The Office of Student Success at Arkansas Tech University offers a variety of opportunities
for students to become engaged through programs and offerings such as Bridge to Excellence
Freshman Mentoring, Norman Career Services, and the Doc Bryan Tutoring Center. These
services are designed to help students adapt to university life, successfully complete
a degree, and transition from college to career. Additionally, the Parent's Association
serves as the informational link between the university and Tech parents and guardians.
Bridge to Excellence Freshman Mentoring Program
B2E is a first year mentoring program that pairs new students with volunteer faculty/staff mentors who help them navigate their first semester of college.
Norman Career Services
Norman Career Services assists students in discovering their career potential and the education and professionalism necessary to fulfill their career goals.
Doc Bryan Tutoring Center
The Doc BryanTutoring Center offers free one-on-one peer tutoring services in Math, Biology, Chemistry, English, History, Political Science, and other courses as needed.
The Parent's Association provides opportunities for parents and guardians to stay connected to their students and Tech.