At some point during their college careers, many students experience academic, emotional or behavioral difficulty. If you are experiencing difficulty in your class, make sure you let your instructor know as soon as possible. The earlier you start to seek help, the more time you and your instructor have to try and locate resources that can help make a positive impact during the semester. These are some resources you and your instructor can seek out to help make your behavioral science course a good learning experience for you.
There are a variety of resources available to you if you would like additional help in any of your behavioral sciences courses. Our Academic Support Center offers individual, course-specific tutors for any of our classes.
Behavioral science research suggests that MOST undergraduate students can use help developing better study skills. If you are one of them, there is a lot of help available. GRCC's Counseling and Career Center offers ongoing workshops on general study skills development.
If you would rather explore study skills improvement on your own, there are many resources available to you online.
It’s not unusual for college students to experience problems with stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse or other emotional and behavioral challenges. While these things can certainly make life less pleasant, the good news is that there is a lot of help available for you. The GRCC Counseling and Career Center is a good place to start. You can learn about the different types of counseling offered and arrange to meet individually with a counselor, or access the Counseling and Career Center’s mental health resource webpage.