ALC provides students with a variety of academic resources to help them succeed. Below you will find information about academic advising and faculty office hours, finding a tutor, career placement, and receiving counseling during difficult times. College life can be hard, but the faculty and staff at ALC are here to help!
Good planning is a key ingredient for academic success. In order to promote good planning, each student is assigned a Faculty Advisor. Students work closely with Faculty Advisors to develop a schedule of classes and activities that will best help in the achievement of academic goals. Faculty Advisors also assist students in choosing a major area of study and fulfilling the College’s graduation requirements. Advisors are assigned by the Registrar on the basis of the student’s academic and professional interests and intended major. A student who wishes to change his or her Faculty Advisor may obtain a Change of Academic Student Status form for this purpose from the Registrar.
Click here for Faculty Office Hours, which will be updated each semester.
Tutoring is available to Alice Lloyd College students. Each semester, a list of trained tutors is compiled by the professors to help struggling students with various classes. Tutoring is done on a one-to-one basis by fellow students and faculty and in group sessions arranged by instructors and the Coordinator of Tutorial Services. Regular meetings with a counselor and tutoring are part of the special assistance required for students on academic probation. Please click here to see the latest tutoring schedule!
The Office of Career Services and Web Management at Alice Lloyd College provides career and life planning services for students. The following services are provided: general testing (interest inventories) and occupational and vocational information and guidance. The Office of Career Services and Web Management gives assistance to all students in the areas of resume writing, employability skills, graduate study information, study skills, preparation of individual credentials, and interview opportunities.
The Retention Counselor is available to help students cope with the normal hassles of college life. Students who need clinical evaluation or follow-up are referred to the local counseling agency, Kentucky River Community Care, or are helped to find mental health services in their home communities.
Counseling Services Contact Information
Charlene Bentley, Retention Counselor
Kentucky River Community Care
KRCC 24-Hour Crisis Hotline (for emergencies only)