Walk-in Tutoring Center
The Anatomy and Physiology series is historically a very difficult and demanding course of study. The same is true for most, if not all, biology courses. I highly recommend forming small study groups, or at the very least find a study partner to support and encourage your progression through the course. In addition to your independent and group/partner studies I also recommend the Walk-in tutoring offered at HCC. Walk-in tutoring is a way for you to just "walk in" when a tutor (typically a former student who has successfully completed the course) is available to review concepts and ideas. Tutors can also discuss important studying strategies and help you with ideas to improve study skills. The Tutoring Center is located in Fallston Hall, Room 103. Click HERE to view hours for walk-in tutoring. Leslie Connery is in charge of the Math center and she can be reached at LConnery@harford .edu or by calling 443-412-2429.
Disability Support Services
If you think you may have a condition that places you at a disadvantage to be successful in this class I encourage you to contact Disability Support Services to discuss potential barriers to success. You may be able to take exams in a quiet environment, be allowed extra time for exams, have exams dictated to you, etc., but those provisions are ONLY available to those who have been registered with DSS. Click HERE to get information on Disability Support Services.