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Baker Center for Learning

Regular Hours

Not all services are available at all times.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

607.844.8211, Ext. 4414
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Welcome to the Lucille S. Baker Center for Learning!

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Tutoring Schedules

Tutoring Area Schedules for drop-in tutoring:

Accounting & Business: Monday - Thursday 9- 4; Friday 9 - 2

Math & Science: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 - 4, Tuesday 9- 6:30, Friday 9 - 3

Writing & Research: Monday - Thursday 10 - 5; Friday 10-1

If you prefer, make a one-time appointment:



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The Baker Commons is full of amazing people and resources. One of my personal favorites is the writing and research center (WRC) where they provide help with structuring and reworking essays. -Joe

Vision Statement:

The Baker Center is People

We are people who support learning by:

  • Cultivating a caring, safe, creative environment (physical, emotional, and social)
  • Believing in each individual's potential
  • Identifying and developing each learner's unique strengths
  • Valuing the diversity of our learning community
  • Connecting and partnering with faculty and other college and community services

The Baker Center for Learning is named in honor of
Dr. Lucille S. Baker, professor emerita and generous contributor to the improvement of learning for all students.

Services include:

  • Tutoring: free drop-in tutoring in numerous subject areas. Look on the tutoring page for tutoring schedules.
  • Online tutoring
  • Group tutoring
  • Desktop and laptop computers
  • Tutorial software
  • Voice output software
  • Adaptive technology
  • Appointments for study skills, time management and test-taking skills

Come in and ask for details!

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