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North Central's Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) offers a wide array of services to help you achieve your academic goals. These include group study areas, quiet study areas, tutoring services, test proctoring and materials to improve study skills.

The Tutoring and Testing Center is located in suite 533 in the Student and Community Resource Center (SCRC).

Study Support

The Learning Lab (SCRC 533) is the home of the Math, Reading and Writing Labs as well as study spaces for students. It is a great space to work with groups or individually if you like background noise while studying. You can access charging stations, headphones, study materials, organization supplies and snacks.

The Tutoring and Testing Center  (SCRC 533) also offers quiet individualized study spaces, publications and support for learning and study skills. Publications are also available at each campus site. 

For personal study support questions, contact the tutoring and testing center at the main Petoskey campus to make an appointment with the manager: (231) 348-6682 or


North Central uses Starfish Student Success and Retention Software to provide students an efficient means of scheduling time with your instructor or advisor or connecting with one of the many free campus services like Campus Cupboard, career services, and tutoring. Please log in and check out your Starfish page through Brightspace or your Portal. Need Help with Starfish, connect with our Accessibility Services Coordinator or use these LibGuide tutorials.

Learning Technology & Digital Supports Technology and Education

Assistive Technologies are powerful tools that help any user become a more efficient and effective learner. Many of these technologies are free and readily available.

For a list of Assistive Technologies, visit Accessibility Support Services.


Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan

Advocacy and Support

The Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan (WRCNM) program provides comprehensive educational support, job search assistance, financial scholarships (tuition, text, and childcare), community connections, advocacy, and referrals. WRCNM advocates on behalf of students to assist in overcoming barriers and moving forward. Personal counseling is also available by appointment.  To contact the WRCNM representative on campus, Stacey Burns, call 231-348-6699 or To contact WRCNM's 24-hour help and information line, call 1-800-275-1995.

Visit WRCNM's Website