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Student Support Services

Student Support Services offers a tutoring program to qualified applicants. Phone: (870) 972-2320.

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Learning Support Center

The Learning Support Center (LSC) offers tutoring in almost all 1000 and 2000 level general education courses and some upper division core courses. The LSC is located on the bottom floor of the Dean B. Ellis Library, room 100. During the fall and spring terms their hours are Monday - Thursday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Friday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Center is closed during the summer terms. Services are available to students in ASU-Jonesboro courses only. An ASU ID is required to receive services in LSC.

The LSC Math Lab is available for students to practice and certify in Hawkes-based algebra courses. A qualified LSC tutor is on hand in the math lab. Additionally, valuable resources including tutorials in chemistry, physics, algebra and other courses are available on the LSC website. You may access the LSC website by going to the ASU website, A-Z index, L, Learning Support Center. To access other resources click on "Learning Resources" on the LSC website. For more information, call 870-972-3451.


External Resources

Please note the following links are provided for references only and Disability Services is not related with the following organizations.

Arkansas Rehabilitation Services

A division of the Department of Career Education, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services (ARS) has been charged with providing opportunities for Arkansans with disabilities to lead productive and independent lives. This is our mission statement and it is the foundation for the programs and comprehensive services that we provide to individuals with disabilities to enable them to prepare for and enter the workforce.

Learning Ally

Promotes personal achievement when access and reading are barriers to learning by advancing the use of accessible and effective educational solutions.

Entry Point

Entry Point! is the signature program of the AAAS Project on Science, Technology, and Disability. Entry Point! identifies and recruits students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities studying in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business for outstanding internship and co-op opportunities.

Arkansas Disability Rights Center

The Disability Rights Center of Arkansas (DRC) is the federally funded and authorized Protection and Advocacy (P&A) system and Client Assistance Program (CAP) for people with disabilities in Arkansas.

ICAN 

Increasing Capabilities Access Network. ICAN is a funding information resource and provides information on new and existing technology free to any person regardless of age or disability.

HEATH

National Resource Directory on Post secondary Education and Disability

ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG)

This document contains scoping and technical requirements for accessibility to buildings and facilities by individuals with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.

AbilityJobs

Resource for individuals with disabilities seeking job placement and internship. ABILITYjobs.com is easy to use and designed to assist people with disabilities. Job-seekers can freely post their resumes on the site with the knowledge that companies are actively seeking them for employment.

We Connect Now 

virtual community for college students with disabilities for access and employment issues.

Wave Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool

Wave is designed to assist in web accessibility evaluation process. A manual check by a person is still required to ensure a web page is accessible.

Seizure Disorder Information

The Epilepsy Foundation

The Epilepsy Foundation of America® is the national voluntary agency dedicated solely to the welfare of the almost 3 million people with epilepsy in the U.S. and their families.

Epilepsy Symptoms

Here you will find some of the symptoms people with epilepsy may experience before, during and after a seizure.