Do you feel like you need a little extra help in some or all of your classes?
Texas State offers various FREE tutoring services for currently enrolled students. Check out some or all of the services listed below. Before you know it, you could be doing great in ALL of your classes!
SPECIFICALLY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS!!!
Get free tutoring in basic and advanced science and math courses at the CLC. Free, walk-in tutoring is available at the CLC; tutors are current science majors who have completed the courses in which you need help! They are a great resource for our majors! Call or follow the link below to view the current semester's tutoring schedule:
CLC Location: Roy F. Mitte Technology & Physics Building, 4th Floor
CLC Tutoring Schedule
Student lab instructors are available to answer questions for students enrolled in chemistry courses. Office hours are posted on the door of Chemistry Building 119.
Chemistry tutors are listed on the bulletin board outside the Department of Chemistry office, Chemistry Building 238. These tutors work for pay.
The Computer Science department offers free tutoring for students in an entry-level computer science course. Topics include:
Please see the Computer Science website or cal 512-245-3409 for more information.
Derrick Hall, room 233
The Physics Help Center is located just outside room 3224 of the R. F. Mitte Building. It is staffed from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm by physics Learning Assistants who are available to help with homework or other course related issues.
The SLAC Lab provides free academic assistance to students in many subjects, including math and science. They are a great resource for your general education core classes, freshman-level math and science courses. They also offer services in skill development in reading textbooks, taking notes, taking tests, overcoming procrastination, managing time, and setting goals.
Alkek Library, 4th Floor
The Writing Center's trained tutors provide one-to-one counseling in writing for Texas State students at any level of study. This includes help with all types of writing such as essays, research papers, cover letters, essay exams, and resumes. Tutors can even help you to organize your PowerPoint presentations effectively!
ASBN - 1st Floor
Check out Quizlet. This free website allows you to creat virtual flashcards and play games.
Need some tips on how to study? Visit SUNY Buffalo's "How to Study: A Brief Guide" for some tips. Topics include:
Finally, don't forget your professors! They are a great resource and want you to learn. Stop by during their office hours or send them an email. If you have a specific question or concept that you are struggling with, it is best to let them know - it provides a starting point for the conversation.