The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program

SEEK Learning Center

Old Gym Building, Room 212
Fall/Spring Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm
Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am-5 pm

Coordinator Line 718-960-8863 
Appointment Line 718-960-7705



The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Learning Center offers free individual tutoring sessions, group tutoring sessions, supplemental instruction, ACT workshops, online writing support, Math and Science workshops.


All tutoring sessions are held in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Tutoring is offered on an hourly basis for most coursework, as well as for ACT Reading, Writing, and Math. Appointments can be scheduled in advanced or made on a walk-in basis. We recommend making appointments in advance because tutor schedules can fill up very quickly.

Should a tutor not be available for the course in which you need help, the SEEK Learning Center works closely with other academic support programs on campus, such as ACE (Old Gym Building, Room 215), the Math Lab (Gillet Hall, Room 222), and the Science Learning Center (Gillet Hall, Room 133) to get you the help you need.

Study Hall

One hour a week designed for students to read, discuss aspects of the writing process and develop the necessary skills to improve writing.

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental Instruction is a 50-minute review session for students enrolled in historically difficult courses. S.I. sessions are led by former or current students who have been successful in these courses. S.I. is mandatory for all SEEK freshmen because it has been shown to improve student learning and performance.  Students themselves report that S.I. not only helps them perform better in their courses, but it is a great way for them to make friends and receive mentoring from succesful students. 

ACT Workshops (Reading, Writing and Math)

SEEK conducts ACT Test Preparation Workshops throughout the year for students who have not yet passed the ACT Tests.  These workshops focus on strategies for mastering the test and are usually held two to three times a week with each session running two to three hours in length.  Testing Center policy requires that all students complete at least 20 hours of workshop instruction or tutoring prior to testing. Students must sign up in person in the Old Gym Building, Room 212.

Science Success Workshops

Currently, Science Success Workshops are being offered in the following courses:

1. Biology 166 - Principles of Biology

2. Biology 181 - Anatomy & Physiology

3. Biology 182 - Anatomy & Physiology II

4. Chemistry 114 - General Chemistry

5. Chemistry 166 - General Chemistry (Pre-Med)

6. HESI Exam (Nursing Exam Workshop) - will assist students in preparing for the nursing exam required to apply to the Nursing Program at Lehman College

7. Pre-Science Workshop - recommended for student who are interested in majoring in Pre-Med or Nursing but are not enrolled in a science course

Math Workshops

Currently, Math Workshops are being offered in the following courses:

1. Math 104 - College Algebra

2. Math 132 - Statics & Comp Analysis

3. Math 172 - Pre-Calculus

4. Math 174 & 175 - Elements of Calculus

Also Math 176 & Math 226 is available by appointment

If you are interested in any of these workshops please contact the SEEK Learning Center to make an appointment at (718) 960 - 7705

Computers and Electronic Resources

SEEK has a Computer Lab exclusively for SEEK students located in the Old Gym Building, Room 212.  In addition, we have 20 laptop computers that can be loaned out for 2-hour periods with a validated ID. 

Interested in Becoming a Tutor?

If you are interested in becoming a tutor or a supplemental instruction leader, call the SEEK Learning Center at 718-960-7705 or you may come to the Old Gym 212 to pick up an application.

Requirements for becoming a Tutor:

  • Interested students must have a 3.00 GPA
  • Only Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible
  • Applicants must successfully complete an interview

Last modified: Mar 28, 2014

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