Chesapeake College Cambridge Center
Services at the Cambridge Center
Cambridge Center Multi-Service Center Computer Lab Hours - Spring 2015
|Monday - Thursday||8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.|
|Friday||9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.|
|Saturday & Sunday||Closed|
Cambridge Center Testing Center Hours - Spring 2015
|Monday - Thursday||9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.|
|Friday, Saturday & Sunday||Closed|
Cambridge Center Tutoring Hours - Spring 2015
|Monday - Thursday||9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.|
|Friday, Saturday & Sunday||Closed|
Library Services/Academic Support Services
The Multi-Service Center (MSC), located in Room 108 of the Cambridge Center, provides the same Academic Support Services as the Wye Mills campus including tutoring, testing and computer services.
Bridget Wood, Academic Support Services Specialist
Anne Miller, Academic Support Services Specialist
Patricia Hildenbrand, Senior Educational Technologist
The Multi-Service Center in the Cambridge Center houses a basic collection of print resources. A complete catalog of these print resources and all print, video, DVD, and audio sources available from the Wye Mills campus is available on Chescat, the library's online catalog. Students may request materials be sent to Cambridge from the main library at Wye Mills.
The library also provides many online databases easily accessible at the MSC. These include full text periodical databases, encyclopedias, e-books and newspaper databases.
Academic Computing Center (Multi-Service Center [MSC])
Computers are available to all students and the general public. All computers have Microsoft Windows and offer a wide variety of applications and Internet access. The Center is also equipped with printing and scanning capability.
The Multi-Service Center in the Cambridge Center provides free tutoring to students in many curricular areas. Drop-in Assistance as well as Supplemental Instruction for some historically difficult courses is provided.
Tutoring, advisement and instruction are provided to eligible students through the federally funded Student Support Services (SSS) grant through the Department of Education. Participants are eligible for laptop computer check-out and also retention grant monies which are awarded to SSS students based on need, tutoring participation and grade-point average.
Testing is available during regular operating hours. Classroom make-up tests, the Academic Skills Assessment (ASA) and distance learning tests are administered. Students must present a valid picture ID and arrive at least one hour prior to closing for make-up and distance learning tests. Students wishing to complete the ASA must arrive at least two hours prior to closing.
See the main Testing Center pages for information on services at the Wye Mills campus, types of tests offered, and CLEP information.
Admissions and enrollment information, Dual Enrollment program information, career and transfer program information, and assistance with selection of a college major are all available through the Office of Admissions. The office also conducts regular business and community outreach throughout Dorchester County. These services may be obtained through scheduled appointments at the Cambridge Center or the Wye Mills campus. Please call (410) 228-5754 or (410) 820-6058 to set up an appointment.
Basic academic advising and scheduling for upcoming semesters is available at the Cambridge Center on a walk-in basis from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday and by appointment on Fridays. Please call (410) 228-5754 to set up an appointment for an in-depth discussion of your academic plan, transfer issues, or to schedule a Program Progress Review (for students who have 45 or more accumulated credits).
Information on financial aid and grant programs, assistance with federal forms completion and referral to sources of additional aid in attending Chesapeake College are available through the Office of Financial Aid. Please call (410) 228-5754 ext. 5803 to set up an appointment, or visit the website for more information.
Please consult the Announcements on Angel for up-to-date information on student events and activities scheduled for the Cambridge Center.
Visit the main Student Activities pages for information on Student Government, Student Ambassadors, and student organizations.
The College offers Cambridge Center students individual career and employment counseling, and a wide variety of workshops. In addition, the Career Services Office conducts community and business outreach throughout Dorchester County.
Regular scheduled hours for Career Services at the Cambridge Center are listed in the Fall and Spring Student & Academic Support Services Cambridge Center schedule. Additional hours may be added depending on the needs of the students. Please call (410) 822-5400 ext. 5804 to schedule an appointment with Career Services Director Guido DeLuca or email: email@example.com. Please also consider visiting the Career Services website.
Admissions and enrollment information with an emphasis on assisting culturally diverse and first-generation, college-bound students is available through the Office of Multicultural Affairs. That office also has information on multicultural activities and student organizations, and conducts community outreach throughout Dorchester County. These services can be obtained through scheduled appointments at the Cambridge Center or the Wye Mills campus by calling (410) 228-5754, ext. 5857 to set up an appointment with Richard Potter, Director of Multicultural Affairs.