The Math and Science Tutoring Center will open for the semester on Wednesday, January 22 at 8:30 AM.
The Peer Mentors from the First Year Experience program are hosting an A&P/Chem study table in the Library again this semester. Please join them on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 4:30-6:30 PM. They will have study materials and snacks, and will assist you in studying for your chemistry or Anatomy & Physiology classes. If you need disability accommodations, please contact the First Year Experience program at (208) 792-2208 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by their office in Reid Centennial Hall, room 203.
Dan Rudolph is hosting an Open Lab on Sundays (starting on February 2) from 1 PM to 3 PM in the A&P Lab. If you need some help with your lab science classes, feel free to stop by and have him help you.
The Business Division has an economics/statistics tutor in the basement of Thomas Jefferson Hall (TJH 007).
Ryan is available in the tutoring center on Tuesdays from 3:00 to 5:00 PM and Wednesdays from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. He would be happy to help you with your Computer Science homework or help you figure out a problem with your computer, device, app, or software installation.
We will be closed for the following breaks and holidays:
The First Year Experience program is holding a Midterm Study Night on Wednesday, March 4, 5-8 PM in the Library. There will be tutors and peer mentors available to help you prepare for midterm exams, lots of snacks, and the opportunity to win some really great prizes. We will close the tutoring center at 5 PM and move over to the Library for this event.
The First Year Experience program will host two Rock the Final Study Nights on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 3 and 4, from 5 PM to 8 PM in the Library. There will be tutors and peer mentors available to help you prepare for your final exams, yummy snacks, and chances to win prizes! Join us there for two evenings of studying prior to final exam week. We will close the tutoring center at 5 PM on both nights and move over to the Library for this event.
If you’ve earned at least a B+ in math courses, science courses, or specialty courses like Statistics or Physics, and you’re interested in becoming a tutor, please apply via Handshake. If you have any trouble with the application process in Handshake, please contact Suzanne Rousseau at email@example.com or stop by her office in MLH 331 for a paper application.