The support you need to succeed
The Academic Support program at Bay College provides an active, collaborative and supportive learning environment which encourages the development of independent learners and promotes both academic and personal success of our students. This is clear in the college’s mission and purpose, and is evident in the widespread availability of academic support across both campuses. Resources within the HUB, Student Success Center, TRIO, Bay College Library and the Bay College West Student Success Center (SSC) exist solely to provide academic support to students. It's these elements that directly contribute to the success of Bay students.
The Office of Accessibility (OOA) is the first stop for information and assistance to support students with disabilities. Bay College strives to reduce the impact of a disability on a student's opportunity to learn and participate in campus life by providing accommodations to eligible students.
Our goal as your assigned co-advisor is to connect you to the people, ideas and services you need to succeed: sometimes that means providing you with new tools and strategies to help you study smart and excel academically.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an internationally recognized academic support program that targets traditionally difficult courses. Students come together in regularly scheduled study sessions to compare notes, discuss course materials, develop creative study tools, practice problem solving, and prepare for exams.
Testing services are provided for academic, placement and certification testing. Students, faculty, community and businesses have access to schedule testing in state-of-the-art testing facilities.
The TRIO Student Support Services program at Bay College provides opportunities for academic and career development for first-generation or low income college students, or college students with disabilities.
Student success is the top priority at Bay College. This is clear in the college’s mission and purpose, and is evident in the widespread availability of academic support across both campuses. Centers throughout campus exist solely to provide academic support to students. It is these elements that directly contribute to the success of our students.