Are some of your classes just difficult? Access information about online, in-person or group tutoring in the Academic Support Center.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Also, you can take advantage of our supplemental instruction through small group tutoring assistance for help in some of Southwest’s most difficult courses. Or, if you really enjoyed a particular class during a previous semester, the Academic Support Center is also where you can learn about becoming a Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader for that course. SI Leaders must maintain a minimum 3.25 GPA, have previously earned an “A” in the course of instruction, and have already earned 15 credit hours.
Student Success Workshops
Ready to reach your goals? Attend Student Success Workshops which include Communication at Southwest, Math and Reading Café, Discovering My Learning Style, and My Next Moves: Job Search Tips. Workshops are fun and informative.
Tuesday, September 4 - Communication at Southwest at 12:30 p.m. (Union Avenue Campus, Building B Room 106 Saluqi Den)
Tuesday, September 18 - Putting My Best Pen Forward at 12:30 p.m. (Macon Cove Campus, Farris Student Lounge)
Tuesday, September 18 - Adult Student Success Workshop (Whitehaven Center)
Tuesday, October 2 - Time Flies on Facebook at 12:30 p.m. (Maxine A. Smith Center)
Tuesday, October 9 - Adult Student Success Workshop at 5 p.m. (Union Avenue Campus, Building B, Room 106 Saluqi Den)
Thursday, October 25 - Discovering My Learning Style (Gill Center, Room 210)
Tuesday, February 5 - Putting My Best Pen Forward at 12:30 p.m. (Union Avenue Campus, B Building, Room 106 Saluqi Den)
Tuesday, February 19 - Time Flies on Facebook at 12:30 p.m. (Macon Avenue Campus, Farris Building, Student Lounge)
Tuesday, February 26 - Adult Student Success Workshop 5 p.m. (Macon Avenue Campus, Farris Building, Student Lounge)
Tennessee Promise requires students to complete eight (8) hours of community service before December 1, April 1, and July 1. Stop by the SSP HUB or use the Southwest App to learn about on-campus and local community service opportunities.
The SSP Hub is where a sense of belonging and community begin. Connect with fellow students in similar majors and maybe make a new friend while you increase your knowledge and team-building skills. It’s about networking. Who you know will be just as important as what you know when you enter the job