Student Success Center

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You’re never on your own. 

We’re here to answer all the questions you are afraid to ask! We know learning about how college works (and surviving it) is tough and sometimes you need a little extra guidance, support or a helping hand. That is where we come in! We can help with anything from finding the location of your class to helping you develop a plan to get off academic probation. Simply put, we are here to help you with anything you need. Come see us, we can’t wait to meet you!

General Studies Advising

  • Major/career exploration for undecided students
  • Advising/registration resources
  • General Studies degree information

Tutoring/Study Resources

  • On-campus resources
  • Online resources

Career Services

  • Career exploration
  • Help with resume and interview skills
  • How to conduct job search
  • On- and off-campus job search

Probation and Suspension

  • Information for students on academic probation or suspension
  • Contact Phil Young  at 307-268-2392

Star Program

  • The STAR (Successful Transition & Academic Retention) program is for incoming students who have experienced foster care, homelessness, or are the first to attend college in their family.                      Contact  Dannielle Anderson at  307-268-2468

Disability Support Services

  • Services and accommodations for students with disabilities

Single Parent Program

  • Support services, scholarships, emergency funding, text books
  • Contact Heather Owens at 307-268-2604

Transfer Info

  • Your one stop for transfer information!

Contact us

Gateway Center, 3rd Floor, adjacent to Enrollment Services

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Thursdays from 8-10 a.m. for meetings

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