Tutoring in Math and Science


  • Last Day of Tutoring is 5/7

    The last day for tutoring is May 7.

  • Tutoring Available Starting 2/1

    Tutoring from the SAS Peer Mentors will be available starting Monday, February 1, 2021. Tutoring sessions will be conducted over Zoom. View schedule.

    Join SAS Tutoring Zoom Room
    Meeting ID: 959 5142 0697

  • Virtual Study Rooms

    New this semester: virtual study rooms. Bring a friend, bring a study buddy, or come solo to the SAS Center virtual space and tell them you are there to study! The Front Desk worker will place you into a private room and the tutors will stop by when they have a moment to provide assistance. Join an existing study room or lock it down and make it a solo study space.

    Join SAS Tutoring Zoom Room
    Meeting ID: 959 5142 0697

There are multiple centers on campus that tutor courses offered by the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM):

Reasons for Receiving Tutoring

You can seek out tutoring for a variety of reasons:

  • review before a test
  • review exam results and missed homework problems
  • gain study skills and time management strategies
  • overcome struggling with a particular concept or problem
  • build your confidence in a subject matter
  • stay on top of your homework and study routine.

Types of Tutoring

Tutoring can take different forms:

  • coming to the tutoring center with a set of question you need assistance with
  • studying in the tutoring center and ask a tutor questions as they arise
  • "teaching" the tutor what you have learned and have them review your knowledge
  • having a tutor quiz you before test
  • visiting the center with a group of friends and inviting the tutor to help with any problem areas.
  • ask your academic advisor about individual tutoring if you would like an assigned Peer Mentor

Benefits of Tutoring

You can benefit from tutoring in a number of ways:

  • increase your confidence in a particular subject matter as well as in your academic skills
  • build connections with upperclass students and classmates
  • increase your opportunity for success in forthcoming courses
  • learn new study and problem-solving strategies.

Contact Jensen SAS Center

Valerie Bagley, Coordinator