As a student there may be times when you, or someone you know, will need additional assistance to be at their best. SUNY Broome Community College has a vast array of resources available to assist students at being successful both in and out of the classroom. From academic to personal support, the Dean of Students has relationships with many SUNY Broome departments that can offer students assistance when needed.
Academic Advising– Joint effort between our teaching faculty and our professional advisors who have specialized knowledge of courses and programs and are the best sources of information on how to complete your program requirements.
Learning Assistance Department– Offers courses and activities to help you meet your academic goals. Free services that are offered include:
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program.
- Learning Disabilities Program
- Math Lab
- Reading Comprehension & Study Strategies
- Student Support Services
- Supplemental Instruction
- Writing Center
Additional Academic Support Options– Website designed to share multiple academic student support options. From Library services to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs, this page has it all.
Counseling Services– Counselors are available to help you explore, understand, and deal with your unique personal issues and to help you balance your personal, career, and educational goals.
Health Services– Services offered include limited treatment for illnesses and injuries, limited emergency care, blood pressure screening, pregnancy tests, contraceptive information, healthy lifestyle information, and tests for strep throat.
Public Safety– Responsible for emergency response, hazard control, crime prevention parking and traffic management and are available to address any other safety and security concerns of the students, faculty, or staff.
Veterans Services– Coordinate services for veterans who are attending classes and receiving veteran’s benefits; tutorial assistance; referrals for counseling for financial, vocational and academic problems; veterans work-study job information; and important information about resources available to them at the college. This office acts as a direct liaison between SUNY Broome Community College and the Veterans Administration Regional Office in Buffalo regarding payment of benefits.