Other units and programs throughout campus offer different types of tutoring and/or workshops, and they may maintain a list of graduate students willing to offer private tutoring sessions for a fee. These resources are provided as information only and the Department of Economics does not specifically endorce any tutoring sources listed below.
Please contact the overseeing unit with questions. If you have additional services you would recommend to other students, please contact our office.
Psychology Psi Chi Honorary Society: Provides free tutoring services for students enrolled in psychology courses.
Mathematics: Free tutoring for courses and also available paid tutors
Chemistry Learning Center (CLC): The Department of Chemistry provides free walk-in tutoring services and maintains a list of private chemistry tutors available for hire here. Additional online tutorials.
Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE): Assistance on many courses with an engineering-focus students take in their first four semesters (MATH, PHYS, CS). Please see the CARE Tutoring Schedule for class availability.
Other Lists of Academic Resources:
Statistical Software & Qualitative Programs Workshops at CITL: We conduct short evening workshops on how to use statistical software, qualitative programs, and questionnaire design each semester.
LAS Student Success Workshops: Variety of workshops in different subjects or general studying tips & tricks
Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA): Academic Service Center
The Writer's Workshop is a free campus service that provides writing assistance to students from all disciplines and at all stages of the writing process. Whether you're working on a course paper, personal statement, group writing project, speech, thesis, internship or application materials, or job-related documents, our consultants are here to help. The workshop offers both face-to-face and online appointments and has drop-in sessions available.