It is important to utilize all of the
resources that are available to you. DMACC is committed to student
success and provides many wonderful resources at no additional charge to
our students. Academic resources include: your instructor(s), the
Academic Achievement Center, and Tutoring.
If you are struggling
in class(es), a good first step is to visit with your instructor(s).
Instructors can provide feedback and offer guidance. They have direct
access to your work and may have insight into the specific concepts or
areas that are causing your struggles.
Academic Achievement Center
(AAC) is an excellent resource for students who need academic
assistance outside of the classroom. The AAC is staffed with instructors
who specialize in a variety of subject areas. AAC instructors can
assess your skill level and assist you in the learning process. AAC
instructors often conduct workshops on test anxiety, test taking skills,
note taking skills, study skills, gearing up for finite math, time
management, and other relevant topics. AAC instructors are also
available to assist students with these issues on an individual basis.
services are available to students who need additional assistance in a
particular class. Tutors can be scheduled on a one-on-one or group
If you believe your difficulties stem from personal issues, you are encouraged to meet with one of our
of personal issues might include difficulty concentrating, problems with
class attendance, lack of confidence, anxiety, etc.