Whatever challenges or obstacles you may face throughout the course of your educational experience, your LDC Advisor will be there to offer you the resources, support, and encouragement needed to make sure you're successful and meeting your individual goals.
If you are facing academic challenges and are accepted conditionally or placed on Academic Probation, your LDC advisor will help you map out a plan to improve your performance using the many resources available.
The Life Directions Center administers COMPASS, CLEP, and DSST exams and is also available to proctor missed exams at the request of faculty.
CCU is a SEVIS certified school able to issue the I-20 (F1 Visa) for students coming from other countries to study in the US.
The LDC offers new students the unique opportunity to serve their local community during their first weekend as a CCU student at Weekend of Welcome (WOW).
The Life Directions Center is committed to serving students who have a documented disability. For those who qualify, LDC Advisors empower you to achieve academic independence through a supportive and encouraging environment.
We recognize that studying in another culture can add greater depth to the academic experience. The Life Directions Center can assist you in selecting programs that will help you meet academic and service goals.
All students have access to learning assistants through the Life Directions Center. Tutoring can help you catch up if you are falling behind in your studies or be proactive in helping you stay ahead.
If you're not sure which major is right for you, LDC Advisors can help you make the right decision based upon your interests, abilities, and life passions.
All students have access to CCU's Writing Lab. The Lab is staffed by faculty and upperclassmen English major students available to anyone needing assistance with academic writing.