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COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions: Student Services

Absolutely. Writing tutors are available to review papers online at

Content tutors will be available via Skype for Business.  If you have a favorite tutor you can contact them directly for an appointment, continue to make appointments via Starfish, or e-mail the to make appointments.

SI will continue to be held to assist students in courses. However, given that physical meetings are no longer possible, all sessions have moved online to the virtual streaming service, Zoom. Similar to Skype, Zoom allows groups to work together, and it provides several interesting tools to allow interactive and collaborative sessions. Students will now receive one email per SI subject per week.  Within these emails, students will be able to access links that take them to each of the different sessions offered in that subject throughout the week as well as worksheets created for the previous week’s sessions. These emails will also provide information regarding the time, topic, and SI Leader for each session. 

There are many ways to connect with the library and receive help accessing all of its resources.

  • There is a chat widget on the website. You can instantly chat with a librarian between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Thursday and until 2:00 on Friday.
  • Email
  • Leave a voice message at 864.646.1750. Someone will return your call within 12-24 hours.
  • Access our resource guides, online databases, journals, eBooks, films, etc. from our website:
  • If you wish to borrow a physical book from the library, email us with the title and author of the book and we will arrange for you to pick it up from the circle drive behind the student success center.

The Accessibility Resource Center continues to be a resource to you, particularly during this time of transition. If you need any additional support or have any concerns relating to accessibility as we transition to e-learning, please email

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