Student Services

Student Services

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Part of the reason you came to Limestone College was to prepare yourself for life beyond college. That’s why our Career Center is committed to providing an array of services to assist you wherever you are on your career path. Whether you’re seeking your first job or transitioning into a new field, we’re here to help.

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Online Writing Lab
The Limestone College Online Writing Lab (LC OWL) is the virtual extension of the Writing Center on the main campus. The LC OWL offers live peer tutorial sessions to all Extended Campus students. When you visit the LC OWL, you will engage in a real-time chat with a writing consultant who will help you decide how to improve the essay or other writing assignment you are working to strengthen or complete.

Gaffney Writing Center
The writing center at Limestone College is committed to helping students become better writers, one paper at a time.
Location: Dixie Lodge 103, across from the mailboxes
Telephone: 864-488-4379

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The Office of Student Success seeks to empower students with the knowledge, skills and awareness necessary to achieve success in college and in life. We offer a number of programs and services to enhance the overall success of students at Limestone College and to support them in their goal of achieving a college degree. We strive to encourage, guide and support our students through success coaching, engagement opportunities, instructional workshops, the tutoring program, and study halls. Our services are free for current Limestone students.

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The Office for Accessibility at Limestone College is dedicated to opening doors of equal opportunity to individuals with disabilities. We assist students who self-identify with documented disabilities by determining their eligibility for services through an interactive, collaborative process between the student and Accessibility staff, and then working together to determine reasonable accommodations and services.

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BE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER AT LIMESTONE. DON’T OVERLOOK THE CLASSROOM OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM. WHERE TEXT BOOKS AND LECTURES LEAVE OFF, OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPANDING ON CLASSROOM KNOWLEDGE, IN EXTRAORDINARY WAYS, ARE WAITING.