Computing Center (ACC) : facilities consist of a large student computer
lab where students will find application programs that support their
course-work, and provide Internet access. The multimedia classroom supports
College Workshops, and provides a venue for teachers to introduce their classes
to educational technology including Blackboard and ePortfolios.
Learning Center: SLC is the hub of academic life at Queensborough
Community College. It provides a welcoming environment for students and faculty
for teaching and learning. Offering a variety of research and educational
resources, including technology, as well as support services, the Student
Learning Center is a fusion that facilitates collaboration, exchange of
information and functions to support current and life-long learning for all
members of our diverse community.
Discovery: an educational opportunity program that provides counseling,
academic support services, and, in certain cases, financial aid to students who
would otherwise be unable to attend college because of economic circumstances.
Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP): a joint project of the
New York State Education Department and Queensborough Community College. CSTEP
is a special enrichment program designed to provide a variety of services for
students who are planning careers in the scientific, engineering, and technical
and health related professions.
Language and Literatures Lab: The language lab is located on the second
floor of the Humanities building room 240. The lab gives you access to a vast
amount of news, events, information and practice through various programs,
videos, and links to the Internet.
Learning Center: A tutoring and self-study facility accessible to all
students. It is open year round and provides assistance for all mathematics and
computer science courses, from the developmental to the advanced level.
Resource Center: A multimedia Learning/Resource Center located in the
Medical Arts Building, third floor (M-333). The Nursing Resource Center is
designed to enhance lecture and clinical skills provided by the faculty. The
Center’s staff provides student training in Word Processing, Presentation
Techniques, and Internet Resources for Nursing Professionals.
with Disabilities: Offers a variety of services in order to to
facilitate the academic success of students with disabilities through the
provision of appropriate educational supports and settings while nurturing
For tutoring in academic subjects not listed above, please contact the Student
Learning Center at 718-631-6660, or visit them in the Library building, L-125.