The Learning Strategies Center provides free tutoring to all Cornell undergraduate students.
Click here for the Learning Strategies Center’s full tutoring schedule.
We also offer study skills tutoring
LSC study skills tutors facilitate workshops, visit classes, and offer drop-in study skills tutoring sessions throughout the semester. If you would like a study skills tutor to facilitate a session for your group or stop into a class you teach, contact us to set it up! For a schedule of the study skills workshops, drop-in hours, and events open to all Cornell students, visit our study skills workshops page.
Schedule in time to go to tutoring!
Many students find that LSC’s simple weekly planner is useful. It might help to color code the different types of activities you’ll be doing throughout the week: in-person classes, video lectures, on-line office hours, remote or in-person study group meetings, reading/studying on your own, breaks to chat with friends, etc.
Other ways to get support
Tutoring is one way to ask questions, but it is not the only one! You might also try:
- Attending your Instructor’s Office Hours
- Study Groups with your peers
- Supplemental Courses with the LSC
Last updated: 9/5/23
|Tutoring Schedule by Content Area (click the link for access)||Courses Supported by Tutoring|
|Biology||BioMG 1350 & BioG 1440 (limited support for BioMG 2800)|
|General Chemistry||Chem 2070 & Chem 2080|
|Organic Chemistry||Chem 3570, Chem 1560/1570, Chem 2510|
|Physics||Phys 1112/2213/2214, Phys 2207/2208|
|Economics||Econ 1110 & Econ 1120|
|Math 1106||Math 1106|
|Math 1110||Math 1110|
|Math 1120||Math 1120|
|Math 2210||Math 2210|
|Statistics||AEM 2100, BTRY 3010, HADM 2010, ILRST 2100, ILRST 2110, MATH 1710, NTRES 3130, PAM 2100, PAM 2101, PSYCH 2500, SOC 3010, STSCI 2100, STSCI 2110, STSCI 2150, STSCI 2200|
|Langauge||Various ASL, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish classes|
|Finance and Accounting||Introductory finance and accounting courses|
|Study Skills Workshops and Tutoring||Workshops and drop-in hours on strategies for studying, managing your time, and organizing your academic life.|