What the Offices of
Student Success & Career Services Offer

  • Academic assistance for students
  • Extends disability support to students
  • Supplies current students with access to job openings
  • Assists students in their occupational pursuits

Academic Assistance for Students

Tutoring & Study groups

Tutoring is available FREE of charge to any Tabor student. Our tutoring services allow students to request tutors for any course. These students are then paired with qualified peer tutors who have been recommended by professors or who have achieved high marks in the course. Study groups are also organized as needed.

Tutor Schedule

College Skills course (TC 102)

This seven-week credit/no credit course helps students acquire and develop specific skills for success in college. The course is required for students who have been conditionally admitted or are on academic probation, but can be taken by anyone seeking improvement in their study skills and academic practices.

Mentoring of students

Students on academic probation meet weekly with Student Success staff to monitor their progress and to receive needed support. These meetings are essential to our mission of helping students receive the full benefits of their education at Tabor. Academic mentoring is open to all interested students.

Disability Support

Tabor College is committed to providing equal educational access for individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1998, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990/2008). Tabor will make reasonable modifications to its policies, practices, and procedures unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity, or pose an undue administrative or financial burden. Tabor’s Student Success Office provides reasonable accommodations upon request) for qualified individuals with physical or learning disabilities. These resources include—but are not limited to—individualized test-taking, extended test time, note-taking, audio text books, physical accommodations, and individual tutoring. Students who wish to request academic accommodations must contact the Office of Student Success.

Disability Support FAQs

Access to Job Openings: Part-time & On-campus jobs

The Tabor Student Employment Network posts part-time job openings on campus and in the area for current students. This resource allows current students to pursue work opportunities while attending Tabor College. Current students and alumni can access our Jobs & Internships page to view other opportunities for employment and internships.

Students do not need to be work-study eligible to obtain on-campus employment.

Each campus department hires students directly, so feel free to contact the department chair or director of the area you are interested in. There may be many openings which will not be posted.

Assist students in Occupational Pursuits

Career Skills Seminar (TC 103)

This credit/no credit course is designed to help students discover and develop practical skills in job search techniques and resume development, with a focus on career discovery and planning a path into that career.

Individual assistance for students who are interested in selecting a major or career path.

Through the Student Success office, Tabor College offers individual assessments and one-on-one advising to help students discover career possibilities, individual talents, and areas of interest. To schedule an advising session or to request more information, contact Tabor College’s Career Service Coordinator, Celeste Worthy at celesteworthy@tabor.edu or (620) 947-3121 ext. 1082.

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