Spring Tutoring Supported Courses

Group tutoring is offered in many introductory math, science, and social science courses. Students who need more focused attention may apply for small-group tutoring in select courses. Students are assigned to small groups that meet weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in class that week.

  • APMA 0330 - Methods of Applied Mathematics
  • APMA 0340 - Methods of Applied Mathematics I, II
  • APMA 0350 - Methods of Applied Mathematics I, II
  • APMA 0650 - Essential Statistics
  • APMA 1650 - Statistical Inference I
  • BIOL 0200 - The Foundation of Living Systems
  • BIOL 0280 - Introductory Biochemistry
  • BIOL 0800 - Principles of Physiology
  • CHEM 0330 - Equilibrium, Rate, and Structure
  • CHEM 0350 - Organic Chemistry
  • ECON 0110 - Principles of Economics
  • ECON 1110 - Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECON 1210 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECON 1620 - Introduction to Econometrics
  • ECON 1710 - Investments
  • ENGN 0040 - Dynamics and Vibrations
  • ENGN 0520 - Electrical Circuits and Signals
  • ENGN 0720 - Thermodynamics
  • MATH 0060 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus
  • MATH 0090 - Introductory Calculus, Part I
  • MATH 0100 - Introductory Calculus, Part II
  • MATH 0180 - Intermediate Calculus
  • MATH 0200 - Intermediate Calculus
  • MATH 0520 - Linear Algebra
  • NEUR 1020 - Principles of Neurobiology
  • PHYS 0040 - Basic Physics
  • PHYS 0060 - Foundations of Electromagnetism and Modern Physics
  • SOC 1100 - Introductory Statistics for Social Science

Request Group Tutoring

Please note: The Tutoring Program does not support all courses. Tutoring is a weekly commitment and tutees are expected to attend group sessions every week.