Office Hours and Tutoring Schedule

The Learning Strategies Center provides FREE tutoring to ALL Cornell undergraduate students.
This is where you’ll find information on LSC Office Hours and Peer Tutoring.

Self-enroll in Canvas
for tutoring in Biology
For information/help email Barbara Oh
Self-enroll in Canvas
for tutoring in STATS
For information/help email Brendan Caseria
Self-enroll in Canvas
for office hours and tutoring in CHEM 2080
For information/help email Brandon Bogusz
Self-enroll in Canvas
for tutoring in MATH 1110
For information/help email Brendan Caseria
To access office hours and tutoring in CHEM 1570
please email Jane Walcott
For information/help in MATH 1120,
please email Mark Jauquet
To access office hours and tutoring in CHEM 3580
please email Jane Walcott
For information/help in MATH 2210,
please email Mark Jauquet
Self-enroll in Canvas
for  office hours and tutoring in ECON 1110
For information/help email Albert Alexander
Self-enroll in Canvas
for tutoring in MATH 1106
For information/help email Brendan Caseria
Self-enroll in Canvas
for office hours and tutoring in ECON 1120
For information/help email Albert Alexander
Self-enroll in Canvas
for tutoring in ITL 1202/1401, FREN 1220/1230, SPAN 1220/1230, JAPAN 1102/2202, RUSSA 1104/1122/1126/1132/2204, GERST 1210/1220/1230/2000, KOREA 1102/2202
For information/help email Barbara Oh
Self-enroll in Canvas
for office hours and tutoring in PHYS 1101, 1102, 1112, 2207, 2213, 2214, and more
For information/help email Jim Baker
Self-enroll in Canvas for practical business tutoring in  FINANCE & ACCOUNTING  classes in Dyson and the Hotel School
For information/help email Jen Bokaer-Smith

The LSC is planning to offer limited 30-minute in-person peer tutoring appointments for students who are cleared to be on campus. For more information, please email lsctutoring@cornell.edu and let us know which class you’d like help in. In person tutoring will begin on 2/16/21.

Schedule in time to meet with a tutor!

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:

For useful information, go to the Cornell COVID-19 updates page covid.cornell.edu

The Learning Strategies Center is committed to ensuring access for all students.
Please email us if you have any questions or concerns about accessing our services.  

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