SCC Resources and Support Services for Students

SCC is committed to student success, and there are many services available to help you achieve your educational and personal goals. These services are free for currently enrolled students, and include resource materials, tutoring, counseling and accessibility arrangements.

ACE (Academic Career Enhancement) Tutoring  Center

Social Sciences Building (SSB), Room 2201

The ACE Tutoring Center helps students in the areas of math, science, writing across the curriculum and a whole range of study skills (e.g., time management, test-taking, critical thinking, etc.). In addition, the ACE Tutoring Center occasionally offers qualified tutors for individual courses (e.g., economics, French, Spanish). The ACE Tutoring Center also has an array of study aids that students are welcome to use. These resources include textbooks, videos, CDs, software, anatomical models and handouts. 

Students also have access to an open computer lab in the ACE Tutoring Center. This lab contains 87 computers for individual student use. 

Free tutoring sessions are available by appointment, and they typically last 30 minutes. Appointments can be made by calling 636-922-8444; appointments are also handled on a walk-in basis as staff availability allows. More detailed information about the ACE Tutoring Center hours, policies, and services can be found by visiting the campus website and also by clicking on the ACE tab on the Canvas home page.


Learning Resource Center (LRC) Building

Resource materials include reference books, magazines, journals and databases that carry full-text articles, as well as books providing useful information for writing your reports. Library (at 636-922-8620) and ACE Tutoring Center personnel can assist you in understanding documentation techniques for writing and Internet assignments.

Disability Support Services

Student Center (SC), Room 133

SCC provides accommodations and services to students with a documented disability in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Students with a disability will find SCC a welcoming place. Disability Support Services (DSS) will work to remove barriers to your college education and provide access to the services and facilities on campus.

Students will need to provide documentation of their disability to be eligible for accommodations along with an interview with the Disability Services Manager. You can find more information about documentation requirements on our website at​​​​​​​​​.

For an interview you should contact the manager, Paige George, at or 636-922-8247. 

Counseling Services

Administration Building (ADM), Room 1123

Campus counselor: Christie Jackson, LPC. SCC offers free counseling for SCC students. Call 636-922-8571 or 636-922-8536 to set up an appointment. Students can self-refer or be referred by campus personnel. For a crisis after business hours, call Behavioral Health Response (BHR) at 314-469-6644 or 1-800-811-4760. A counselor will assess the situation and make appropriate referrals. 

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

If you are concerned about a student and would like to connect him or her to support and prevention services, complete the Student Concern Form or call 636-922-8111.