Tutoring Services for Science Courses
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Need help in a science course? Below is a list of tutoring options available for science courses.
A evening science tutoring center available for any student who is taking a College of Science course. Tutoring services focus on 100 and 200-level foundational courses.
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All students are eligible to participate in tutoring (regardless of gender) in math, science, or engineering courses at the 100 and 200 level. Tutoring is provided by outstanding students in Science and Engineering in the University Residences Support Center (URSC) Shreve Hall Small Conference Room (C124) and collaborative spaces, Sunday through Thursday, 7-10 pm.
The Biology Help Room, located within the Biology Resource Center (BRC), Lilly Hall, Room B-401, serves the academic needs of all undergraduates with particular attention paid to first and second year students Monday through Thursday from 9 am - 5 pm and Fridays 9 am - 1 pm.
The Chemistry Resource Room, located in WTHR 117 (494-5310), has available tests and homework with cribs, lecture notes written by teaching assistants, auto-tutorial programs, chemistry textbooks available for student use, and tutoring. The Chemistry Resource Room is located in two large rooms with plenty of tables and space and is a great location to study chemistry. If you have a question, help is readily available. Hours of Operation are: Monday-Thursday, 8: 00am-8:30pm; Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm; Saturday, 9:30am-6:00pm and Sunday, 12pm-3pm.
Students in 15300, 15400, 15800, 16100, 16200, 16500, 16600, 22000, 22100, 22200, 22300 and 22400 can get help with their coursework in the Math Help Rooms (MATH 211 and 205). Hours of operation vary. Please visit 211 and 205 to review the schedule.
The Physics Department Student Resources Web site contains a listing of help centers (tutors, locations, and hours of operation) for Physics 149, 172, 218, 219, 220, 221, and 241/261. Please visit the Physics website for hours of operation.
Note: Individual courses will have their own help sessions. Please check with your professor or check your syllabus for individual course help sessions.
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