Resources for Students Online
Online TutoringAvailable Monday through Thursday 10-5 Friday 10-4
When you log on, you will be connected with a tutor. You can make appointments outside these hours with a specific tutor.
Three ways to connect:
- Through the ncstatecollege.edu website: Click here The Online Tutoring link is provided from this page.
- Type https://ncsc.zoom.us/j/284201558 into the search bar on your browser and hit enter.
- If you already have zoom installed
- open zoom and select “join”
- type 284201558 into the meeting ID box
If you have any questions, please contact Barb Keener at 419-755-4539 or bkeener @ncstatecollege.edu
During the current COVID-19 pandemic, the New Directions Student Assistance Program will be providing mental health services for North Central State College students without meeting face-to-face. We will be doing our counseling using online resources.
A counselor is still willing to speak with you to help in identifying resources. To begin this process, click here.
Please include your name and NC State email address in the form online.
Career Services will be happy to assist you while the college is closed during the current pandemic. You can call 419-528-8499, or email email@example.com.
We can work with you on your resume and cover letter, as well as helping you with practice interviews. Visit our web page for more information.
We will continue to support the College Central Network website during this time, and will be happy to discuss your job search with you.
If you want to scan documents with your iPhone, go to the “notes” app, and click on the small camera symbol. It will ask you if you “want to scan a document”? Lay out your pages, and proceed by using your phone’s select button. Your documents will be compiled into PDFs.
Many high-speed internet companies are working to help keep Ohioans connected to highspeed internet so they can continue working and learning from home during the COVID-19 outbreak.
These high-speed internet providers have signed on to the “Keep Americans Connected” pledge through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). These providers commit to not terminating service to any residential or small business customer for failure to pay during the pandemic. They are also waiving late fees for these customers and opening their Wi-Fi hotspots around the state to anyone who needs them. Ohio is grateful to these companies for being positive members of our community as Ohioans take the necessary steps to slow the spread of COVID-19.
• Cable One
• Cincinnati Bell
• Consolidated Communications
• Cox Communications
• Little Miami
• Ohio Rural Broadband Association
• Ohio Telecom Association
• TracFone Wireless
• US Cellular
• Van Lue
For additional information, visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.
For answers to your COVID-19 questions, call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).