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One-to-one Tutoring

Schedule a one-hour tutoring session with a trained peer tutor, who will help you understand concepts or principles covered in the course for which you are seeking assistance. All students receive 50 free tutoring credits at the start of each semester; additional credits may be granted by request to staff. Each credit can be used to schedule a one-hour session with a tutor.

One-to-one appointment tutoring is now offered both in person (third floor of Jester Academic Center) and on Zoom. Learn more about preparing for a tutoring session and make an appointment through MyUGS.

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Tutored Courses

ACC 310F: Foundations of Accounting
ACC 311: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
ACC 312: Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
ACC 326: Financial Accounting- Intermediate

AST 301: An Introduction to Astronomy for Non-Science Majors
AST 307: Introductory Astronomy

BCH 339F: Foundations of Biochemistry
BCH 369: Fundamentals of Biochemistry

BIO 311C: Introductory Biology I
BIO 311D: Introductory Biology II
BIO 315H: Advanced Intro to Genetics – Honors
BIO 320: Cell Biology
BIO 325: Genetics
BIO 326M: Intro Medical Microbiology/Immunology
BIO 326R: General Microbiology
BIO 344: Molecular Biology
BIO 346: Human Biology
BIO 365S: Human Systems Physiology
BIO 370: Evolution
CC 306M: Intro to Medical & Scientific Terminology

CH 128K: Organic Chemistry Lab
CH 128L: Organic Chemistry Lab
CH 204: Introduction to Chemical Practice
CH 220C: Organic Chemistry Lab
CH 301: Principles of Chemistry I
CH 301C: Foundations of Chemistry I
CH 302C: Foundations of Chemistry II
CH 301N: Chemistry in Our World I
CH 302: Principles of Chemistry II
CH 302N: Chemistry in Our World II
CH 320M: Organic Chemistry I
CH 320N: Organic Chemistry II
CH 328M: Organic Chemistry I
CH 328N: Organic Chemistry II

CHI 606: First-Year Chinese I
CHI 607: First-Year Chinese II

Computer Science
CS 302: Computer Fluency
CS 303E: Elements of Computers/Programming
CS 311: Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
CS 312: Introduction to Programming
CS 313E: Elements of Software Design
CS 313K: Logic, Sets, and Functions
CS 314: Data Structures
CS 429: Computer Organization and Architecture

Conversational English

ECO 301: Intro to Economics
ECO 304K: Intro to Microeconomics
ECO 304L: Intro to Macroeconomics
ECO 329: Economics Statistics
ECO 420K: Microeconomic Theory
ECO 420S: Mathematical Microeconomic Theory with Advanced Applications
ECO 441K: Introduction to Econometrics

Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
ECE 306: Introduction to Computing
ECE 351K: Probability and Random Processes
ECE 411: Circuit Theory

Engineering Mechanics
EM 306: Statics
EM 311M: Dynamics
EM 319: Mechanics of Solids

FIN 320F: Foundations of Finance
FIN 357: Business Finance

FR 601C: Beginning French
FR 611C: Intermediate French

HIS 315K: History of the United States, 1492-1865

KOR 606: First-Year Korean I
KOR 607: First-Year Korean II

Management Information Systems
MIS 301: Introduction to Information Technology Management
MIS 304: Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming

M 302: Introduction to Mathematics
M 305G: Elementary Functions and Coordinate Geometry
M 316K: Foundations of Arithmetic
M 316L: Foundations of Geometry, Statistics, and Probability
M 325K: Discrete Mathematics
M 340L: Matrices and Matrix Computations
M 341: Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory
M 362K: Probability I
M 365C: Real Analysis I
M 408C: Differential and Integral Calculus
M 408D: Sequential, Series, and Multivariable Calculus
M 408K: Differential Calculus
M 408L: Integral Calculus
M 408M: Multivariable Calculus
M 408N: Differential Calculus for Science
M 408Q: Differential/Integral Calculus for Business
M 408R: Calculus for Biologists
M 408S: Integral Calculus Science
M 427J: Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
M 427L: Advanced Calculus for Applications

Mechanical Engineering
ME 310T: Applied Thermodynamics
ME 316T: Thermodynamics

NEU 330: Neural Systems I
NEU 335: Neural Systems II

Physical Science
PS 303: Intro to Physical Science I
PS 304: Intro to Physical Science II

PHY 105M: Laboratory For Physics 302K, 303K, and 317K
PHY 105N: Laboratory For Physics 302L, 303L, and 317L
PHY 301: Mechanics
PHY 302K: General Physics – Tech Crs-Mech/Heat/Sound
PHY 302L: General Physics – Elec/Light/Nuc
PHY 303K: Engineering Physics I
PHY 303L: Engineering Physics II
PHY 309K: Elementary PHY for Nontechnical Students
PHY 309L: Elementary Physics for Nontechnical students
PHY 315: Wave Motion and Optics
PHY 316: Electricity and Magnetism
PHY 317K: General Physics I
PHY 317L: General Physics II

PSY 301: Introduction to Psychology
PSY 417L: Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PSY 420M: Psychological Methods and Statistics

SPN 601D: First-Year Spanish I
SPN 610D: First-Year Spanish II
SPN 311: Second-Year Spanish
SPN 314: Spanish Conversation and Culture
SPN 327C: Advanced Grammar and Writing in Context
SPN 367C: Spanish for Health Professions

SDS 301: Elementary Statistical Methods
SDS 302F: Foundations of Data Analysis
SDS 320E: Elements of Statistics
SDS 321: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
SDS 322E: Elements of Data Science
SDS 324E: Elements of Regression Analysis
STA 301: Introduction to Data Science