Tutors in chemistry are a finite resource, as the number of students who are qualified, available and willing to serve as tutors is very limited. Thus, one-on-one tutoring through the Office of Academic Advising must be reserved for students who are having the most difficulty. But we recognize that help outside of class is an important part of your study of organic chemistry, so the following resources are available to you:
- Faculty office hours: Your professors have office hours each week.
- Group tutoring sessions: Tutors are available two nights each week to answer your questions.
Before a request for an individual tutor can be considered, evidence of using each of these forms of outside help as well as well-below average performance on exams must be presented.