Student Learning Assistance Center

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The Student Learning Assistance Center supports the Bobcat community through a variety of academic support programs including walk-in and small group tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, Veteran Academic Success Center, and excellent online resources.


The STUDY provides peer-to-peer tutoring in a variety of subjects including math, science, and business. The STUDY provides, walk-in and appointment based tutoring and is at no additional cost to students.
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Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an organized, weekly study group program allowing students to prepare for exams and learn study strategies with their fellow Bobcats.

Veteran Academic Success Center

The Veteran Academic Success Center (VASC) provides connections, referrals, and mentorship for student veterans and other members of the military-connected community.
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Success Coaching

Success Coaching promotes academic excellence by helping students reach their highest potential. Our coaches are enthusiastic, caring, and non-judgmental individuals who will help you go from good to great.

Other Tools & Resources

SLAC's Other Tools & Resources provide assistance for students wishing to work online or at their own pace by browsing through our library of recommended resources and other TXST academic services.
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Prelaw Advising

SLAC's Prelaw Advising service guides students through preparation for law school admissions, personal statements, and more.

Join Our Team

Looking for a fun, on-campus job that allows you to work hard, study hard, and find a home on campus? Join our team today!
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SASP Conference

TXST’s Student Academic Support Programs (SASP) Conference brings together hundreds of students and professional staff from across campus who work in academically-focused positions supporting student success.


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