The Academic Center is a resource for students seeking help in every aspect of writing. Our professional tutors provide expertise and individual assistance on all the fundamentals of writing, from planning and drafting, to editing and revising assignments. The Academic Center is located on the third floor of McEntegart Hall in Room 300A.
Tutors provide one-on-one assistance on these basics:
- Grammar and punctuation
- Analyzing and understanding assignments
- Spelling, word choice and sentence structure
- Planning, executing and revising work
In addition, tutors aid and advise students on more complex issues, such as:
- Citation styles and procedures, particularly APA/MLA
- Business and résumé writing
- Study skills and critical thinking
- Test preparation
Accounting, Math, and Computer Science at the Academic Center.
Professional and peer tutoring for all accounting, math, and computer science subjects is also available in the Academic Center.
Make an appointment at sjcbrooklyn.mywconline.com.
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. -3 p.m.
The Academic Center is located in the McEntegart Library, third floor. Make an appointment at sjcbrooklyn.mywconline.com.
Throughout each semester, the Academic Center offers free workshops for all students at the College. In the past, we have run a two-part APA workshop, an MLA workshop, workshops on grammar and punctuation and a workshop on writing the perfect five-paragraph essay.
All workshops are held in the Academic Center (unless otherwise noted) in Room 300A of McEntegart Hall on the Brooklyn Campus.
Tutoring in many other subjects is done on a by-appointment basis by peer tutors. If you need assistance in any other subject, or you would like to become a peer tutor, please contact the Academic Center (718.940.5756) or Kris Percival, (718.940.5859, or [email protected]). Look out for the full schedule of peer tutors sent by email blast at the beginning of the semester and posted on the Academic Center portal page.
Katelynn Doyle ’20
“I was actively involved in the Academic Center; I would go there almost every week. I knew all the tutors, I would get all my papers reviewed by them, and I would also go to peer tutoring one-on-one with an [upperclassman] nursing student. Having my papers reviewed really helped me understand where I needed to be and how I can improve. It was really helpful.”