Find all the help you need at the HUB.

We have a new center for student and academic services. It’s called the HUB.
Bldg. S, Room S251 (second floor)

Why the HUB? 
Because it’s a central point for students to ask for the help they need–no matter what it is. The HUB houses tutors, resources and advisors together, so you can come to one space for help.

Tutoring is offered in several subjects, and you can look for the GrammarWorks and History Workshops. 

Come to the HUB to - 
  • Get the advice you need from advisors on selecting courses or staying on track to graduate
  • Find tutoring help in English, history, government, developmental math and non-STEM related math courses
  • Hold a study group or work with fellow students on a project
  • Find a quiet place to study or use a computer to finish and print a paper
  • Access resources to help manage life's challenges like child care, housing, medical treatment and food 

The printers and copiers are on the Pay-for-Print system. Seminar rooms feature technology that lets multiple users connect their wireless devices to a large screen for sharing and collaboration, and students can reserve them.

Connections operates out of the HUB, too. We know that assignments, tests and textbooks are not the only things you have to worry about while you are in school. 

Our Connections program puts students in touch with services that can help them meet financial challenges like child care or medical care or housing. Community agency partners can also help with family advocacy concerns. Connections has staff trained to help you apply for SNAP and TANF benefits to help with food insecurity. 

Students also can find access to local social service agencies in their area through the DCCCD's My Community Resources partnership.