Contact Information

Information Center
Phone: 651-450-3000
Toll-free: 866-576-0689
Location: College Center

Student Resources

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The Academic Calendar contains all official dates of the college including college closures and detailed information concerning academic deadlines (drop and add, tuition payment, registration, etc.).

The Bookstore is the college's official source for class materials and supplies. It is conveniently located on the lower level of the College Center, but materials can also be purchased online.

Career & Employment Services assists students with their vocational search via individual career appointments. The Career Resource Center provides written and online materials.

The College Catalog is available online in PDF form for reference purposes.

College Policies are in effect after approval from the Policy Committee. Each policy undergoes a review process.

Students may visit Counseling for assistance with academic advising, educational counseling, career planning, and personal concerns.

Disability Services assures access to educational programming and activities for all.

At the Enrollment Center, students can register for courses, make tuition payments, access student account information, or request a transcript, among other services.

Financial Aid details the many financial aid options to help you pay for your education. Its staff can help find the appropriate option for you.

The Library offers a wide selection of books and other materials available for lending. The library's electronic databases are an ideal research source and the reference librarian can help you find the right one.

The Math Center is an open work area where students can study or work on math assignments with assistance available.

Peer Tutoring provides students with scheduled academic assistance. Students can access Smarthinking Online Tutoring through their site.

Security & Transportation details the measures we take to ensure safety on campus and information on getting to campus.

Technology Services gets you connected to the network, has information about open student computers, and how to get technical help.

The Testing Center administers a variety of testing services. Placement testing is usually a part of the admissions process.

Veteran Services offers support for veterans returning to school.

The Writing Center gives you the chance to work one-on-one with an experienced writer in every phase of the writing process.