UT Tyler College of Business and Technology
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
Dr. Kerri M. Camp
Adrienne Hampton, Advisor
Rebecca Kling, Advisor
Kay Pleasant, Advisor
Leandra Phillips, Advisor
Roger Sims Jr., Advisor
What is ARC?
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is the one-stop-shop for student’s advising, learning and career planning needs. From freshman to senior, the ARC offers CBT students a personalized experience each step of the way. The ARC provides a number of services focusing on advising, retention (student success) and career placement.
The ARC offers CBT students a personalized level of advising with one of our advisors specializing in each major. ARC advisors assist each student with creating a degree plan matched to their specific career goals. The process is continuous throughout the student’s education within the CBT, and is based on frequent personal contacts from an ARC advisor.
Academic Advising Services Provided
- Academic Scheduling
- Major/Minor Exploration
- Course Guidance
- Graduation Assistance
We provide students with the tools to thrive in the college environment, starting with the freshman experience. All CBT freshmen participate in a Student Learning Community class (SLC), taught by a CBT academic advisor. This class focuses on study techniques, approaches to test-taking and time management skills to help ensure our students have a successful first year. Freshmen are also assigned an upperclassman peer mentor and a faculty mentor within their program to provide guidance and support throughout their first year of college.
View our comprehensive plans for student success and our student recruitment plan.
Student Success Services Provided
- College Success Coaching (Student Learning Communities)
- Freshmen Peer Mentoring
- Freshmen Faculty Mentoring
- Outreach to Academically At-risk Students
- Information About Available Tutoring Resources
CBT Ambassadors is a distinguished departmental program designed to represent the College of Business and Technology and promote student success through peer-to-peer mentoring. CBT Ambassadors will exemplify the core values of the college which are: professional proficiency, technological competence, critical thinking, global awareness, social responsibility and leadership. Program operations of the peer-to-peer mentoring will fall under the guidance of the CBT Ambassadors program coordinator with support from the CBT Academic Resource Center.
The ARC is committed to helping students find meaningful internships and gainful employment upon graduation. A dedicated employer relations specialist is available to help CBT students prepare resumes, find internship and employment opportunities, and make the transition from student to professional.
Career Planning Services Provided
- Career Exploration
- Internship Opportunities
- Employment Opportunities
- Resume Assistance
- CBT Career Fair
Employer Relations Specialist
BUS 114/UC 2150