FREE departmental tutoring is available for all general and organic chemistry courses during every fall and spring semester (sorry no summer terms).
Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
CH002R, The Sciences Library Classroom located in the Chemistry building (except for the first week of the semester, final exam week, and the weeks of Thanksgiving and Spring Break).
Chemistry undergraduates who have successfully passed the courses
The table below also lists both graduate students and advanced undergraduates who are willing to tutor undergraduates in chemistry courses for pay. You may contact these tutors to make arrangements regarding when to meet and payment. Some tutors may be willing to tutor groups; if you have a study partner or group that would like to work with a tutor, we encourage you to ask about this possibility. We suggest an hourly rate of $15/hour for undergraduate tutors and $25/hour for graduate student tutors (although you can come to any pricing agreement with your tutor by negotiation). We do not set any pricing structure, but solely offer this interface for you to find tutors here.
If you have any problems or complaints about a tutor, please contact the Chemistry Undergraduate Office by email. Click here.
|Deyaa Abusalim||Graduate||C341, C342, R340, S342, S343email@example.com||Melissa Baker||Undergraduate||C117firstname.lastname@example.org||Kevin Bond||Graduate||A314, A316, C103, C117, C118, C344, C360, C361, C362, N330email@example.com||Brooke Brown||Graduate||C101, C102, C103, C318firstname.lastname@example.org||Lauren Buck||Undergraduate||C117, C341email@example.com||Gregory Bukowski||Graduate||C101, C103firstname.lastname@example.org||Joseph Burkhart||Staff||C100, C101, C102, C103, C117, C118, C121, C122, C317, C360, C361, C362, S117email@example.com||Jocelyn Gamler||Graduate||C100, C101, C103, C117, C118, C121, C320, C347, C432firstname.lastname@example.org||Seyyedamirhossein Hosseini||Graduate||C100, C101, C102, C103, C117, C118, C121, C122, C317, C360, C361, C362email@example.com||Janesh Karnati||Undergraduate||C100, C101, C102, C103, C118, C121, C122, C341, C342firstname.lastname@example.org||Roshan Lamichhane||Graduate||C100, C101, C102, C117, C121, C122, C127, C341, C343, S117, S343email@example.com||Josh Santana||Graduate||C100, C101, C102, C103, C117, C118, C121, C122, C127, S117firstname.lastname@example.org||Rush Scaggs||Graduate||C341, C342, S341, S342, S343email@example.com||Toya Scaggs||Graduate||C341, C344, S341firstname.lastname@example.org||Aulaire Schmitz||Staff||C341, C342, S341, S342email@example.com||Nicole Steinhardt||Undergraduate||C341, C342firstname.lastname@example.org||Jennifer Wong||Graduate||C383, C483, C484, C485, C487, C488email@example.com|
If you have any questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call 855-2700, or stop by the Undergraduate Office in Chemistry021.
What are these courses?
C100 – The World as Chemistry
C101 – Elementary Chemistry
C121 – Elementary Chemistry lab
C103 – Intro. to Chemical Principles
C117 – Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry 1
S117 – Honors Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry 1
C118 – Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry 2
C243 – Supplemental General Chemistry
A314 – Biological and Environmental Chem. Analysis
A315 – Chemical Measurements Laboratory
A316 – Bioanalytical Chemistry Lab
C318 – Spectrochem and Separations
N330 – Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry
R340 – Survey of Organic Chemistry
C341 – Organic Lecture 1
S341 – Honors Organic Lecture 1
C342 – Organic Lecture 2
S342 – Honors Organic Lecture 2
C343 – Organic Lab 1
S343 – Honors Organic Lab 1
C344 – Organic Lab 2
C360 – Intro to Physical Chemistry
C361 – Physical Chemistry of Bulk Matter
C362 – Physical Chemistry of Molecules
C430 – Inorganic Chemistry
C443 – Organic Spectroscopy
C460 – Nuclear Chemistry
C471 – Chemical Informatics
C483 – Biological Chemistry
C484 – Biomolecules and Catabolism
C485 – Biosyntdesis and Physiology
C481 – Physical Biochemistry