• SGA Tutoring Lab


    The SGA Tutoring Lab, supported by the Student Government Association, is here for students who need a little extra help. There is no one-size-fits-all way to learn, and our tutors will assess and support your unique style with tailored lesson plans to help you gain a deeper understanding of the course material.




  • Icon Tutoring Options

    Tutoring Options


    One-on-one sessions
    Group tutoring
    Study skill workshops

  • Icon Fully-equipped Lab

    Fully Equipped Lab


    Two smart study rooms for small groups
    Eight private computer stations
    Smartboard for presentations and lectures






  • Courses We Tutor



  • MAT 095: Introduction to Algebra
    MAT 096: Elementary Algebra
    MAT 099: Algebra
    MAT 106: Mathematics of Medical Dosages
    MAT 107: Mathematics and the Modern World
    MAT 115: College Algebra and Trigonometry
    MAT 117: Algebra and Trigonometry
    MAT 119: Statistics and Elementary Algebra
    MAT 120: Elementary Statistics I
    MAT 200: Pre-Calculus
    MAT 201: Calculus I
    MAT 202: Calculus II
    MAT 203: Calculus III
    MAT 204: Elementary Differential Equations
    MAT 210: Linear Algebra
    MAT 212: Linear Algebra and Vector Analysis for Engineers


    SCC 101: Topics in Chemistry
    SCC 105: Introduction to Chemistry
    SCC 110: Foundations of Chemistry
    SCC 201: General Chemistry I
    SCC 202: General Chemistry II
    SCC 251: Organic Chemistry I
    SCC 252: Organic Chemistry II


    SCB 101: Topics in Biological Sciences
    SCB 115: Principles of Biology
    SCB 201: Fundamentals of Biology I
    SCB 202: Fundamentals of Biology II
    SCB 203: Human Anatomy and Phys. I
    SCB 204: Human Anatomy and Phys. II

      We tutor all English classes.

  • SCP 101: Topics in Physical Sciences
    SCP105: Life in the Universe
    SCP 140: Topics in Astronomy
    SCP 160: Foundations for the Physical Sciences
    SCP 201: Fundamentals of Physics I
    SCP 202: Fundamentals of Physics II
    SCP 231: General Physics I
    SCP 232: General Physics II


    BTA 111: Principles of Accounting I
    BTA 112: Principles of Accounting II


    SSE 103: Microeconomics
    SSE 104: Macroeconomics





  • Meet the Tutors


  • John_Correa


    John Correa


    John graduated from Hunter College with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He provides tutoring in math and statistics at the Tutoring Lab. John has worked for over four years, offering plenty of tutoring experience.




    Songsuk_Dumrongwibulsin


    Songsuk Dumrongwibulsin


    Songsuk tutors Accounting I & II, Micro and Macroeconomics, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I and Fundamental of Physics. He is currently enrolled at Baruch College. His major is Actuarial Science. Prior to this, he was a business student at LaGuardia Community College. Because he used to take these classes, he knows what it takes to pass these classes. Sometimes, self-studying can be challenging and difficult. That is why he wants to help students who struggle with these subjects. He also wants to give back to the college as an alumni. For his career goals, he is currently pursuing actuary professional designations.




    Elizabeth_Frias


    Elizabeth Frias


    Elizabeth tutors general psychology and all levels of English. She graduated from LaGuardia and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Hunter College. Her goal is to attain a career as a psychotherapist. Elizabeth tutors at the SGA Tutoring Lab because helping students achieve academic success is an incredibly rewarding experience.




    Diego_Galindo


    Diego Galindo


    Diego tutors math and lower levels of physics. He has a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering (Universidad Autónoma de Occidente - Cali, Colombia) and an associate degree in liberal arts: music option (LaGuardia) and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in music: sonic arts (City College of New York). Diego tutors because he likes to teach and help people. He was a high school teacher in his home country, and since he started at LaGuardia, he has been able to help students with their classes. His career goal is to work in different areas of music recording.




    Maura-Reyes-Guerrero


    Maura Reyes Guerrero


    Maura is a current LaGuardia student and is in the process of getting her AAS degree in nursing. She tutors A&P 203, 204. She started tutoring in September 2018, and she wants to give back for the help she received from the SGA Tutoring Lab tutors during her academic year. Also, she wants to help her peers succeed.




    Sophia_Ortega


    Sophia Ortega


    Sophia tutors math, chemistry and biology. She is a former LaGuardia student with an associate degree in biology. Sophia tutors at SGA Tutoring Lab because she wants to help students who are trying to make the best out of their academic careers. Sophia hopes to continue studying biology and have a career in research.
  • Delfino-Enriquez-Torres


    Delfino Enriquez Torres


    Delfino currently tutors mathematics and physics. He graduated from LaGuardia with an associate’s degree in electrical engineering and is currently enrolled at City College of New York, pursuing his bachelor’s degree in the same field. Delfino feels that the quality and time that is given to students in a one-to-one setting helps reinforce students’ understanding of the subject. As a tradeoff, it helps him as a student to reinforce his understanding of the subjects that he tutors. Given his status as a former student who started at a remedial level in math, he feels confident that it is possible for anyone to learn mathematics.




    Fawazah_Saleh


    Fawazah Saleh


    Fawazah is a LaGuardia Community College student who is majoring in accounting. She tutors accounting, math and microeconomics. Besides gaining job experience, her interest in helping students understand the course material. In addition, tutoring is the type of job that allows her to expand her knowledge while getting paid for it at the same time.




    Liyun_Zheng


    Liyun Zheng


    Liyun tutors SCB203, SCB 204, SCC 110, SCC 210 and several math courses (Math 115, 120, 200, 201 and 202). Liyun graduated from LaGuardia in 2017 and is now at Hunter College, majoring in math education. Liyun works as a tutor because she wants to earn more teaching experience. Also, she would like to examine how students learn knowledge outside the classroom. Her long-term goal is to become a teacher who can help students get interested in their studies. Moreover, Liyun believes studying hard means a lot, and it does change your life.




    Sandra Batres


    Sandra tutors all English courses at SGA Tutoring Lab. She graduated from LaGuardia with her associate degree in the arts. She tutors because she loves to help students who are dedicated to their studies and motivated to learn. Sandra hopes to become an English teacher in the future, helping middle school or high school students achieve their goals and express themselves through the power of writing.


    Jessica Richter


    Jessica tutors English and writing courses. She earned her associate degree in liberal arts at LaGuardia and her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Mont Holyoke College. She tutors at the Tutoring Lab because she enjoys helping students improve and succeed. Jessica’s goals are to earn her master’s degree and work in the field of psychology.









  • Apply to be a Tutor


    Interested in becoming a tutor? To apply, please submit the tutor job application with your resume and transcript to Flora Flores at flflores@lagcc.cuny.edu. Please include in the subject line: “SGA Tutor Application-Your Name."




    Job Title: Tutor
    Department: Student Services / SGA Tutoring Lab
    Reports to: Flora Flores, Director

    Essential Job Duties:
    • Provide instruction to individual or small groups of students to improve academic performance or prepare for tests
    • Teach students study skills, note-taking skills and test-taking strategies
    • Administer, proctor and score diagnostic assessments (pre and post test assessment)
    • Assess students' progress, communicate students' progress to students and document progress reports
    • Collaborate with students, faculty and staff to determine student needs and develop tutoring plans
    • Develop learning and training materials, such as handouts, study materials and quizzes
    • Identify, develop and implement intervention strategies, tutoring plans and more
    • Provide timely feedback to encourage, motivate and build confidence in students
    • Participate in training and development sessions
    • Prepare and facilitate tutoring workshops and other academic support services
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    • At least a 3.2 overall cumulative GPA, a 3.5 cumulative GPA in the specific discipline and completed at least 30 credits.
    • Strong background in specific discipline and previous experience working with students.
    • Candidates should have excellent communication (oral and written), active listening and critical thinking skills as well as a commitment to student success.

    Computer Skills:
    Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint; comfortable using different database and check-in systems and familiarity with Blackboard systems.



  • Contact Us


    We start seeing students the second week of each session through the last day of finals. Stop by to schedule an appointment or walk in for help.

       Room M-165 
       718-482-6064
       hall@lagcc.cuny.edu

    Session I Hours
    Monday–Thursday: 9 a.m.–8 p.m.
    Friday: 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

    Session II Hours
    Monday–Thursday: 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
    Friday: 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m.