Chanin language center
Take the mystery out of foreign language! The Language Center allows you to immerse yourself in film, lectures, and even computer programs—all designed to strengthen foreign language skills.
Location: Room 209, West Building | Phone: 212-772-5700
Skirball Science Learning Center
The Skirball Science Learning Center (SSLC) provides comprehensive assistance to all Hunter College students in all areas of the natural sciences and technology. Our professional staff and peer tutors provide a learning environment in which all students (regardless of major) are welcome. The center provides, scheduled and drop-in one-to-one tutoring, group-mentor sessions and review sessions. The center also provides textbooks and study guides for loan.
Throughout the academic year, the SSLC sponsors workshops aimed to enhance science learning skills including reading primary literature, scientific writing, dissemination of science concepts and creating effective science presentations. The SSLC also supports training on essential science study skills, and problem solving techniques and guidance for peer-led group learning. SSLC Seminar series presented by Hunter’s faculty and invited guests provides deeper understanding of applications of the scientific methods in the real world and broader awareness of STEM careers.
Location: Silverstein Success Center, 7th Floor, East Building | Phone: 212-396-6458
Dr. Murray and Anna C. Rockowitz Writing Center
The Rockowitz Writing Center is a comprehensive service for the entire Hunter community, offering tutorial assistance and academic support to all registered students, both undergraduate and graduate, as well as technical assistance and development to faculty and staff.
Registered students can receive tutoring to improve their skills in critical reading and academic writing, as a means to enhance their educational experience. Students can apply for a weekly appointment with a tutor, use drop-in services as needed on a first-come, first-served basis, and/or book an e-tutor session. Students may also attend workshops on a variety of writing-related issues offered at the Center throughout the academic year.
Students can access online tutorials, interactive exercises, and/or extensive files of RWC handouts for materials relating to the writing process, grammar and mechanics, critical reading, research and documentation, writing across the curriculum, business and professional writing, and the CUNY assessment tests in reading and writing.
To learn more about the Writing Center and to book appointments or tutoring sessions, please visit: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/rwc
The Mary P. Dolciani Mathematics Learning Center
The Mary P. Dolciani Mathematics Learning Center is a comprehensive facility designed to support the learning of mathematics and statistics across the college curriculum. It’s a tutoring center for most math courses and statistics courses, while also sponsoring study groups for all areas of mathematics and sciences.
Location: Hunter East, 7th Fl Library