills workshops or schedule a one-on-one success strategy appointment to receive personalized assistance designed to help you plan for success.

Learn More about Academic Support Services

FLCC offers free High School Equivalency (HSE) courses to assist adult learners in earning a diploma from the New York State Education Department. HSE courses are available in both English and Spanish and are open to out-of-school individuals who are age 16 and older. The program timeline is flexible to allow people with busy schedules to complete coursework on their own time. FLCC also provides free English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for non-native English speakers who want to improve their English language skills. Both HSE and ESL are available in-person and online.

Learn More about Adult Basic Education

Having a child care center on-campus makes it easier for adults with children to earn a degree or certificate and take advantage of career training opportunities. The FLCC Child Care Center provides educational and developmental activities for children 18 months through preschool. A variable fee scale and payment schedule of options are available for low-income students.

Learn More about FLCC's Child Care Center

Counseling is available for students who want to discuss life challenges affecting their academic performance. Our counselors serve as confidential listeners who provide guidance to students. Reach out to Counseling Services to clarify issues, resolve conflicts, and learn new ways of coping.

FLCC students also have access to TimelyCare — a telehealth program that provides 24/7 virtual access to medical and mental healthcare professionals at no cost to enrolled students. To learn more and activate your free account, you can download this guide, watch a demo video, or visit the TimelyCare website.

Learn More about Counseling Services

Disability Services offers appropriate and reasonable academic adjustments and testing accommodations to qualifying students with a diagnosed learning difference or disability. Contact the Disability Services office to request alternative material formats, testing arrangements, assistive technology, educational coaching, and other valuable resources.

Learn More about Disability Services

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is a state-funded initiative that provides support services to students from economically and academically disadvantaged families. In addition to some financial support for books and school supplies, EOP offers students additional assistance through a three-week orientation program, ongoing academic tutoring, and personalized counseling services.

Note: first-time college students must meet specific academic and financial guidelines to be considered for EOP admission, which can be determined by completing and returning an application and financial eligibility form.

Learn More about the EOP

More than 80% of our students receive some form of financial assistance to reduce the cost of a college education. As part of the SUNY system, FLCC participates in many federal and state financial aid programs and maintains a low cost per credit. The Financial Aid office can assist students and their families with navigating important financial decisions and identifying the best scholarships, grants, and loans for any given situation.

Learn More about Financial Aid and Scholarships

Flick's Place is a campus initiative to support FLCC students who are financially insecure. The program gathers gently used items — such as clothing, household items, toiletries, and office supplies — and offers them for free to students in need. Visit Flick's Place in Room 3260 to make a request. Anyone in the FLCC community is eligible to donate.

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FLCC has resources available to assist students who have been the victim of gender violence or sexual harassment. The college has a grievance policy for addressing formal complaints of sexual harassment that comply with national Title IX regulations, as well as a silent witness program that allows anyone to anonymously submit information about suspected criminal activity on campus.

Learn More about Violence Prevention

The Office of Community Standards and Counseling offers assistance to students experiencing urgent or unexpected situations that get in the way of your education. FLCC can help with food, transportation, emergency funds, and referrals to community agencies. FLCC also has an on-campus food cupboard that provides students with enough food for three days when in need.

Learn More about Student Emergency Services

FLCC has a Veterans Advisory Council (VAC), which is a campus-wide advocacy group to support veteran students and their families. The VAC hosts an annual veteran's dinner, 5K run, educational series, and the Veteran Day Memorial event. The organization also invites speakers who represent veteran services in Ontario County and assists students in making connections while pursuing their education. This ensures that student veterans have access to a fulfilling and successful college experience. FLCC has also received a military friendly designation each year since 2014.

Learn More about Veteran Life at FLCC


Sim J. Covington, Jr., Ed.D.
Chief Diversity Officer & Dean of Student Athlete Development
Room: 3756
Phone: (585) 785-1790

Sim is available to speak at your next event or organize a diversity training. Contact him to learn how he can help your organization meet its DEI goals.