- reference guides
- information databases
- online encyclopedias
- the library catalog
The Barber Library offers online resources you can access from off-campus. Use the search box on the homepage to search the most popular databases, or consult a Research Guide to find articles, background information, websites, and more for a particular subject.
If you have questions, you can get help from the library.
Tutoring Services at COCC
The COCC Tutoring Center provides free tutoring services to all currently enrolled COCC students for the courses that they are currently taking at COCC. Tutoring is available on all four campuses and online. It also administers a variety of tests, including various test-taking services for students with disabilities, GREs, SATs, and many certification tests.
For more information, call (541) 383-7538 or email email@example.com.
The COCC Writing Center provides free tutoring services to currently enrolled COCC students for courses that they are currently taking at COCC. Please visit the Writing Center Website for a schedule of center hours and additional information.
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- General Blackboard Help for Students: Visit www.cocc.edu/elearning/blackboard/bb-for-students/bb-for-students/
Academic Advising and CAP Services:
Unless you receive special permission from your advisor (every COCC student has one), you cannot register for the next term. Your advisor should contact you about advising appointments, but you need to proactive as well. If you do not hear from your advisor or for any reason cannot meet with him or her, you need to contact the CAP Services. CAP Services can answer most questions about
- placement tests,
- academic advising,
- and graduation.
You can reach CAP Services by phone at (541) 383-7250 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Resources
Any student with a documented disability (physical, learning, psychological, vision, hearing, etc.) who needs to arrange reasonable accommodations must inform the college as soon as possible.
If you require assistance related to a disability, contact the Disability Services Office at (541) 383-7583. For more information, including a Guide for Students with Disabilities, see COCC's Web page for Services for Students with Disabilities
Jamie Rougeux, Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities at COCC can be reached at (541) 383-7743 or by email at email@example.com
- Blackboard Accessibility Statement: Follow the link to find out more about Blackboard commitment to accessibility and about other resources detailing Blackboard's compliance to ADA standards