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Who Can Help


This section introduces the many faculty and staff dedicated to helping you succeed.  You are not alone in your journey; reach out for help early and often.

Click on each office below to learn more:

• Academic Centers
• Faculty Advisors
• Advisement
• Library Services
• Learning Center
(**each list will open up a text box on the side to view the information)

Academic Centers:

MVCC organizes its degrees and certificates into five interdisciplinary Academic Centers. The Centers give students the advising and support they need to succeed, and offer opportunities to broaden scholarly and professional horizons. Familiarize yourself with the Academic Center that houses your degree or certificate program of choice--it's your home base for all things academic. On the Academic Centers' Web pages you'll find faculty contact information and office hours; lists of degree and program offerings; and advising information.
• Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
• Social Sciences, Business Information Sciences (BISS)
• Arts & Humanities  (CAAH)
• Life And Health Sciences (LAHS)
• Learning & Language Design (CLLD)

Faculty Advisors:

Faculty advisors from your academic center can help you reach your academic and career goals. You should meet with your faculty advisor often for help with academic decision-making, class selection, graduation requirements and as a valuable resource. Check your Degree Progress in SIRS to find out who your assigned faculty advisor is.


Create a relationship with a college advisor who can help you with educational planning as well as connect you to campus resources. College advisors, located in the Student Services Center, meet with students for their new student advising appointment and assist with registration, college policies and procedures, changing majors, and basic financial aid questions.

Library Services:
Everything you need to get it done; both online and on campus. References available via email, phone, instant messenger and 24/7 virtual reference services.
• Computers
• Quiet study space
• Group areas
• Study carrels
• Wireless access

Visit our website for online resources, open hours & campus locations:

Learning Center:

The place to be on campus is the Learning Center. FREE professional tutoring in many subject areas including: Reading, Writing, Math and Science – just to name a few. Make an appointment online or stop in. Get acquainted with the staff; they are there to help you succeed.
Check online for:

• Campus locations
• Open hours
• Academic support
• Online resources
• Tutoring schedule
• 1-1 tutoring appointments