Counseling Support Success Programs
Academic Success Kit (ASK)
Students are placed on academic probation when their GPA is less than a 2.0. Students will receive an email and a letter in their Communication Center on the website informing them of their academic status. A hold is in effect which prevents registering for the next semester. To remove the hold, students must participate in a workshop that addresses self-reflection as the initial way to connect with the seriousness of being on probation.
Onsite workshops are available at the beginning of a semester; students are encouraged to attend these so as not to miss their first available registration date. Contact us at 775-673-7060 to schedule your workshop.
Program components include: communication about being on probation, a holistic intervention designed to assess reasons for being on probation, mid-term progress reports, and follow-up services. The ASK program integrates cross-departmental collaboration by including various aspects of student services and academic areas.
If students do not take the onsite (in-person) workshops, then an online workshop will be posted and available after registration has begun for the following semester.
- On the TMCC website home page, in the left hand column, click the MyTMCC link. On this portal, enter your username and password.
- Find the Other Resources tab, click Web College (Angel).
- On this site, under the Courses tab, click Academic Success Kit Workshop (ASK).
- Complete all of the course content activities.
- After completion, call Counseling and Career Services (775-673-7060) and inform the staff of your actions. They will review your completion of the ASK Workshop and remove the hold.
Success First Bridge Program
The Success First is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and brought to you by the Nevada System of Higher Education. This is an application-based program for first time college students meeting specific criteria. Focus is on those who would be the first in their family to graduate with a bachelor's degree and who would benefit from a jump-start to strengthen their college-readiness skills.
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