Student Resource Center

The Student Resource Center is committed to providing continuing students at NCCC the necessary support services to successfully achieve their personal and academic goals. If you are looking for information regarding your Academic Advisor, want to change your advisor, or need general academic counseling you will find it in the “SRC”. The “SRC” also offers counseling services pertaining to Excelsior Scholarships, Student Outcome Tracking (SOT), withdrawal counseling, and change of major information.

Our services include:

  • Academic Counseling – Counselors are available to answer student Academic questions, assist students in fulfilling graduation requirements, and provide referrals to other on-campus support services.
  • Advisement Services – Students who wish to inquire about their advisor or change their current advisor can meet with a counselor to discuss their options.
  • Animal Management/Allied Health Change of Majors – Students looking to change majors into Animal Management or an Allied Health major should make an appointment with an SRC Counselor to discuss eligibility requirements and strategies pertaining to changing into one of these majors.
  • Change of Major – Change of major applications are available on-line, or can be completed within the Student Resource Center in A-144. Students can meet with an SRC Counselor to discuss the Major Change and the effect it will have on their educational path.
  • Excelsior Counseling – Students who receive an Excelsior scholarship should meet with a SRC Counselor before making any changes of major or adding or dropping of classes.
  • Student Outcome Tracking Counseling – Niagara County Community College has implemented Student Outcome Tracking (Course Eligibility for Financial Aid). This program will assist students in determining financial aid eligibility for each of their courses. Students cannot be awarded financial aid for classes that do not count toward their degree or certificate program requirements. SRC counselors are available to talk about options pertaining to SOT.
  • Withdrawal Counseling – Although withdrawal form can be found in the Registration and Records Office, students are encouraged to discuss withdrawal options with a SRC Counselor prior to withdrawing from NCCC.

Contact

Phone: 716-614-6290
Fax: 716-614-6814
Email: src@niagaracc.suny.edu
Location: A-144