Student Support


Southeastern Technical College offers FREE tutoring!

There are many places students can gather to socialize or study, such as student lounges, libraries, and building lobbies, but Southeastern Technical College also provides free on-campus tutoring to assist students with specific classes or programs of study. Along with tutoring, we offer a Resource Room where students can get additional resources to help with school assignments or leadership material. Highly competent staff and faculty tutors are dedicated to helping you overcome barriers in learning.

Tutor schedules fluctuate each semester. Check with the Student Success Center for the current schedule.


Vidalia Campus Tutoring Schedule

Subject Instructor – Room Number Day & Time
Algebra Dr. Bee Hart – 323 By Appointment,
Algebra/Math Don Davis – 319 Monday-Thursday, 11:00AM – 12:00PM
Biology Sadia Ajohda – 723 By Appointment,
English Pete Frost – 407 Tuesday/Thursday, 2:00PM – 4:00PM
English Vicky Conner – 155 Monday 1:00PM – 2:00PM
English Chris Blackburn – 318 By Appointment,
English Dana Price – 326 Monday/Wednesday 2:30PM – 3:30PM
Microcomputers John Taylor – 810 By Appointment,
Psychology David Standard – 418 Thursdays, 4:00PM – 5:00PM


Swainsboro Campus Tutoring Schedule

Subject Instructor – Room Number Day & Time
Algebra/Math Jamie Powers – 2106 Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30AM – 12:00PM
Biology Sherry Sturgis – 6111 Monday/Wednesday, 8:30AM – 1:30PM & Tuesday/Thursday, 8:00AM – 9:00AM
Chemistry Shirley Holman – 8170 Tuesday, 1:30PM – 2:30PM
English Laquanda Thomas – 2131 Monday/Wednesday, 9:00AM – 11:00AM & Tuesday/Thursday, 10:00AM – 12:00PM, 2:00PM – 4:00 PM
Psychology David Standard By Appointment,
Microcomputers Jamie Powers – 2106 Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30AM – 12:00PM

Technical Support

The mission of the Southeastern Technical College Information Technology (IT) department is to manage and operate college-wide information systems and to coordinate support for the college information infrastructure in order to meet the academic and administrative computing needs of the College. The services that IT provides college-wide include help desk, email, web server, academic server, database, telecommunications, IT security, student information system, and faculty/staff IT training.

Remote Lab Access

Remote Lab Desktop Services Information

Privacy Notice to Computer Users

Remote Access Policy

Computer Use Policy

Email Policy

Textbook Assistance

Lending Library

The Lending Library provides limited assistance to students who have exhausted all financial assistance, including the HOPE Grant and the Pell Grant and need help acquiring books for class. Because books are limited, there is no guarantee that the requested book(s) will be available in the Lending Library. Books are loaned on a first-come, first-served basis beginning on the first day of class each semester.

To apply for the Lending Library, students must meet the following guidelines:

  • Must apply and use resources available through the Financial Aid office:
  • Must have a financial need;
  • Must be currently enrolled in classes at STC;
  • Agree to return the textbook(s) at the end of the semester;
  • Agree to return the textbooks which are state property in the condition in which they were borrowed; and,
  • Agree to replace textbook(s) which have been lost, damaged, or unreturned.

Click here for Lending Library Application Instructions

Click here to complete a Lending Library Request

      • After completing the request, save the file using your name as the file name.
      • From your student email account, email the completed form to the appropriate campus coordinator.

Jeannie Morris, Vidalia –
Emily Jarrell, Swainsboro –

Donate to the Lending Library Program

Students may donate their used textbooks to the Lending Library.

Work-Study Programs

Federal Work-Study (FWS)

The Federal Work-Study program gives employment to students who need income to help meet the costs of postsecondary education. Work-study awards are made on a term basis.

To be eligible for a FWS job, a student must have a “financial/unmet need.” His/her cost of attendance must be greater than the expected family contribution (EFC). FWS may not be awarded to a student if that award, when combined with other resources, would exceed the student’s financial unmet need for that award year. Resources would include Federal Pell Grant awards, HOPE Grant awards, Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG), Veterans educational benefits, scholarships, WIA benefits, Department of Labor benefits, and FSEOG awards.

Students will be paid at least $10 per hour and paid monthly by the College. Students can work up to 20 hours per week, depending on their available program hours.

Program Eligibility

  • Must be Pell Grant Eligible
  • Maintain a 2.0 or greater GPA

Federal Work-Study Application
Interested applicants can submit an application to the Career Services office.