Academic Resources

There are a wide variety of options available to CCCC students who are looking for academic support. We offer alternative learning opportunities such as Online Learning or International Study as well as writing and math support, tutoring, and open computer labs.

Academic Support Services

The Office of Academic Support Services encourages students to take advantage of the following services to assist them with the successful completion of their course work:

Tutoring Center: offers free personalized or small group tutoring for Cape Cod Community College students. The College offers academic support in course work as well as vocabulary, spelling, study skills, grammar, test taking, reading skills, math skills, word processing/computer skills, diagnosis of learning strengths and weaknesses, and more.

Tutoring Center
Location MM Wilkens Hall, Room 111
Phone 774.330.4352
Website www.capecod.edu/web/tutoring/tutoring-center
Appointments Make an appointment online. (Contact the Tutoring Center if you are unable to find an appointment that fits your need.)

Math Learning Center: is a place for students to find support and guidance for math work associated with Math classes as well as with Science, Business and Health Classes, and is staffed with Learning Specialists and Peer Tutors.

Math Learning Center
Location Science, Room 112
Phone 774.330.4626
Website www.capecod.edu/web/tutoring/math-learning-center

Online Tutoring: On Demand, Anytime, Anywhere Learning. Take advantage of Brainfuse, which offers a wide range of services that can be used to your personal learning style.

Learn more: Online Tutoring

Reading and Writing Resource Center: offers drop-in tutoring for students looking for assistance in their writing and reading assignments as well as with MLA, APA and Chicago forms of documentation, and is staffed with Learning Specialists and Peer Tutors.

Reading and Writing Resource Center
Location MM Wilkens Hall, Room 108
Phone 774.330.4526
Website www.capecod.edu/web/tutoring/writing-center

Advantage/TRiO/SSS

This program helps students adjust to college life and prepares them for academic success. The staff includes counselors, tutors, and peer mentors who understand academic challenges that college students face when completing a two-year degree.

Advantage Program
Location MM Wilkens Hall, Room 221
Phone 774.330.4321
Website www.capecod.edu/web/advantage

Coaches & Mentors

is a comprehensive student support services program that provides assistance to students from the first day they arrive on campus to the day they graduate. Services include tutoring, academic advising, career counseling, study skills instruction, workshops, and job placement assistance.

Coaches & Mentors
Location MM Wilkens Hall, Room 233
Phone 774.330.4374
Website www.capecod.edu/web/coaches

College Catalog

The College Catalog is designed to give you an overview of the College and help guide your college experience. Here you will find information about academic programs, degree requirements, financial information, course offerings, and other information for CCCC students.

Learn more: College Catalog

CLEP® – College-Level Examination Program

The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP®) offers you the opportunity to receive college credits for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of the exams we offer.

Learn more: CLEP®: College-Level Examination Program

Computer Labs

Computer labs are available for student use in support of academic programs. In addition, several computer classrooms are equipped with presentation equipment and Vision software.

Learn more: Computer Labs

International Studies/Study Abroad

See available Faculty-led short-term study tours, as well information about programs to earn credit while spending a semester, summer, or intersession abroad through accredited programs.

Learn more: International Study

O'Neill Center for Student Access and Support

This office offers assistance to students with documented physical, psychological, and/or learning disabilities. The Center works collaboratively with faculty and other campus resources to provide a wide range of support services which may include priority registration, academic counseling, tutoring, note taking, adaptive computing, and exam modifications.

O'Neill Center for Student Access and Support
Location MM Wilkens Hall, Room 222
Phone 774.330.4337
Website www.capecod.edu/web/disability

Online & Blended Learning

At 4Cs, you’ll find a friendly team of professionals to support your educational goals, balancing work and home responsibilities, while earning your degree or certificate. Whether you attend part-time or full-time, we offer 24/7 online tutoring as well as financial aid packages to help fund your education. We offer training sessions to help make students more comfortable with the online teaching format even before you begin your academic program.

Online & Blended Learning
Location Wilkens Library, Room LCG-13
Phone 508.375.4040
Website www.capecod.edu/online

Scholarship Opportunities

The Cape Cod Community College Educational Foundation awards approximately $200,000 in scholarships to CCCC students every year.

Learn more: Scholarship Opportunities

Wilkens Library

The Wilkens Library provides students with on-campus and remote access to online indexes and full-text databases, covering thousands of scholarly and professional journals and newspapers in all disciplines. The library's collections include books, reference materials, journals, local and national newspapers, video recordings, DVDs, and other audiovisual materials.

Wilkens Library
Location Wilkens Library Building
Phone 774.330.4480
Website www.capecod.edu/library

Questions?

David Biggs, Coordinator, Office of Campus Life
Location Grossman Commons, Room 201C
Hours Monday–Friday, 8:30am–4:30pm
Phone 774.330.4320
E-mail dbiggs@capecod.edu