*The Learning Center is now operating remotely*

The mission statement of the Learning Center is complementary to the mission of the College, which is to develop and maintain a high quality professional undergraduate education. To this end, the mission of the Learning Center is to assist our students to become independent learners, so they can ultimately use their skills to decipher, appreciate and manipulate related and advanced levels of various subject areas, and also use their knowledge to negotiate real-life circumstances.

Welcome to MEC Learning Center Zoom Waiting Room. You must be an active MEC student to receive tutoring. We will be with you shortly. Please have your EMPLID # and full name ready.

The Learning Center is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom Tutoring session according to the schedule on web page.

Topic: The Learning Center at Medgar Evers College

Join Zoom Reception -Assignment Room: Click on the link below between hrs. of 12n t0 8:30 pm during the fall 2020 semester.

Meeting ID: 846 9423 9480

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Subject & Time

Monday to Friday 12pm - 5pm
Tuesday to Thursday 9am- 5pm
Monday - Friday 5pm-9pm
Saturday 12pm-5pm

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Students Invited via
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Requesting a tutor on Monday through Friday between the hours of 12pm - 5pm, email malbert@mec.cuny.edu (include your name, MEC EMPL ID number, and Class in your email).

On weekdays, after 6pm and on weekends, please send your requests to meclearningcenter2020@gmail.com (include your name, MEC EMPL ID number, and Class in your email).

Tutor Name Course/Level Days of Week Times
Ahmed Kareem All Levels Monday through Thursday


12pm - 5pm

12pm - 5pm

Felicia Abrafi ATB & 136 / 138 Tuesday and Thursday


2pm - 9pm

12pm - 4pm

Melissa Wright ATB & 136 / 138 Monday through Thursday


2pm - 6pm

2pm - 5pm

Scott Williams All Levels Monday through Thursday


6pm - 9pm

12pm - 5pm

Abdulhakeem Jimoh ATB & 136 / 138 Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri


6pm - 9pm

12pm - 3pm

SCIENCE TUTORS (Chemistry and Biology)

Felicia Abrafi

Chemistry I Tuesday and Thursday


2pm - 9pm

12pm - 4pm

Abdulhakeem Jimoh Biology & Chemistry I Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri


6pm - 9pm

12pm - 3pm

Hakim Thomas Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry Monday and Wednesday

Tuesday and Thursday

2pm - 5pm

12pm - 5pm


Clara Bernadez

Spanish Monday through Thursday


3pm - 7pm

12pm - 4pm


Belinda Crichlow

Computer Monday to Thursday 6pm - 9pm

Michael Bryan

Accounting Monday

Wednesday and Thursday

5pm - 9pm

1pm - 9pm


Merlene Henry

ESL Monday through Thursday 12pm - 3pm

Thakoor Sukhnandan

ATB Monday through Thursday 11am - 3pm

Virtual Learning Center Fall 2020 Tutor Schedule (PDF)

Virtual Learning Center Objectives:

  • To assist our students to acquire the skills to become independent learners.
  • To provide academic support accommodation to Differently Abled Students as stipulated by federal legislation.
  • To provide professional service to our students in an environment that is conducive to learning.
  • To provide workshops to assist our students in fulfilling their basic skills and graduating requirements.
  • To assist students in finding ways to enhance and achieve the most out of the learning and studying process: for example, encouraging study groups along with supplemental instruction.
  • To work with other departments and programs to provide academic support to students most in need.

The Virtual Learning Center’s goals as they complement Medgar Evers College’s strategic goals:

MEC Goal 1: To serve the Central Brooklyn community, which comprises of students with diverse educational, socioeconomic, political, cultural, and national backgrounds.

The Virtual Learning Center indiscriminately serves our matriculated and non-matriculated student population of diverse backgrounds and abilities, of the Central Brooklyn community, by providing them with free academic support services. The Center also provides tutorial assistance to the community by collaboratively working with high schools and community agencies through grant-funded programs.

MEC Goal 2: Provides students with basic academic knowledge and skills necessary for rigorous undergraduate study, academic excellence, entry into graduate and professional schools, and career advancement.

The Virtual Learning Center complements classroom instruction by offering students a wide range of academic support services from basic skills, CUNY ACT workshops for floaters, CUNY Proficiency Exam workshops and study groups, NLN workshops for prospective nurses, to tutorials in several subject areas with include mathematics, English, logic, science, computer science and literacy, biology, finance, and accounting to prepare them for rigorous undergraduate study and academic excellence after their baccalaureate degrees.

MEC Goal 3: seeks to improve students understanding of self, past and present societies, and future trends by providing students with a liberal education which communicates the knowledge of tradition, the teaching of scholars, and the beauty and profundity of cultural heritage

The Virtual Learning Center complements the College’s goal of seeking to improve students’ understanding of self and providing a liberal education by being an extension of the classroom in tutorial sessions through the support of similar policies and principles, through collaboration with classroom instructors.

MEC Goal 4: seeks to prepare students for leadership roles in a changing world, so that they and the college can be energizers of change agents in the community.

The Learning Center assists students to upgrade and improve their academic and technological skills so that they can be holistic leaders in a world that is constantly evolving.

Learning Center
Michael Chance
1650 Bedford Ave
Room B-1045
Brooklyn, NY 11225