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The Cerullo Learning Assistance Center

The Cerullo Learning Assistance Center (CLAC) is committed to providing quality academic support accessible to all Bergen Community College (BCC) students. The CLAC comprises the Tutoring Center, Math Walk-In Center, Writing Center, English Language Resource Center, and the Tutoring Center at the Meadowlands Campus; all centers offer various avenues of tutorial assistance to address the diverse needs of our student population. A dedicated and trained staff of Peer and Professional Tutors work together in a nurturing environment to foster independent learning while guiding students through their educational journey at BCC.

Services:

  • The Cerullo Learning Assistance Center (CLAC)
  • Tutoring Center
  • Math Walk-In Center
  • Writing Center
  • English Language Resource Center
  • Tutoring Center at the Meadowlands Campus

The CLAC Offers:

  • One-on-One Appointments
  • Drop-In Assistance 
  • Math Walk-In
  • Writing Walk-In
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • In-Class TutoringIn-Class Tutoring
  • In-Lab Tutoring
  • Permanent Appointments
  • Study Groups
  • Online Tutoring: SMARTHINKING
  • Workshops
  • Intercultural Conversation Partners

Math Walk-In Center Room: A-113

In the MWIN, students can receive quick assistance with:

  • Assignments on MyMathLab, homework, or studying for an exam
  • Obtaining practice worksheets or cumulative reviews for finals and proficiency tests
  • Reinforcing learned concepts and applying them to solve problems
  • Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Computer Science upon tutor availability

Writing Center (WWIN) Room: L-125

In the WWIN, students can receive quick assistance with:

  • Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum
  • English Basic Skills, Composition, and all Literature courses
  • Developing writing, revision techniques, and time management skills
  • Becoming familiar with citation guides such as MLA, APA, and Chicago

English Language  Resource Center (ELRC) Ender Hall-156

In the ELRC, students who are not native speakers can improve their English through:

  • Individual tutoring
  • Multimedia computer programs
  • A borrowing library of audio CD’s and books
  • Conversation groups
  • Workshops

Tutoring Center at The Meadowlands LYN-202

  • One-on-One Appointments
  • Mathematics & Science Walk-In
  • Writing & Humanities Walk-In
  • Study Groups

Please contact our office at (201) 447-7489 for any further assistance.