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Tutoring Centers

Engagement and learning for academic success

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Everyone needs a little help now and then

Every student can excel with the right tools. In the College of Science and at OSU, students have access to a wide array of academic support resources as well as tutoring centers to assist their learning beyond the classroom. Our tutoring centers are a welcoming and friendly space where peer and faculty mentors will offer guidance and share study techniques to help you grasp course materials and improve your academic performance.

Studies show that students who make use of the tutoring center regularly gained more academically in terms of higher average GPAs, study skills and higher rates of persistence.

Select a tutoring center below to learn more about undergraduate learning resources and academic support for science, mathematics and statistics and how we can help. Or visit us in the Science Success Center in Kidder 109.

The Science Success Center

The Science Success Center helps students envision their future while empowering them to take responsibility for their individual learning and growth. We cultivate intellectual growth and student development by providing access to a wide range of academic and developmental support. Resources include advising, academic and personal skills, career development services and internships, tutoring and student organizations.

STEM Study Tables on Mondays

Tutoring in wide range of science courses (chemistry, biology, physics, etc)

Hosted by the Women’s Center and Sigma Delta Omega, the science sorority

Available every Monday 4 - 6 p.m. in the Women’s Center

Sigma Delta Omega Tutoring

Science sorority
Free one-on-one tutoring in various science courses

Contact them at sigmadeltaomega@gmail.com for available tutors.

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OSU Student Success Resources

Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center offers you academic coaching and will help you strategize for success. Academic Coaching is a series of conversations designed to enhance your well-being and your academic performance. Common discussion topics include time management, test preparation, test taking, procrastination, and stress reduction. Coaching appointments are individualized, so discussions focus on your unique experiences, strengths, challenges, and goals.

Disability Access Services

The Disability Access Services (DAS) offers alternative testing, deaf and hard-of-hearing services, academic coaching, note-taking, faculty notification, early registration, DAS student handbook, tutorials and more to enhance student success ay OSU.

Educational Opportunities Program

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) supports students of color, low-income and first-generation students or any students from historically underrepresented backgrounds through tutoring, academic counseling, scholarships and more. Some of the services offered at EOP include learning time management, major/career identification, internships and priority access to EOP sections of academic courses.

Loanable Equipment

Technology Loans is the Valley Library's center for loans on laptops, tablets and other technology. You can borrow laptops, monitor adapters, laptop chargers, phone chargers, headphones, board games, calculators and accessories for a day, a week or long-term. This program can be a lifesaver!

Undergraduate Research and Writing Studio

The Studio is a relaxed and friendly place where you can work with peers who will give you concrete feedback and advice on how to improve your writing. Located on the main floor of the Valley Library, the Studio provides one-stop assistance on all things related to the research and writing process.

An inclusive, creative and engaging place, this award-winning writing studio focuses on hands-on and experiential learning, with help delivered at the point of need. The Studio provides one-stop assistance on all things related to the research and writing process. At the Studio, you will:

Explore: Identify your problem or topic, get your thoughts organized, see what's out there on your topic

Research: Find the best sources to support your assignment

Write: Pull it all together in a well-organized document

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program that offers peer-led, group study tables for challenging courses in the sciences. Supported courses change each term, so please check the website to find the current term’s supported courses. Study tables are led by SI Leaders — students like you who have successfully taken the course.