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Our department hires our own students to provide drop-in tutoring support for many of our introductory and intermediate courses. These tutors support students in all CSCI courses up through and including CSCI 2100, as well as the computational math courses MATH 1660 (Discrete Mathematics) and MATH/STAT 3850 (Foundations of Statistics with R). The tutors are also available as a resource for how to use accounts on our department's Linux computing systems. The Department of Mathematics and Statustics offers additional support for Math/Stat courses.

Location

In accordance with University instructions, all tutoring for Spring 2021 will be delivered through Zoom at https://slu.zoom.us/j/3149776667. For security, you will be required to use your SLU credentials to join.

Spring 2021 Schedule

Fall tutoring begins on Monday, February 8.

DayHoursTutorCourse CoverageLanguage
Monday 1-3pm Brendan 1060/1300/2100/MATH1660 MATLAB/Python/C++
Tuesday 4-6pm Megan 1020/1060/1070/1300/2100/MATH1660/STAT3850 MATLAB/Python/C++/R
Wednesday 11am-1pm Elena 1020/1300/2100 Python/C++/Java
Wednesday 3-5pm Joe 1020/1060/1070/1300/2100/MATH1660 MATLAB/Python/C++
Thursday 10am-12pm Leala 1080/1300/2100 Python/C++/HTML/CSS/Javascript
Friday 2-4pm Anh 1300/2100/MATH1660/STAT3850 Python/C++/R

Interested in Being a Tutor?

Make sure to let the department chairperson know.  We are interested in students who did well in their introductory courses and who enjoy guiding other students on their own journey of discovery.