Academic Support

When Students Succeed, We Succeed
At Northeast State, we know that college can open the door to a world of opportunities. It can lead to a new career path and great things to come. We also know that navigating college and knowing when and where to get help can be overwhelming. That's why we're here - to get you there.

Academic assistance is available via The Learning Center and the Student Success Center. Please take a moment to review the resources available to you and utilize them, as appropriate. And, best wishes on your academic endeavors!

Student Success Center
The Student Success Center provides a wide variety of services to both prospective and currently enrolled students which include academic advising, career advising, transfer advising, academic assessments required for both admission and graduation, and Regents Online Degree Program (RODP) advising.

Location: C2407, General Studies Building
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome, but an appointment will ensure that an advisor will be available to work with you at the time of your visit.
Phone: 423.323.0214
E-mail: advising@NortheastState.edu
Staff: Kathy Coleman, Director
Sandra Gardner, Academic Advisor
Wendell D. Lowe, Counselor, Coordinator of Workforce Investment Act Assistance Programs, Regents Online Degree Program Campus Contact
Denise Walker, Counselor, Coordinator of Assessment Services
Ray Musick, Coordinator of GED Assessment
Marsha Elam, Testing Clerk

The Learning Center
Are you having trouble in class? Are you having difficulty learning the material? Do you need help preparing for a placement test? If so, the Learning Center is here to help and provide the support you need to be successful.

Tutoring - Drop in for tutorial assistance in any of your classes. Check the schedule to see when personal tutors are available or ask the Center Coordinator what help is available online.

Pre-Placement Assistance - Come in for assistance in preparing for placement tests in mathematics, reading, and writing. Tutoring and online resources are available to help prospective students review basic skills prior to placement testing. With some review students are frequently able to test into higher level developmental studies classes or into college level classes.

Online Resources - Faculty and staff provide tutorial and other online resources to benefit students as they attempt to master course competencies. Center staff will assist students in locating appropriate sources of assistance.

Location: L103, Wayne G. Basler Library
Office Hours: Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesdays, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Phone: 423.354.5112
E-mail: TLC@NortheastState.edu
Staff: Jill Bowers, Coordinator

Other Sources of Help
Wayne G. Basler Library
Online Catalog and Student Handbook
Registration Guide