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Tutoring

Program Overview

Tutoring is available in individual or small group settings through Student Support Services. General subject areas include core curriculum courses like English, Spanish, biology, chemistry, history, political science, physics, psychology, and many others. High-level courses are available upon request and demand.

Program Eligibility

You must be accepted into the Student Support Services program to receive this free service.

Scheduling & Location

Tutoring is conducted during scheduled weekly sessions Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. in our tutoring and computer lab. You may request tutoring after you have had your first success session with your success coach. To sign up, fill out a tutor request form. You may submit the form to your success coach or bring the form to the SSS Office (Sterry 127). We will contact you three to five business days about the status of your request.

SSS is now offering walk-in tutoring for our members. Please refer to the links below to see walk-in times. ***Note: You must be accepted to the program and be an active member to use to use this service.

Wednesday Evening Walk-In Tutoring

Friday Walk-In Tutoring Times

If you any questions related to tutoring, please contact our Grant Coordinator or call the office at 512.245.2275.

Become a Tutor

Interested in applying to become a tutor? Learn more about the qualifications and job duties.

Courses Offered by Subject

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  • ACC 2361 - Intro to Financial Accounting

    ECO 2314 - Principles of Microeconomics

    ECO 2315 - Principles of Macroeconomics

    MGMT 3303 - Management of Organizations

    QMST 2333 - Business Statistics

  • ANTH 1312 - Cultural Anthropology

    ANTH 2414 - Intro to Archaeology

  • COMM 1310 - Fundamentals of Human Communication

    COMM 2315 - Interpersonal Communication

    MUS or TH 2313 - Intro to Fine Arts

    MC 1301 - Intro to Mass Communications

    MC 1313 - Media Writing

    MC 3343 - Intro to PR

    MC 3360 - Public Relations Research

    MC 3367 - Advertising

  • ENG 1300 - Developmental Writing

    ENG 1310 - College Writing I

    ENG 1320 - College Writing II

    ENG 2320 - World Literature Since 1600

    ENG 2360 - American Literature since 1865

  • HIST 1310 - History of the U.S. to 1877

    HIST 1320 - History of the U.S. 1877 to Date

    HIST 2311 - World Civilization to 17th Century

    HIST 2320 - Western Civilization 17th Century to Date

    HIST 3320 - History of Mexico

  • POSI 2310 - Principles of American Government

    POSI 2320 - Fundamentals of American Government

  • SPAN 1410 - Beginning Spanish I

    SPAN 1420 - Beginning Spanish II

    SPAN 2310 - Intermediate Spanish I

    SPAN 2320 - Intermediate Spanish II

  • GER 1410 - Beginning German I

    GER 1420 - Beginning German II

    GER 2310 - Intermediate German I

    GER 2320 - Intermediate German II

  • FR 1410 - Beginning French I

    FR 1420 - Beginning French II

  • PSY 1300 - Introduction to Psychology

    PSY 3313 - Psychology of Adult & Aging

    PSY 3315 - Abnormal Psychology

    PSY 3322 - Brain and Behavior

    PSY 3402 - Experiment & Research Methods

    PHIL 1320 - Critical Thinking

  • BIO 1320 - Modern Biology I

    BIO 1330 - Functional Biology

    BIO 1331 - Organismal Biology

    BIO 2400 - Microbiology

    BIO 2450 - Genetics

    BIO 2451 - Anatomy & Physiology I

    BIO 2452 - Anatomy & Physiology II

    BIO 3442 - Virology

  • CHEM 1341 - General Chemistry I

    CHEM 1342 - General Chemistry II

    CHEM 2341 - Organic Chemistry I

    CHEM 2342 - Organic Chemistry II

    CHEM 4375 - Biochemistry

    CHEM 4385 - Metabolism

  • CIS 1323 - Intro to Microcomputer Applications

    CS 1428 - Foundations of Computer Science I

    CS 2308 - Foundations of Computer Science II

     

  • EE 2400 - Circuits I

    EE 2420 - Digital Logic

    EE 3400 - Circuits II

    EE 3420 - Microprocessors

    IE 3320 - Engineering Statistics

     

  • MATH 1300 - Pre College Algebra

    MATH 1311 - Basic Mathematics

    MATH 1315 - College Algebra

    MATH 1319 - Math for Business & Economics I

    MATH 1329 - Math for Business & Economics II

    MATH 2321 - Calculus for Life Sciences I

    MATH 2331 - Calculus for Life Sciences II

    MATH 2358 - Discrete Math I

    MATH 2417 - Pre Calculus Math

    MATH 2471 - Calculus I

    MATH 2472 - Calculus II

    MATH 3373 - Calculus III

    MATH 3305 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics

    MATH 3377 - Linear Algebra

  • PHYS 1310 - Elementary Physics 

    PHYS 1340 - Astronomy: Solar System

    PHYS 1430 - Mechanics