The Academic Success Center is a supportive learning environment offering an array of programs and services designed to promote academic success and is located on the first floor of Davidson Hall.
Walk-in and by appointment
Virtual and in-person tutoring
Location and contact information in document link below
The Learning Labs are subject-focused centers where students work toward success in collaboration with on-site instructors.
The Accessibility Resources Office is dedicated to serving the various needs of individuals with disabilities and is committed to promoting their full participation in college life.
In conformance with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Hocking College will make reasonable modifications to its practices and will provide certain individualized services and accommodations as needed to assure nondiscrimination on the basis of disability.
Who is eligible?
Eligibility will be determined on the basis of the presence of a disability and a need for accommodations to support an equal educational opportunity. Students with permanent, chronic or temporary conditions that are disabling are considered eligible to enroll with Accessibility Resources.
What documentation is required?
Documentation of the disability is required and this may include an IEP/504 Plan or a letter from a qualified medical provider that names the disability, describes the functional limitations of that disability, and includes recommendations for accommodations in the college setting.
Will my documentation be held confidential?
All documentation of disability submitted to the Accessibility Resources office will be held in confidence.
When should I request accommodations?
Students who wish to request accommodations should not delay in contacting Accessibility Resources. Timeliness is important because accommodations cannot be given retroactively.
What accommodations are provided?
Accommodations are determined on an individualized basis and may include a quiet testing area, extended time for tests, a reader on exams, ASL, CART, closed captioning, audio recording of lectures, and others. Students must meet with Accessibility Resources staff in order to determine the most appropriate accommodations at the college level.
What support services does Accessibility Resources provide?
Accessibility Resources staff are available to assist students with supportive needs which may include advising, instructional guidance and serving as liaison with college instructors and staff to promote the welfare of students.
How do I request services?
Students or prospective students who would like more information or to request disability related services and accommodations should meet with the Accessibility Resources staff in DVD 114, phone 740-753-7104, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hocking College supports you in your right to file a grievance when you believe you have been denied equal access in the form of appropriate accommodations, modifications, auxiliary aids or effective communication or suffered discriminatory harassment as described in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, or the Ohio Administrative Code 4112-5-09: Discrimination against persons with disabilities in institutions of higher education.
The mission of the Trio Student Support Services program at Hocking College is to provide student-centered support, thus increasing persistence, retention, and graduation rates to individuals who are first-generation and/or low-income and who might not otherwise have the opportunity or personal support to complete post-secondary education. Download the TRiO Student Support Services application here. We can help you with the following:
View TRiO's most recent Student Support Services newsletter.
Funding for Trio staff and services is provided by the U.S. Department of Education.
What is the Trio Student Support Services (SSS) program?
TRIO SSS is a federally funded program that provides supportive services to first-generation and income eligible college students with a goal of increasing student success and degree completion.
How can you qualify for the TRiO Student Support Services program?
If a student is Pell eligible and/or a first-generation college student (neither parent has a bachelor’s degree), then he/she/they can apply for the program. Degree seeking students (those planning to complete a degree at Hocking College) who have some academic need and yet are capable of obtaining a degree with assistance are eligible to participate in the program. Students may be admitted upon completing an Intake process and being determined as eligible to participate in the program.
What services does TRiO SSS offer?
TRiO staff provide academic assistance, tutoring, advice and assistance in post-secondary course selection (degree planning/scheduling), advising and coaching, financial literacy information and assistance in completing financial aid applications. TRiO staff also engage students in cultural and educational field trips and assist students in the transfer process which includes taking students on campus visits.
What are the hours of the Testing Center?
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
How do I register to take a test in the Testing Center?
Online tests are walk in. Be sure to allow enough time to complete the test by closing time. Make-up tests are arranged with your instructor and can be taken on a walk in basis. Standardized tests such as HESI, TEAS and ACE are scheduled through the testing firm or coordinating agency.
Can I listen to music?
Not during a test.
Can I use my laptop for testing?
Only with the approval of your instructor.
Contact: 740-753-4195 for more information.