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Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring with the Academic Success Center

Academic Success Center offers free peer tutoring services for Georgia Southern students, both virtually and in-person. While peer tutoring is provided for a variety of courses, it is not available in every subject area. However, we can refer students to tutoring services offered by academic departments (see “Peer Tutoring with Campus Partners”).

The Academic Success Center offers peer tutoring in core Math, Science, and Humanities courses. To assist in navigating where to find subject-specific help, please refer to the details provided in the links, below.

Please Note: To ensure the maximum number of students can receive tutoring assistance, students may schedule up to (but no more than) four tutoring appointments per week.

Peer Tutoring with the Academic Success Center

Introduction to Math Modeling (MATH 1101)

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College Algebra (MATH 1111)

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College Trigonometry (MATH 1112)

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Pre-Calculus Mathematics (MATH 1113)

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Survey of Calculus (MATH 1232)

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Calculus I (MATH 1441)

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Calculus II (MATH 2242)

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Elementary Statistics (STAT 1401)

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Calculus III (MATH 2243)

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Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 2105 & 2106)

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Concepts of Biology (BIOL 1103)

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Principles of Biology I & II (BIOL 1107 & 1108)

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Environmental Biology (BIOL 1230)

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Biochemistry (BCHM 5201)

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Physiology (BIOL 3131)

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Cell & Molecular Bio (BIOL 3134)

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Evolution & Ecology (BIOL 3133)

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Microbiology & Lab (BIOL 2240 & BIOL 2240L)

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Principles of Chemistry I & II (CHEM 1211 & 1212)

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Survey of Chemistry I & II (CHEM 1151 & 1152)

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Comprehensive General Chemistry (CHEM 1310)

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Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 3401 & 3402)

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Introductory Physics 1 (PHYS 1111K)

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Introductory Physics II (PHYS 1112K)

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Principles of Physics I (PHYS 2211K)

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Principles of Physics II (PHYS 2212K)

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Human Anatomy and Physiology I (KINS 2531)

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Human Anatomy and Physiology II (KINS 2532)

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Composition I & II (ENGL 1101 & 1102)

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World Literature I (ENGL 2111)

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World Literature II (ENGL 2112)

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World History II: Emergence of Modern Global Community (HIST 1112)

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U.S. A Comprehensive Survey (HIST 2110)

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American Government (POLS 1101)

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Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 2010)

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Peer Tutoring with Campus Partners

The Engineering Learning Center (ELC) serves as a place where students can get free tutoring from their peers for several challenging engineering courses. It is also a place to study, meet other engineering students, meet faculty, meet for study groups and build long-lasting friendships. Visit our website here.

The Department of Enterprise Systems and Analytics is offering free virtual tutoring for CISM students. Sessions will be offered as follows: Mondays- CISM 2530 & 3131, Wednesdays- CISM 3135, 3333, and 4237. Fridays BUSA 3131 and 3132. All sessions will be from 9:00 am -2:00 pm. To contact a tutor, please use the following link here.

The Geology and Geography Department has free tutoring for students taking introductory geology courses: GEOL 1121 lecture and lab & GEOL 1340 lecture and lab. These appointments will be hosted virtually through Zoom. Please contact the department for more information by calling 912-478-5361.

The School of Accountancy offers free tutoring for Georgia Southern students in the following courses: ACCT 2101, 2102, 3131, and 3132. Please note that all tutoring will be through Zoom meetings. To schedule a meeting, please contact the tutors as follows for appointments during the below listed hours:

Jonathan Masty (jonathanmasty23@gmail.com)
– M/W 11am-1pm
-TR 1pm-3pm
-F 12pm-2pm

Wesley Hawkins (wh02392@georgiasouthern.edu)
-M 12:30pm-2:00pm
-T 3pm-5pm

Need further assistance? Please contact the School of Accountancy at 912-478-2228.

The Science & Mathematics Academic Resource & Tutorial (SMART) Center offers free tutoring to the Armstrong campus by student tutors in Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, General and Organic Chemistry, Physics, Statistics, and Mathematics. In-person tutoring sessions are available on a drop-in basis (Science Center room 132). Appointments for virtual tutoring can be made through the EAB Navigate system. More information can be found at the SMART Center website.

The Department of Mathematical Sciences MASTER lab tutoring center offers free tutoring core Mathematics and Statistics courses.  Appointments for in-person and virtual tutoring should be made through the EAB Navigate system. More information can be found on our website.

Student-Athlete Services has free tutoring available for Georgia Southern student-athletes through virtual platforms in Fall 2020. A limited number of in-person appointments are also available. Social distancing and masks will be required during these sessions. While tutoring is provided for a variety of courses, tutoring is not available in every subject area. Student-Athlete Services offers tutoring in core Math, Science, Humanities, and select Psychology and Sociology courses. To request an appointment, please reach out to your Athletic Academic Advisor

Virtual tutoring will be hosted via Google Meet. Prior to attending a tutoring session, participants will be provided with a link to join each tutoring session from the TRiO Armstrong staff.

The University Writing Center has free tutoring available for all Georgia Southern students both in-person and through our online platform. Visit the Writing Center webpage here for details. In-person appointments are available on both campuses on a drop-in basis. The Writing Center works with writing projects from all courses at all levels as well as application essays, posters, and other academic genres.

Last updated: 8/16/2022