Education Enhancement Centers (EEC's) provide various kinds of academic support for Francis Tuttle students. EEC's operate within multiple areas and coordinators provide services tailored to the needs found in specific programs.
EEC's are available to students in Project HOPE, Information Technology programs, Trade and Industrial programs, Health Sciences, Reno Campus programs, and Portland Campus programs. Services available to students will vary, and EEC coordinators work with instructors to enhance and improve support as needs arise.
Some services provide to students are:
- Individualized tutoring in academic skills, study skills and test prep
- Workforce staging, assistance with resumé development, job interview prep and other employability skills assistance
- Support for Career Tech Student Organizations in the form of meetings, team building and leadership training
- Support for students with disabilities, including the development of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
Instruction is provided through hands-on activities, computer-assisted instruction, written exercises, oral discussions and reviews, and teacher-made adapted materials.
For prospective Francis Tuttle students, EEC offers a confidential, pre-assessment examination to determine test readiness. If remediation is needed, assistance is available in reading, writing and math for ACCUPLACER test preparation. Contact Margaret Lofgren or Billy Roberts, or call 405.717.4110 for a free consultation.
Contact your instructor if you feel an EEC could help you succeed in your academic and career goals.