Click on the tile below that most closely matches the type of assistance you need. You will be redirected to further service information or forms at that point. Keep in mind that although you are able to access Pioneer Connect at any time, our staff will be available to provide services only from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday and from 8:00am to 4:00pm on Fridays
Or you can filter by the type of resource you need (scrolls left/right):
Application support, dual enrollment support
15-minute meetings to help students with: Course planning, Transfer planning, Drop a course, Add a course, Program changes, Course substitution / waiver requests. (Follow up appointments may be required for Academic Caution / Probation, or Financial Aid Appeals.)
Books for courses as well as backpacks, computer supplies, calculators, flash drives, art and drafting materials, clothing and gift items, test-taking forms, snacks, graduation items and so much more.
Career Assessment, Career Exploration, Employment Preparation, Job Searching. Our Career Development office is ready to get you on a path to reaching your career goals, or simply help you decide what they are.
Thank you for contacting the Cashier’s and Student Billing Offices. If you have a question regarding a payment, need to make payment over the phone, or need assistance making a payment online, please contact the Cashier’s Office by calling 989-686-9394 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a question about your billing statement or your student account, please contact the Student Billing Office by calling 989-686-9333 or email us at email@example.com.
Computer access for registered students to attend online class(es) and complete coursework. Students can reserve a computer in 30min-2hr increments. Computer Rooms found on Main Campus A124/A125 - A wing Hallway
This is NOT an academic advising session. This session is designed to support personal well-being and counseling.
The ODR offers support and accommodation for students who are experiencing barriers in the academic setting as a result of a chronic disability, or an acute medical event (i.e. COVID-19).
A&P Model Reservations, Computer Reservations, Food Pantry, Library Lending Lockers, Scanning Stations, TRiO's Educational Opportunity Center
Guide students to support through eLearning Help Desk Ticket System, Remote assistance via Zoom or provided video and written tutorials
Helps students with: FASFA Assistance, General Aid Questions, Document Submissions, Scholarship Aid
The Student Food Pantry helps financially-stressed students stay focused on their academic success by providing food resources. Services provided: Lunch Bag - same day availability - 5 minute lead-time; a lunch while on campus. Family Food Box - 12-hour lead-time; available Monday-Friday
Have an in-person request? Follow the next few prompts from this link.
Virtual library resources are always available. All students can make appointments to pick up items. Those students who are currently taking classes on campus can make appointments to use computers and/or study tables.
Helps students with: Drop off forms, register for classes, drop classes, veteran services
Accuplacer Placement Test
We want you to reach your dreams! We inform the community about higher education opportunities and provide educational planning through a centralized hub of support.
Remote tutoring assistance by appointment, Learning/study strategies coaching/development, General inquiries/Office 365 help, Facilitated study groups, Instructional materials & workshops, CyberTutor (Quick questions!)
Remote consultations by appointment, Assistance with reading strategies/writing assignments, Source integration and citation assistance, Instructional materials & workshops, Online paper/presentation submissions through Portal