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College of
Health Sciences

Center for Learning Excellence


 The Center for Learning Excellence provides academic support services.

Accessibility services

Geisinger College of Health Sciences is in full compliance with the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Center for Learning Excellence staff coordinate reasonable accommodations for eligible students with documented disabilities.

Geisinger College of Health Sciences students can learn more on the internal portal page here: Accessibility Services (

For more information on accessibility services or to apply for accommodation, contact Dr. Nicole Ferentino, Center for Learning Excellence associate director, at 570-955-1307 or

Academic support

Individual support and advising

Students can receive individual support in time management, study skills, organization, study-guide construction, memory techniques, resource use and test-taking strategies.


Small group and individual tutoring sessions are offered at no cost to students. Students are tutored where they enroll for their general education requirements and through nursing faculty when on their clinical rotations.


Center for Learning Excellence staff provide workshops to help students with academic organization and study strategies.

Professional preparation and skill development

Support for the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) for students enrolled in the School of Nursing associate degree program is coordinated through ATI Testing for Nursing Education.

For more information on applying for accommodations for the NCLEX, contact Dr. Nicole Ferentino, Center for Learning Excellence, at 570-955-1307 or

Contact us

Jackie Ghormoz, MSW, CSW
Assistant Dean of Students
Medical Sciences Building
3007 East

Sarah Triano, MS, NCC, LPC
Associate Director, Center for Learning Excellence
3005 East
Medical Sciences Building

Nicole Ferentino, DC
Assistant Director
3101 East Medical Sciences Building
570-955-1307 Ext. 5137

Janis Williams
Administrative Assistant
Medical Sciences Building
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