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Academic and Student Support Services

Health Professions Education Center
Brookdale Campus West Building, Mezzanine

The Health Professions Education Center (HPEC) supports student learning and faculty teaching in the health professions by providing state-of-the-art instructional media and technology, audiovisual support, and highly specialized computer learning modules. The HPEC houses the largest collection of health-related videos and instructional media within CUNY. Hunter students and faculty can access a variety of in-house and online resources including instructional computer software, state board test preparation materials, video and digital image libraries, private screening rooms, multimedia study carrels, and other reference materials.

The Nursing Laboratory
Brookdale Campus West Building, Room W225

The Nursing Laboratory provides space for undergraduate and graduate students to learn and practice basic skills and more advanced nursing interventions in simulated outpatient and hospital settings. While learning exercises in the laboratory are integrated into most clinical courses, individual appointments for practice or special project work can also be arranged.

Brookdale Health Professions Library
Brookdale Campus West Building, 2nd Floor

The Health Professions Library (HPL) supports the curricular and research needs of students, faculty, and staff at the Brookdale Campus. One of four Hunter libraries, the HPL holds nearly 10,000 titles in print, several thousand e-books in biomedical disciplines, and 280 professional journals housed in its 10,000 square feet of space. The library offers study areas with seating for up to 156 patrons, two computer labs, and laptops available for short-term loan. Their website offers remote access to a massive index of full text articles from journals, magazines and newspapers, and unique digital content via its electronic databases.

Dr. Murray and Anna C. Rockowitz Writing Center
68th Street Campus, Leon and Toby Cooperman Library, 7th Floor

The Rockowitz Writing Center provides peer tutoring services that help students become better academic writers. Students can apply for a weekly appointment with a tutor, use drop-in services as needed on a first-come, first-served basis, and/or book an e-tutoring session. The RWC also offers online tutorials, interactive exercises, and an extensive file of RWC handouts relating to the writing process, grammar and mechanics, critical reading, research and documentation, writing across the curriculum, business and professional writing, and more.