The Student Resource Center helps students utilize online tools and software to navigate academic processes related to registration, advising, coursework and transfer.
The Student Resource Center assists with:
Academic advising offered in both the Arts and Science transfer programs, especially during those times when academic advisors may be in class or out of the office for extended periods.
College Placement Test – Practice Tools
Learn about various tools available to help prepare students for the college placement test. Among the tools presented is the Learning Express Library, which includes many practice tests on various academic subjects.
McGraw-Hill (MH) Connect – Registration and Training
MH Connect is a digital teaching and learning environment platform designed to save students and instructors time while improving performance over a variety of critical outcomes. This session will demonstrate how this program is used as an online assessment and training tool.
Microsoft Office 365 Download – FREE!
Office 365 Education for Students is available free to students who are enrolled at TTC. Install Office on up to five PCs or Macs and on other mobile devices, including Windows tablets and iPads.
Microsoft PowerPoint – The Basics
This session demonstrates the basics for creating and modifying a solid Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Students learn how to format text on slides and add graphical objects to a presentation and modify them.
Microsoft Word – The Basics
This session demonstrates how to create and format Word documents. Students will learn how to add page numbers, headers, footers, and spell and grammar check Word Documents.
MyITLab – Registration and Training
MyITLab enables students to be trained and assessed in introductory computer concepts and software performance skills. This session demonstrates how this online Microsoft Office program is used as an online assessment and training tool.
MyLabsPlus – Registration and Training
MyLabsPlus enables students to be trained and assessed in (1) all aspects of academic writing, from grammar and punctuation to critical thinking and research, and (2) mathematics and statistics. This session demonstrates how this program is used as an online assessment and training tool.
Being able to access and navigate TTC’s online tools is essential to students’ academic success. This session reviews how to access the my.tridenttech.edu single sign-on student portal, and provide the basics for navigating TTC Express, Desire 2 Learn (D2L) and student email accounts.
TTC’s transfer program is designed to help students make a seamless transition from one college to another. Knowing the transfer process steps is essential in successfully meeting your transfer goals. This session reviews the steps of the transfer process, offering instructions in using SC TRAC and university transfer guides.
TTC Express – Course Registration Demonstration
Students with at least three credit hours are able to complete course registration through TTC Express. This session demonstrates how to search, register, drop and withdraw from courses using TTC Express. Students will also learn how to view and print their class schedules.