Your Learning Resource Center
Adjusting to college is something each student must do, but it’s different for everyone. Academic coaches are here to help you with things like improving your note taking or reading comprehension, cope with test anxiety, discover your learning style or improve your listening.
Your certified Academic Life Coach is here to help you get back on track If you’re placed on academic probation or suspension. Your Academic Coach will contact you for a meeting to discuss a series of questions and guide you in the process of getting and staying on track.
Proven study skills, tactics and methods can up your academic game. We’re here to help you improve your memory, tighten up your time management, set and achieve goals and implement strategies for reading textbooks. Try out our study location for a comfy spot with snacks.
Connect with a tutor or an organization mentor to elevate your academic game.Writers Block and group study for American government, general psychology and turning points.
Find us on the second floor of the Mabee Learning Center and let us help you achieve your goals!Contact Student Success
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A number of special circumstances may require students to take a test outside of the classroom. With permission from your instructor, submit a testing request. We will reach out to your professor to approve testing arrangements. Look for a confirmation email within three days.
Bridging the Gap
The Bridge Program provides students with the support necessary to succeed at the college level. Students with an ACT score below 19 or SAT score below 970 receive extra help with class work plus support and instruction in the development of good life habits.
Students with Learning Differences
Students with learning differences can Achieve in college. Let us know your needs to enroll in the program best suited to you.
Achieve Level I for students who have a diagnosed learning difference and/or attention disorder. This program includes:
- Weekly meetings with a certified Academic Life Coach
- Weekly meetings with a peer Learning Assistant
- Additional tutoring opportunities
Level I Cost: $1800 per semester or $3200 per academic year
Achieve Level II for students who do not have a diagnosis and includes:
- 1.5 hours per week with a peer Learning Assistant in a similar major. The Achieve Student, Learning Assistant and Academic Life Coach will have an initial meeting to develop a customized success plan. Some Level II students need programmatic help with things like organization, time management, keeping track of assignments and general tutoring.
- 3 week progress checks with Academic Life Coach
- The Achieve Student will also have the option to enroll in the Success Strategies Bridge class.
Level II Cost: $800 per semester or $1500 per academic year
Oklahoma Christian University Disability Services welcomes students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities. OC’s Student Life office provides leadership to University efforts to ensure an accessible, welcoming working and learning environment for individuals with disabilities while ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations.
Oklahoma Christian University
Student Life/Disability Services
2501 E. Memorial Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73130