The Steubenville and Youngstown Campuses offer a variety of services to Eastern Gateway students who may be experiencing difficulties. The Student Success Centers offer the following services:
- Writing Center – Located in room 2003 on the Steubenville Campus and room C101 on the Youngstown Campus, the Writing Center puts students together with tutors for help with writing papers, proofreading, research, documentation, and basic word processing. This is a walk-in service; appointments are not required. Students may bring their works-in-progress to the Writing Center for help during posted hours.
- Math Center – Located in room 2003 on the Steubenville Campus and room C101 on the Youngstown Campus, the Math Center offers help with any math course offered at Eastern Gateway. Math tutors are available during the posted hours on a drop-in basis.
- Math Emporium – Located in room C101 on the Youngstown Campus, the Math Emporium is designed to facilitate learning for all students taking math courses. Most math courses at Eastern Gateway have an online component, and this lab assists students with homework for those courses. Students can work independently or receive assistance as required. The Emporium is staffed six days a week with both evening and weekend hours to accommodate students’ needs.
- *Computer access and other subject assistance is available at both Student Success Center locations. Those wishing to meet with a tutor or to become a tutor should contact the Director of Student Support Services, Susan Maruca at 1(800)682-6553 Ext: 3102 or [email protected].
Online tutoring is available through Brainfuse. This service provides online tutoring access to any Eastern Gateway student both on and off campus. There are several components featured through this service including live help in a variety of courses, 24-hour access to submit a writing assignment to the Writing Lab, academic tools to build skills and support learning, along with collaborative tools to connect students-to-students or instructors-to-students. To access Brainfuse – Go to the Brainfuse Log-in page. Login information and instructions can be found in LoudCloud in the Path under “Tutoring and Disability Services” or in emails sent from the Director.
DISABILITIES / ACCOMMODATIONS
Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC), Students with Disabilities:
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Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. In accordance with EGCC procedures, if you have a documented disability and require accommodations, please contact EGCC Disability Services at [email protected] to discuss your specific needs. You must (1) register with EGCC Disability Services, and (2) provide a letter of accommodation from EGCC Disability Services to receive reasonable accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Scheduled appointments are available at both the Youngstown and Steubenville campuses and online. You can reach Disability Services at [email protected] for registration, scheduling of appointments, and coordination of accommodations.
Reasonable accommodations may include (but are not limited to) alternative methods of testing to show mastery of required material, modification of time allowances for testing and required projects, note-takers, interpreters, approved assistance equipment, and/or access to lecture notes and materials such as overhead slides. Effective and reasonable accommodation in the classroom does not include fundamental alteration of the curriculum, classroom standards, or length of class. Accommodations will be made on a case-by-case basis by the College.
Students are responsible for notifying EGCC Disability Services regarding any disabilities for which they may need special services. Students are responsible for providing to EGCC Disability Services pertinent documentation from a medical professional, psychiatrist, psychologist or any other necessary third party and must be submitted to Disability Services and kept on file.