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Alabama Southern is committed to doing its part in assisting students with meeting their educational goals. In the 2013 Spring Term, ASCC implemented two new student success centers, which are designed especially with students in mind. These centers provide an environment for students to engage in study groups, assist their peers through tutoring, and much more. Alabama Southern is very proud of these recent additions to both the Thomasville and Monroeville Campuses.  Alabama Southern Community College's ACES Center is part of the Student Success Center.


Academically Committed to Educational Success

Policies and Procedures



The purpose of the ACES Center is to provide learning support services and resources to students and to provide instructors and student development staff with support for retention efforts. These services and resources include but are not limited to the following:

a.       Referral of students to Student Support Services for tutoring and/or services

b.      Referral of students to the school counselor, student development office, or other persons for requested academic and

       support services

c.       Instruction on the use of Eagles' Web, ASCC Online, and computer tutorials

d.      Online supplemental instruction and resources for coursework

e.      Coordinating and providing a location for the meeting of study groups, seminars, and tutorial sessions

f.        Identification and contacting of at-risk students

g.    Provide workshops and seminars on resume' writing and interviewing skills

h.    Administer personality assessments for students to help with career decisions


1.       Students will document attendance with sign in sheets and by log in on Eagles' Web.

2.       Students will record the purpose of their visit to the center.

3.       Students will use the center resources for studying, reading, or completing assignments.

4.       Students may use the center to meet with tutors or with study groups or to work on projects.

5.       Students will NOT be allowed to use the center or its resources for non-educational purposes.



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