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    LaGuardia Community College offers many resources to meet your academic needs. Whether you are seeking academic help from a professor or fellow student, you have options to choose from:


    • If you need help in a course, speak to your professor. Professors keep weekly office hours to answer student questions and can direct you to course specific tutoring services or study groups.

    • Form a study group with classmates. You'll make new friends and get a new perspective on course material.

    • Many academic departments have Tutoring Labs where you can receive one-on-one or group help. In addition, Information Technology Open Lab Hours are available for PC and MAC users.

    • The Writing Center will help you improve your writing for any class, except ESL and Reading department courses, which have their own tutoring labs. Writing Center tutors can help you get started on a research paper, teach you how to proofread, or help you correct a graded essay. No advance appointments are necessary.

    • The Mathematics Tutoring Center (Math Lab)  will help you with any level of math, including help with homework, courses, and projects. You can work alone or in small groups, asking tutors for assistance.

    • The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program’s Science Study Center provides free tutoring in Biological Chemistry and Chemistry.

    • The Academic Peer Instruction Program provides you with trained peer tutors who have successfully completed the course you seek help in. API tutors re-attend the class and organize weekly group study sessions.

    • The Student Government Association (SGA) Study Hall Tutoring Lab helps students with English, Accounting, Math, Reading and Science courses through one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring sessions and study skill workshops.

    • The Anatomy and Physiology Study Hall is dedicated to helping Biology students achieve excellence by providing peer tutors, faculty members, anatomical models, videos and specimens, as well as offering old exams and practice bone exams.
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