Academic Learning Centers and Labs

The Winer Accounting Center for Electronic Learning and Business Measurement - ACELAB

At the ACELAB, students can work on accounting tutorials or state-of-the-art software programs such as SAP or ACL. Many of the top Accountancy majors at Bentley work in the ACELAB, providing individual tutoring services. Students can also get hands-on experience with a variety of commercial accounting software packages. Case work enables students to improve communication skills so that they learn how to develop and communicate meaningful accounting information through presentations and reports.

Location: Lindsay 21

Center for Languages and International Collaboration (CLIC) LAB

The Center for Languages and International Collaboration (CLIC) seeks to enhance course curricula in Modern Languages and International Studies through the use of state-of-the-art technology. Faculty members in both disciplines work in concert with the center to integrate course content and technology using synchronous and asynchronous technology.

Location: Adamian 162

CIS Sandbox

The mission of the CIS Sandbox is to serve as a social learning space that prepares students to succeed in their CIS courses and to thrive in a technology-driven business world. As a campus destination for informal technology education, the CIS Sandbox distinguishes itself through its ability to provide peer-led tutoring services and online resources for students in CIS and IT courses and offer cutting-edge technology presentations and educational events for students and campus partners.

Location: Smith 234

Economics-Finance-Statistics (EFS) Learning Center

The  EFS provides a place for students to study and receive help from qualified tutors in economics, finance and statistics. The tutors are able to provide help with courses in all three areas. A number of currently used textbooks, study guides and solution manuals are available. There are three computers and a laser printer that can be used by students for homework, under the supervision of a tutor. Private tutoring is also available. The Economics-Finance Club meets in the learning center. Roundtable discussions about current economic issues are also held. The EFS Learning Center is directed by a full-time faculty member of the Department of Economics.

Location: Adamian 122

Mathematics Learning Center

The  Math Center provides drop-in tutoring to undergraduate students enrolled in mathematics courses at Bentley. The goal is to have students leave a tutoring session with an increased understanding and confidence in their own ability to do mathematics. The center is directed by a full-time faculty member but is staffed entirely by undergraduate Bentley students. During the academic year, the center is open most days and evenings, including weekends. During all hours of operation, students may get help with all 100-level math courses, and there are selected hours in which students may get help with math electives and GB213 (Business Statistics). Computer assistance as it relates to a mathematics course is also provided.

Location: Jennison 218

The Writing Center

Few students find it easy to do all the writing required of them in college. Forms of writing assigned in college often differ from those assigned in high-school, and college professors’ standards are often higher than those of high school teachers. The Writing Center offers one-to-one assistance with writing skills. It is staffed by a writing instructor and by peer tutors and offers guidance at all stages of the writing process, through tutoring, writing workshops, diagnostic testing and self-paced instruction.

Location: Library, Lower Level, 023

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Center

Bentley University students who are English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) can receive English-language support for all their academic courses at the ESOL Center. Faculty tutors who specialize in working with multilingual learners offer feedback and strategies for writing at any stages from early brainstorming through the drafting and organizing process. Additionally, students can receive help related to research, documenting sources, Power Point slides, pronunciation, oral presentations, résumés and cover letters and interview practice.

Location: Library, Lower Level, 026