FREE Tutoring – Armstrong campus
Location: Science Center 132-134
The Science and Mathematics Academic Resource & Tutorial Center offers free tutoring to the Armstrong campus by student tutors in Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, General and Organic Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, and Mathematics.
No appointment is necessary.
Fall semester hours of operation are:
Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Sunday 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Click on your class below to see who can help.
- Quantitative Skills and Reasoning (MATH 1001)
- College Algebra (MATH 1111)
- Pre-Calculus (MATH 1113)
- Calculus I (MATH 1441)
- Introductions to Statistics (STAT 2231)
- Principles of Biology I/II (BIOL 1107/1108)
- Anatomy and Physiology I (BIOL 2081)
- Anatomy and Physiology II (2082)
- Principles of Chemistry I (CHEM 1211)
- Principles of Chemistry II (CHEM 1212)
- Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 3401)
- Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 3402)
- Introductory Physics I/II (PHYS 1111K/1112K)
- Principles of Physics I/II (PHYS 2211K/2212K)
- Programming Principles I (CSCI 1301)
- Programming Principles II (CSCI 1302)
Windward Commons tutoring hours:
Monday – Thursday 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
The SMART Center is sending tutors to the students. Math and science tutoring will be offered in the evenings in the West Classroom of Windward Commons. Students that do not live in Windward Commons will need to show their Eagle ID at the front desk to gain entry.
Many of our student tutors are comfortable with material from upper level classes not listed above. If you do not see your class listed, feel free to come in and ask our tutors if they might be able to help.
The SMART Center maintains a large collection of Anatomy and Physiology models, microscopes and slides and also Organic Chemistry models that will be available for students to get a hands-on approach to their studies.
We are now offering a Calculator Checkout Program where students and faculty can borrow calculators to use in their science classes.
- Use the card swipe system to sign in each time you visit the SMART Center.
- Be sure to read the material assigned by your instructor carefully and make an attempt to do the work before requesting tutoring assistance.
- Understand that we may not be able to help you immediately upon your arrival, but we will assist you as quickly as possible.
- Bring your textbook, notes, and syllabus with you to the SMART Center to help your tutor determine how your instructor is approaching the material.
Note: You do not need an appointment to use the SMART Center.
Click here These are tutors that work in our center and wish to earn some extra money in their spare time. Arrangements should be made with the tutors directly and meetings should take place somewhere safe, away from the SMART Center.
Science Center 132-134
Matt Brown, Director
Science and Mathematics Academic Resource & Tutor Center
College of Science and Mathematics
Armstrong State University
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Last updated: 8/16/2018