Academic Support Services
Math Lab (For Math and Computer Science Tutoring)
The Math Computer Science Learning Center has an accomplished staff available to help with Math questions or homework, computer assignments, and is free for Lehman College students. Students can work on assignments in the center, ask for help when needed, or just stop by with a question. The Math Lab offers group tutoring, which is offered on a drop-in basis and provides review sessions, which target student academic needs.
The Lehman Tutoring Center (For Writing, Humanities, and Social Sciences Tutoring)
The Lehman College Tutoring Center (LTC) offers workshops and tutoring for undergraduate and graduate students seeking to improve their skills in writing, social sciences, and humanities subject areas. We can provide weekly, or one-time, individual appointments with a tutor, and we also offer walk-in tutoring in writing, and for social sciences and humanities courses. Drop-in tutoring hours vary by semester and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Center also offers academic coaching. Academic coaches focus on helping the student with study skills applicable to a variety of subjects and strategies that allow the student to be successful in college, in their workplace and in life in general. Some of the areas of focus during coaching sessions are time management, goal setting, study strategies, test preparation strategies, test taking strategies, motivation, organization, planning, notetaking, reading strategies, critical thinking, and campus resources.
Science Learning Center (For Tutoring in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Nursing)
The Science Learning Center provides tutoring for natural sciences courses (biology, chemistry, physics and select other courses) on a drop-in basis. SLC is committed to hiring and training highly qualified tutors; providing workshops which target student academic needs; fostering a positive, motivating atmosphere for student learning; and promoting students' acquisition of knowledge and critical thinking, independent learning, and study skills.
The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program
The SEEK Program promotes the academic, personal, and vocational development of SEEK students at Lehman College. SEEK fulfills this mission by admitting a previously underserved population and providing an array of specialized support and enrichment programs and activities dedicated to encouraging SEEK student learning, performance, persistence, and graduation.