Our academic support services are there to help when you need a hand in achieving academic success. All services are free of charge and available to all students, whether first-year, transfer, non-traditional, or part-time. The crew at Academic Support Center will help you:
- Succeed in your classes
- Learn to manage your time
- Ease anxiety about test taking
- Study effectively
- Write a paper
- Figure out why you’re worried about school, if you can’t quite put your finger on why
- Get your sugar or salt fix — we have candy and pretzels!
All students are eligible for the academic support services provided through this program. These services include:
- Writing Center
- Academic Counseling
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Math Resource Center
Project Excel is a federally funded program which helps eligible students graduate from college. These services include:
- Academic and Personal Counseling
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Scholarships (Pell eligible students only)
- Financial Aid Advising
- Laptop Lending Program
It can be difficult determining exactly what you want your career to look like. Our Career Services office is here to help you develop your goals so that you may create a pathway for career success. They inform and empower students and alumni by linking them with career information, employment, graduate programs, and experiential learning opportunities. Our Career Services office can help you:
- Establish goals or identify your options of where you see yourself in a career, we encourage you to take advantage of the services offered by the Career Services team.
- Individual or small group counseling appointments are available for students wanting assistance in choosing a major or career
- Help in conducting a job search, or wishing to better understand how their college experiences apply to the work world.
- Assists students and alumni with the process of career development, from exploration to investigation to experiential learning to the job search.
- A library of occupational references
- Self-assessment and career development books
- Employer directories
- Job search material
- Job & internship listings
- College and graduate school catalogues
- The office distributes free career handouts.
- Video equipment so that students may prepare for interviews
- Interview critiquing
Lyndon State College is committed to ensuring that the campus remains a safe and vibrant learning environment. Safety personnel patrol the entire campus by foot and vehicle 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. To enhance safety on campus, the department also operates a student-escort service upon request. Escorts are radio-dispatched and patrol the campus as a team when not doing the actual escort.
The Department of Public Safety maintains a daily incident report log, which is available for review during regular business hours. Information on campus crime statistics, crime awareness, and safety programs may be found by clicking on the links below.
The department also oversees the College’s emergency management plan. Anyone who would like information about the plan is welcome to contact George Hacking, the director of public safety.
Information Technology Services
High-speed connections are available to all residential students as well as commuter students via wireless internet in all academic buildings.
The Information Technology office provides students with a variety of services on campus. Those services include:
- Helpdesk assistance
- Network storage
- A/V equipment
- Toner supplies
- Lyndon has partnered with Dell to help students obtain a laptop or desktop computer at a special educational price.
- Students can also download the most current version of anti-virus software to help protect laptops or desktop computers.
- Every campus office and residence hall room has its own direct inward dial phone number and voice mail. The college provides local and on-campus service to each student living in a residence room.
- The ‘Conditions of Use Policy’ must be abided by all LSC students in order to maintain computer privileges through the college. A copy of this policy may be obtained electronically via this website.
- Students can download Microsoft Office 2010 for windows or Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac for $15 dollars by going to http://lyndonsc.onthehub.com
Samuel Read Hall Library
The Samuel Read Hall Library’s mission is to provide a haven for inquiry and reflection. We support students and the broader community by providing resources, staff, and services that encourage research, engage curiosity, and cultivate lifelong learning.
Need Childcare While You Attend College?
Lyndon does not provide childcare; however, there are many childcare facilities in the area that support the needs of parents who work or attend college.
An excellent first step in finding childcare in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is Kingdom Child Care Connection (KCCC). Kingdom Child Care Connection is funded through the Child Development Division of the Vermont Department for Children and Families.