Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center at Cox College welcomes you.
The Student Resource Center at Cox College provides support for students in academics and personal and social development. The Center aids students in developing transition-to-college foundations such as study strategies, note-taking tips, test-taking proficiencies, time management skills, learning styles assessments, and relaxation techniques, as well as providing guidance in dealing with stress, anxiety, and personal concerns. All students are encouraged to use the support services available through the Center and students may suggest additional ideas or make comments via a suggestion box.
The Student Resource Center’s goal is to encourage success strategies for college and for life. Workshops and seminars on textbook reading, all stages of writing research papers and reports, and APA style may be offered each semester. An introductory course, CCPL 100-Promoting Learning and Ultimate Success, provides incoming students with the opportunity to become familiar with the campus and to develop their learning skills.
At the Student Resource Center, students and faculty will find many informational forms, including those listed as follows:
- Student Employment forms
- Early Warning/Early Intervention forms
- Disability Accommodation forms
In addition, students can find information about Student Ambassadors, the Student Government Association, and other clubs and organizations.
To submit a form regarding academic assistance, safety & security concerns, or mental health, you can do so on our Behavioral Intervention Page.
About the Early Warning/Early Intervention Program
Cox College offers an Early Warning/Early Intervention Program. This program occurs during the first five (5) weeks of classes, during the fall and spring semesters. The Student Resource Center utilizes a proactive format to aid students needing additional study opportunities and resources.