Academic  Support  provides assistance to help Sierra Nevada College students achieve their full potential, both while they are SNC students, and after they graduate.  We are particularly focused on developing the campus-wide core theme of Professional Preparedness, which is defined as intellectual flexibility and habits of mind that will prepare students for a lifetime of meaningful work in a constantly changing, diverse global environment. To help us meet this goal, we offer the following programs:

Tutoring Center

Walk-in Tutoring is available every weekday during the semester, at no charge to SNC students, and one-on-one appointments are usually available. Learn more…

Probation and Provisional Student Advising

SNC is deeply committed to the success of each of our students. We employ a range of strategies to help students who have had academic difficulties in the past find their stride. Learn more…

The Strategies for College Success Program

This unique, innovative program provides one-on-one student mentoring  about academic skills and time management. Learn more…

Career and Internship Services

SNC has a Career and Internship Fair each fall and a full complement of Career Workshops and events each Spring. Learn more…

Disability Student Services

We offer a full range of services for registered ADA students. Learn more…

Study Abroad Advising

Sierra Nevada College belongs to two Study Abroad Consortia and also offers several travel courses each year.

Referrals to Counseling Professionals

We can offer informal assistance for ADA and personal issues, and are able to provide referrals to low- or no-cost community professionals.  In any type of emergency please contact 911.

Test Proctoring

We are registered to proctor for BYU Independent Learning students as well as most other online institutions. There is a $25 fee per exam. Contact Henry Conover for more information.

Meet us:

Henry Conover

Director, Academic Support Services

Henry oversees our tutoring center and other academic services. He is a key staff member on campus, interfacing with students, faculty and other staff.  He counsels students, reviews their schedules and is an Instructor for the SCS course.