Academic Success & Access Programs
College-level academics can be challenging. At FLCC, you'll have access to a wide range of academic support services, which are designed to help you succeed in the classroom.
Disability Services provides personalized attention inside and outside the classroom to any student with a disability.
This program expands opportunities to students who are traditionally bypassed by higher education.
The Incubator is a go-to place on-campus to get the help you need to improve in biology, chemistry, or physics courses.
Tutors are available for many subjects. Enhance your study skills, testing tactics, and how to effectively manage your time.
SI provides peer led academic support and the opportunity to engage in free weekly out-of-class review sessions for classes.
The Math Center is a walk-in help center. Tutors are available to help you achieve success in your mathematics class. Textbooks and calculators are provided!
Grow your writing and critical thinking skills. Mentors are available to explain concepts and provide guidance on your writing.
Our student leaders develop personal and professional skills in a variety of programs, including peer tutoring, supplemental instruction (SI) leaders, EOP summer leaders, and Disability Services note takers. Students who complete our Tutor Training Program are also eligible for internationally accredited CRLA Level I certification.
Literacy Volunteers Ontario-Yates uses highly qualified, committed volunteers to tutor students in reading and writing skills and help teach English to speakers of other languages.
For more information about LVOY services, contact the Canandaigua office at (585) 396-1686.
The toolkit covers a variety of topics ranging from time management to notetaking methods and study tips.
Success Strategies Appointments
Individual appointments are available to assist you with academic strategies designed to help you achieve success.
Tutoring is available for a variety of subjects including math, science and writing.