Fact: College courses are difficult.
Solution: Get help from a TAMUG Tutor. It's FREE!!

Tutoring is an academic program designed to guide undergraduate students on an individual or small group basis through difficult course concepts and common types of homework problems. TAMUG Tutors create an active learning environment for students, which helps students “learn how to learn.” Students can expect to receive assistance for their immediate needs and acquire the tools necessary to take charge of their future learning.

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Tutoring at TAMUG is offered:

  • for currently enrolled students

  • during the Fall, Spring, & Summer semesters
    NOTE: Summer subjects are limited

  • for FREE! (You'd be crazy not to try it!)

  • for Accounting, Chemistry, Math, Physics, & Statistics courses

  • by students that made an "A" in the course

  • on a first-come, first-served, walk-in basis, but appointments get first consideration
    (Appointments can be made on TutorTrac)

  • Sunday through Thursday
    NOTE: Tutoring may not be available for some classes every day. 

  • between the hours of 3:00 & 8:00 PM
    (Based on Tutor availability as scheduled on TutorTrac)

  • in assigned Atlantic & Pacific Hall multi-purpose rooms
    (Locations on TutorTrac)

Spring 2014 Tutors


Isaac Johnston

CHEM 102

Spencer Hallaway

CHEM 107


Marissa Oldiges

CHEM 228

Kaitlyn Hoekstra

ACCT 230


Therese Skrzyniarz

MATH 102

Matthew McCollum

MATH 141

Steven Figueroa

MATH 142


Blake Sanchez

MATH 150


Allison White

MATH 151, 152, 161

Kyle Littman

PHYS 202, MATH 251, 308


David Zghaib

PHYS 218


Pearson Smith

PHYS 208

Mark Kachelmyer

MARE 207