COVID-19 ADVISING UPDATE
Throughout this challenging time, the Division of Science/CCAPP Advising Office remains committed to supporting you and your academic needs. Advisors are available to meet remotely via email or phone. You must make an appointment to meet with an advisor. New users must first create an account. Whether creating an account or making an appointment make certain to use your 'citymail' and a correct phone number. You must also indicate in the appointment form 'comments' field whether you want an advisor to contact you by phone or email.
Please make an Advising Appointment.
COVID-19 TUTORING UPDATE
Division of Science/CCAPP Tutoring Center
The DoS/CCAPP tutoring center offers free tutoring for all CCNY undergraduate students.
Fall 2020 - Online Individual and Group Tutoring: (Biology, Chemistry, Math and Physics)
Throughout this challenging time, the Division of Science/CCAPP Tutoring Center will be available remotely. We offer free tutoring to all CCNY undergraduate students. Students will be required to make an appointment using our Appointment-Plus platform. If you are a new CCNY student, you will need to create an account. Whether creating an account or making an appointment make certain to use your 'citymail' and a correct phone number.
If you are a student with a disability who needs special accommodations, please contact the AccessAbility Center/Student Disability Services (AAC/SDS) via email or visit their Zoom Virtual Front Desk. email@example.com, https://ccny.zoom.us/s/116151245
Signing Up for Tutoring
Make an Appointment: https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/11b734ex/
Log In (returning users) or Create an Account
To Create an Account complete the indicated fields
Select one of the following online platforms:
GoBoard - a free browser-based video conferencing tool that includes shared whiteboard functionality. This platform works best on a PC, a MAC or an iPad. It does not work on Android devices. If you cannot use GoBoard, we can still tutor you using Zoom, Skype, Hangouts or even just exchanged email messages.
Note: We like to be able to see you during a tutoring session - video gives us important feedback that we cannot get from voice alone So we *prefer* you to keep your camera o, but it is by no means mandatory. If you are having a bad hair day, or have any other reasons not to be seen, just turn the camera off.
For questions about Biology/Chemistry - Ms. Nkem Stanley-Mbamelu
For questions about Math/Physics - Andy Trafford