The Center for Teaching and Learning is a unique facility staffed with both professional educators and students (peer tutors) who provide service to all students who need extra help in their college work. Cazenovia College students are expected to succeed in a challenging intellectual environment. It is not unusual for a student to need help in gaining and maintaining an adequate level of academic excellence. Recognizing this, the Center for Teaching and Learning at Cazenovia College is designed to provide students with opportunities to maximize their academic potential.
To achieve this goal, the Center for Teaching and Learning offers several alternatives to assist in learning such as one-on-one or small-group tutoring; assistance in developing strategic learning skills; and techniques designed to improve writing, reading and mathematics proficiency.
The accessible location on the campus (next door to the library) and the Center’s convenient hours are designed to meet the needs of students. Students may meet with a Professional Tutor for in-depth help with specific courses, or they may see a Peer Tutor. The professional staff of the Center for Teaching and Learning offers study skills assistance, workshops on a variety of subjects, and academic counseling.
The Center for Teaching and Learning is home to:
First Year Summer College Program
The First Year Summer College Program, an intensive five week summer program that prepares first year students for fall semester academic life and work. Learn more about our First Year Summer College Program.
Writing, reading, and mathematics tests are given to facilitate placement of incoming students into the appropriate courses.
The Center for Teaching and Learning provides a wide variety of tutoring options. View additional information about our tutoring services
or download the spring 2015 tutoring schedule
Office of Special Services
The Office of Special Services provides a variety of support services to help students with learning disabilities learn how to function independently and to advocate for themselves. View additional information about the Office of Special Services
Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
HEOP is funded through a grant from the New York State Department of Education. View additional information about HEOP
Project REACH (Recognizing Excellence, Achievement, Commitment, and Honor)
Project REACH is a Title IV (Student Support Services) program which is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. View additional information about Project REACH
41 Lincklaen Street
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Jesse Lott, Director, 315-655-7161