As a part of the ELA Dept.’s Communication Skills Reading Program, the mission of the Communication Skills Reading Lab is to help students enhance and develop the necessary cognitive tools to read, comprehend, and retain the wide variety of college-level materials necessary to succeed in LaGuardia's degree programs, and/or to move on to four-year institutions. We are committed to providing students with the background knowledge and critical reading and thinking skills necessary to become an educated person.
Located in E-114, the Reading Lab is available to all LaGuardia students. Tutors are available to assist you in developing the necessary skills to succeed in your course, pass your exams, and find continued success in your future courses that may require reading, be it a literary reading or a textbook you need to understand for your courses among others.
The lab staff can provide support for students in three categories of courses:
For more information click here for the Reading Lab’s ePortfolio page. (Please open up your ePortfolio account for access)
For more information about tutoring availability, students should send an email explaining their request to firstname.lastname@example.org containing their name, EMPLID and the course code.
Joseph Evering Reading Lab Coordinator E114C 718-482-5628 email@example.com