Academic Support Centers

Academic Support Centers

How do you get the most out of a tutoring session?

  1. Start right away. Students who begin tutoring from the beginning of the semester typically do better than those who wait.
  2. Book your appointments early. During peak times, you may need to book at least a week in advance to get the times you want.
  3. Come prepared. Please bring your class notes and textbook. Look over the reading and try the problems. If you can, bring a list of specific questions. The more you prepare, the more you will get out of the session.
  4. If you miss a class, please get notes from a classmate before your session. Tutoring is not a substitute for attending class.
  5. If you are repeating the course (previous grade of "F" or "W"), you are eligible to participate in the Math Advancement Program (MAP), which provides weekly one-on-one tutoring with an experienced tutor. Please see Mr. Neil Caesar in 1.94NB for details.
  6. If you are a SEEK student, you have access to an additional resource of the SEEK Mathematics Support Program. 



Students enrolled in CJBS 250, STA 250, POL 225, and/or PSY 311 have 5 hours of free access to, an online service that can provide content-specific tutoring 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Click here for the flyer.

2) Math & Science Resource Center (MSRC)

Website: Math & Science Resource Center
Support Manager: Neil Caesar
Phone: 646.557.4595
Phone (Reception Desk): 646.557.4635
Email (Reception Desk):
On campus: 1.94 New Building
Textbook Availibility: Yes

3) SEEK Academic Support Center

Website: SEEK Academic Support Center
Support Manager: Nelson Bermudez
Phone (Front Desk): 212.393.6349
Email (Front Desk):
On campus: 439 Haaren Hall
Textbook Availibility: Yes

4) Computer Science, Data & Statistics Resource Center (Stat Lab/ Mathematics Resource Center)

Website: TBD
Support Manager: Margaret Smith
Phone: 212.237.8033
On campus: 6.64 New Building
Textbook Availibility: Yes, but limited

Here below is a short summary about the support for STA 250 in the 6th floor lab.
Drop-in support for students in STA 250 in the 6.64NB Lab
Students taking STA 250 this semester are encouraged to come in person or in groups to the 6th floor lab in Room 6.64NB to work on assignments or prepare for exams with the support of experienced statistics faculty. No appointment is necessary.

The support center for CSCI, MAT, and graduate classes continues.

"Students are welcome to work in the lab in 6.64 NB anytime between 8:00 AM and 10:00 PM on weekdays and between noon and 5:00 or 6:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday. They can count on finding support for statistics as shown on the schedule.  Students do not need appointments - they can just ask for help at the statistics desk." Please visit for more information.

About in-library reserve

The purpose of the reserve collection is to keep copies of those often costly textbooks for in-library use three-hour loan periods so that they may be available to students who need them and may not be able to purchase them.

Website: In-library Reserve
Phone: 212.237.8246
Email: Students may email the Reference Desk
On campus: the Reserve Desk is located to your after entering the library

Last updated Spring 2022