Student Success Center

The Student Success Center in Cressman Library provides students with a wide variety of support programs designed to help students achieve their academic goals.  The Office of Academic Advising, the FALCONERS (Act 101) Program, the Dean of Student Success, and the Office of Learning and Disability Resources are located in the SSC.

International Student Services, which offers English language and cultural support, academic advising, and immigration advising, is located in the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement in the Allen House. 

Collaboration Room Reservations

Academic Services is pleased to have available for student use collaboration/group study spaces. Two spaces are located in the Student Success Center on the main floor of the Cressman Library and one is located on the first floor of the Allen House. These rooms are available for reservation on my.CedarCrest via WC Online (link in next section). Please see below for more details.

Please observe the following rules when you reserve and use a collaboration room:

  1. Reservation must be for room use by two or more persons.
  2. A valid student ID and completed online form is required to reserve a collaboration room. (go to: Room Reservation Form) This is the same place you can make an appointment with the Writing Center.
  3. Reservations can only be made by the ID holder, and the student must be present while the room is in use.
  4. One person from the group may make a single reservation for one of the rooms for up to 2 hours.
  5. Printed appointment confirmation must be posted on the door of the room.
  6. Please read our Small Collaboration Rooms Policy listed below. This applies to all study room users.

For the full policy and guidelines, click here: Collaboration & Group Study Room Guidelines & Policy

Online classes are different than in-person classes.

You might need to use different strategies for them, but that’s ok. We've provided some quick reference handouts here that can help!

Set a schedule

Staying organized and prioritizing your work 

Multitasking (or, how to avoid it!)

Make the most of video lectures

Set up study groups in Microsoft Teams

Online group and team work

Quick reference guide (image)