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COVID-19: Fall 2022 Semester Guidelines

Stay Engaged at Surry

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Looking to stay involved on campus this semester? Whether it’s clubs, athletics, academic support, or career coaching—we’ve got you covered!


Academic Support Center

Free Fall Tutoring! Whether you are learning from home or on-campus, we’ve got you covered at the Academic Support Center! You can get help online or in-person with 1-to-1 tutoring. Connect with a tutor today through any one of these services:

  • In-Person Tutoring
  • Microsoft Teams tutoring
  • Tutor•com 24/7 Live Tutoring (use the link in your Moodle course page)
  • 24/7 Drop-off Paper Writing Help - quick and easy review of any paper

The Academic Support Center is located in R-212 on the Dobson Campus. Contact the Academic Support Center and see how we can help you!


Other Ways to Stay Engaged

Purpose Center & Career Assessment

If you are unsure about your educational or career goals, stop by Surry Community College’s Purpose Center on the Dobson campus in the A-Building for assistance in determining your goals. At the Purpose Center, the career coaches will give you a career assessment and introduce you to the college’s many educational programs. Surry Community College offers students hands-on experiences through work-based learning, internships, and apprenticeship programs.

The Purpose Center is located in the A-Building on the Dobson campus. For more information, contact Jennifer Pardue at (336) 386-3674 or parduejs@surry.edu.

Career Coach is a unique online tool that displays job and career opportunities in the Surry, Yadkin, and surrounding areas. It is a service Surry offers to students, prospective students, and the community.

Career Coach also provides career assessments and a resume builder for students entering the job market. If you have questions about how to apply for a job or how to post a job on Career Coach, contact Rachel Hiatt at (336) 386-3291 or hiattr@surry.edu.

Clubs and Organizations

Phi Theta Kappa (National Honor Society)

The National Honor Society provides the opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

For more information, contact PTK's faculty co-advisors Dr. Kathleen Fowler at (336) 386-3560 or fowlerk@surry.edu or Kayla Forrest at (336) 386-3315 or forrestkm@surry.edu or go to www.ptk.org. You can also follow the local chapter on Facebook @surryPhiThetaKappa.

Scholars of Global Distinction

The Scholars of Global Distinction program allows students to gain global skills that will be marketable and rewarding as they enter the workforce or pursue further education.

For more information, visit Scholars of Global Distinction.

Student Government Association

Promoting better student government, better academic achievement, student activities, to better student-faculty relations, to heighten standards of contact among students and remain a member in good standing of the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association.

Contact studentservices@surry.edu for more information.

Athletics

Surry Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and Region X (North Carolina/South Carolina/Virginia). The Surry Knights athletic department focuses on the overall development of all student-athletes within the college environment. SCC strives to assist student-athletes in their quest to excel in academic achievement, personal development, and athletic competition.

Catch an upcoming Surry Knights game:

For more information, visit Surry Knights.

Want to Learn More?

Choosing a college is an important decision, and we’re pleased that you’re interested in Surry Community College.