Academic Success Center

Take a breath. Take the leap. You’ve got this.

The courses at BPC will challenge you but your dreams push you to strive for success. We offer resources that help you develop the confidence, competence, and responsibility you need to achieve those dreams.

How can we help you?

From needing help with finding x, to learning where to put your commas, the Academic Success Center (ASC) is a free on-campus resource that facilitates educational support and tutoring services to BPC students. In addition, the ASC Writing Center specializes in assisting students with writing papers, crafting citations, and perfecting grammar. You can schedule an appointment online, or visit the Academic Success Center, located in the Cook building.

Students Obtaining Academic Rewards (SOAR) is an academic program designed to provide first and second year students with practical tools needed to succeed in higher education. Students involved in this program will have already been admitted into the Bridge Program (BP), which aims to assist students in making the academic jump from high school to college. Involvement in SOAR will sharpen students’ skills in Reading, Math, and Writing, to prepare them to succeed in their college career.

We offer free individual peer tutoring services to help students improve their understanding of required course topics, improve study skills and strengthen writing abilities.

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We offer virtual and in-person workshop opportunities to continue enhancing the academic skill set of every BPC student. View the schedule below to find out what workshops are happening this semester.

September 17, 2021 at 11 AM
Online Courses: Staying Motivated and Disciplined
Meeting ID: 814 4050 6473
Passcode: 855079
Attend this Workshop
September 24, 2021
Communicating Online with Clarity, Purpose, and Grace
Attend this Workshop
October 8, 2021
Plagiarism: What it is, How to Avoid it, and Why it Matters.
Attend this Workshop
October 22, 2021
Focus on Writing: Considerations of Author, Audience, and Genre.
Attend this Workshop
October 29, 2021
Focus on Writing: Argumentation and Academic Discourse
Attend this Workshop
November 5, 2021
Focus on Writing: The Successful Researcher's Playbook
Attend this Workshop
November 19, 2021
Winning the Mental Battle Against Test Anxiety
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Lynn Addison

Associate Professor of Business

Toni Banks

Interim Division Chair,
Assistant Professor of Business

Keith Barr

Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Health and Wellness Management

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