Disability Support Services
Access and excellence through accommodations and advocacy.
Disability Support Services strives to create an inclusive and accessible environment by collaborating with students, faculty, and staff to facilitate solutions to environmental and educational barriers
Project Next is a national research project providing academic and career support services to college students with Traumatic Brain Injuries or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Apply for Disability Support Services
On this page you will find the information and the forms you will need to apply for Disability Support Services.
|Academic Support Center|
The Academic Support Center provides tutoring for multiple subjects such as math, writing, chemistry and foreign languages. All ASC tutoring services are offered free on a drop-in or appointment basis.
Location: University Campus, Student Union Building, 406-657-1641, and City College Campus Tech Building, 406-247-3022
Tutoring and mentoring resources on campus include Student Support Services and the Academic Support Center.
|Student Support Services|
Student Support Services/TRIO provides support for students seeking academic development and assists students with basic college requirements by motivating students toward successful completion of their college careers.
University Campus, Library, 141, 406-657-2162
City College, Tech Building, A021 406-247-3051