The Learning Lab aims to assist students in understanding course material and available educational technologies by providing instructional facilitators, computer facilitators, student tutors, and study skills tutors that are prepared to meet the needs of individual learning styles, and through computer-assisted instruction. By providing these services, we hope to imbue students with a sense of self-reliance, self-esteem, a desire for life-long learning, and the drive and abilities to succeed both academically and professionally.
The Learning Lab is part of the Division of Arts and Sciences and is under the direct supervision of the Dean of Arts and Sciences.
Assistive Technology (AT) is available for students to increase functional capabilities. Disability Services attempts to insure that the AT is available to meet the needs of students with documented disabilities. The following Assistive Technology is available at CFCC by clicking here.