Counseling & Learning Assistance


AAC Counseling Services provides free confidential advising for any AAC student.

To set up a counseling appointment on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays, email

To set up a counseling appointment on Wednesdays or Fridays, email

Meet Your Counselors:

LaTonya Whipple

Tutoring Services

The AAC employs a writing tutor and studio tutor to offer additional instruction and guidance outside the classroom.

Stephen Kenny, the Studio Tutor, and is available by appointment for: Techniques in: Figure Drawing/Human Anatomy, Value, Perspective, Composition Material, Any Drawing/Painting media, Bookmaking, Printmaking & 3D/Sculpture Concept/Idea Generation, and Time Management.

Contact Stephen Kenny at to make an appointment.

Brett Price, the Writing Tutor and is available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 - 12:20 in Room N213. Brett can be reached at for an alternative appointment, as well. The writing tutor provides help with:

  • Proof reading
  • Editing
  • Content organization and coherence
  • Sentence structure
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary choices
  • Reasoning and idea development
  • Punctuation
Mack Maynard

For more information, contact Mack Maynard, Director of Student Services.

Students with Disabilites

In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, accommodations are available to students with disabilities with appropriate documentation. Arrangements to receive accommodations should be done as early in the year as possible. Students who wish to request accommodations must contact Mack Maynard, Director of Student Services. The DSS will review the studentís documentation requirements and develop an accommodation plan to share with the studentís instructors. Throughout the entire process, the studentís right to privacy and confidentiality will receive the utmost respect.

Accommodations might include extended time, testing in a distraction free environment, class notes provided, sign language interpreters, etc. For more information on guidelines related to students with disabilities,click here