Tutorial/Learning Center – Scheduled Tutoring
Middletown Campus –Tutorial Center, Library 2nd floor
- Monday and Thursday: 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
- Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
- (845) 341-4171
Newburgh CAMPUS - LEARNING CENTER, Kaplan Hall - Room 220
- Monday-Thursday: 9:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.
- Friday: 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
- (845) 341-9504
Tutorial Labs – Drop-In Academic Support
Math Tutorial Labs
The Mathematics Department Math Tutorial Labs are open to any student enrolled in a mathematics course. Just drop in and someone will be happy to help you with your questions. Math lab tutors can help clarify topics and concepts that students may be struggling with, and help students prepare for quizzes and exams. The Math Tutorial Room hours are posted at the labs each semester and are also available at the Mathematics Department website.
Middletown Campus: Harriman 309
Newburgh Campus: Kaplan 229
All current students may drop-in for help, be referred by their instructors, or be required to use Writing Center services by their course. Full-time English faculty and professional tutors will help you with any writing needs you have. Day and evening Writing Center hours are posted at the labs each semester. Visit the English Department website for more information.
Middletown Campus: BioTech 360 Tel: (845) 341-4134
Newburgh Campus: Kaplan 225, Tel: (845) 341-9446
The Reading Center is a dedicated lab offering individualized instruction to all students enrolled in Reading and Study Skills I and Reading and Study Skills II. All reading students are required to attend a weekly lab hour specifically designed to help strengthen comprehension skills and expand vocabulary. Visit the English Department website for more information.
Middletown Campus: BioTech 362 and 364
Newburgh Campus: Kaplan 223, Tel: (845) 341-9558
Biology and Health Science Learning Facilities - BATCAVERN (Middletown)
Nursing and Science Resources - BATCAVERN II
The "BATCAVERN" and "BATCAVERN II" facilities are learning resources for students in the Biological Sciences and the Health Professions Programs. They are places for students to meet for individual and small group study as well as for scheduled tutoring.
The BATCAVERN facilities offer students access to a full range of anatomical models and related instructional aids including CD-ROMs, Videotapes, and review materials. Students can also access the internet and use computers offering the Microsoft Office programs Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to assist with preparing lab reports, research papers and presentations. Visit the Biology Department website for more information.
Middletown Campus (BATCAVERN):RCSE 306
Newburgh Campus (BATCAVERN II): Learning Center, Kaplan Hall Room 230
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