The Office of Student Success is working to bring students the resources and supports they need to achieve success while they're here and after they graduate, especially as we navigate college life during the coronavirus pandemic.

Below we've outlined student accommodations and tutoring service policy changes. You can also view our COVID-19 Policy Updates for additional information about campus-wide policies.

Accommodating Students with Special Requirements

The Office of Student Success seeks to provide reasonable accommodations for students with documented medical conditions as it pertains to COVID-19. All reasonable accommodations are individualized and confidential based on the nature of the medical condition.   

If you are seeking accommodations due to a documented medical condition, please reach out to Kristin Brooks, Director of Student Success at or 803.786.3713. 

Academic Support

Academic Support Services are still available to students during the fall semester but operating in limited capacity. Once appointments are made, students will receive instructions on how to prepare for the appointment.  

Tutoring Services at Pearce Communication Center

The Pearce Communication Center (PCC) is committed to student excellence, providing the skills-based tools, techniques, and practice for enabling students to achieve their highest potential in written and oral communication, reading competence, study methods, and other academic success ventures.

To request a tutor or schedule an appointment, visit Navigate. The Pearce Communication Center is located in the lower level of the library.

Business, Math, and Sciences Tutoring Center

The Business, Math and Sciences Tutoring Center provides a supportive learning environment for students who need assistance outside the classroom in lower level Biology, Business, Chemistry, CIS and Mathematics courses.

Tutors can assist you with exploring concepts, test preparation, and help you hone your study skills. To request a tutor or schedule an appoint, visit Navigate.

The center is located in Room 126 of the Barbara Bush Center for Science and Technology.

Distance Learning | Student Concerns

If you are an online student and have concerns regarding your courses, please let us know so we can help resolve the issue. Information will be reviewed by Columbia College staff.