Resources you need to succeed
Successful students know how to access the resources available to support them on their educational journey. Tompkins Cortland is dedicated to supporting the success of every one of our students, and so we have a wide variety of resources available.
Have an interest? Use Career Coach to find a career and a degree program that fit your dreams. Learn about average salaries, current job openings, predictions for future job openings, and other related career options.
Whether you are on the Dryden campus or connecting to us online, the Baker Commons offers a full array of library and accommodation services.
We have tutoring available in most subject areas. Please consult the tutoring schedule for more detail. Tutoring in most courses is also available online via your myTC3 account in Web Courses (Blackboard). Never wait until you are in jeopardy of failing a course to use these resources – use them for support early and often.
Getting connected to your college community outside the classroom through the Office of Student Activities helps lead to success. Check out the programming that’s available, and explore the list of student clubs to see where you find a fit with your interests.
Office of Diversity Education and Support Services
The Office of Diversity Education and Support Services helps underrepresented students to make stronger connections to our diverse community and to find the academic support they need for success.
Read with PEERS (Purpose, Engagement, Evaluation, Resonance, Synthesis)! Successful students set a purpose, engage, evaluate, respond and synthesize as they read. The peers program is a place where peers help peers actively engage in the reading process. Students can get support from their peers that have already successfully completed similar course work. PEERS is designed to assist pre-college students in required reading for all coursework across the curriculum during their first year at Tompkins Cortland. Hours: Monday-Thursday 3-6 in Room 121A. In addition there may be hours in residence life (D building) based on interest and attendance.
The Vector Network
The Vector Network assists first-generation students, socio-economic disadvantaged students, and students from historically underrepresented groups in making a successful academic and social transition to life at Tompkins Cortland Community College. Peer mentors undergo specialized training and offer social, academic, and philosophical support to student mentees. In addition to the peer relationship, the program supports students’ academic progress and social adjustment to the Tompkins Cortland environment by utilizing Vector Faculty Mentors, College offices, departments, leadership programs, and student organizations to provide assistance, encouragement, and practical experiences.
Request a Transcript
Students with a current myTC3 account and former students who do not have an active myTC3 account can request a transcript through our online transcript service or by mail or fax.