Saint Louis University

Tutoring is available in many of the foundation level courses. No matter your major, tutoring represents required courses for all schools and colleges.

If you do not see the course for which you would like tutoring, please complete the following form so that we may continuously assess the needs of SLU students.

Tutoring Courses by School or College

  • College of Arts & Sciences
    • Biology 1040, 1060, 3020, 3040
    • Chemistry 1050, 1083, 1483, 1110, 1120, 1130, 1140, 2410, 2420, 2430, 2440
    • Communication Science & Disorders (various courses)
    • Computer Science 1060, 1300
    • Earth and Atmospheric Science 1070
    • Economics 1900, 3120, 3140
    • History 1110, 1120, 2600, 2610
    • Math Courses Listed Below
    • Modern & Foreign Languages (including Spanish, French, and Russian) Listed Below
    • Philosophy 1050 and 2050
    • Physics 1220, 1240, 1310, 1330, 1610, 1630
    • Psychology 1010
    • Sociology 1100, 1200
    • Statistics 1100
    • Theology 1000 
  • College of Education and Public Service
    • Economics 1900
    • History 1110, 1120, 2600, 2610
    • Math Courses Listed Below
    • Philosophy 1050
    • Psychology 1010
    • Sociology 1100, 1200
    • Theology 1000
  • Doisy College of Health Sciences
    • Anatomy 1000
    • Biology 1040, 1060, 1100
    • Chemistry 1083, 1483, 1110, 1120, 2410, 2420
    • Exercise Physiology MAT/DPT 3230
    • Human Physiology 2540
    • Math Courses Listed Below
    • Occupational Therapy courses (email msulli64@slu.du to inquire about courses and a tutor)
    • Physical Therapy courses (email msulli64@slu.edu to inquire about courses and a tutor)
    • Physics 1220, 1240
    • Philosophy 1050, 2050
    • Psychology 1010
    • Statistics 1100
    • Theology 1000
  • John Cook School of Business
    • Accounting 2200, 2220
    • Decision Science 2070
    • Economics 1900, 3120, 3140
    • Finance 3010
    • History 1110, 1120
    • Math Courses Listed Below
    • Philosophy 1050, 2050
    • Psychology 1010
    • Theology 1000
  • Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology
    • Chemistry 1083, 1110, 1120, 2410, 2420
    • Computer Science 1060, 1300
    • Earth and Atmospheric Science 1070
    • Engineering Sciences 2100, 2300, 3100, 3200
    • Math Courses Listed Below
    • Philosophy 1050, 2050
    • Physics 1310, 1610, 1630
    • Theology 1000
  • School of Nursing
    • Chemistry 1083
    • Human Physiology 2540
    • Nursing 1430
    • Nursing 3330
    • Nursing 3360
    • Nursing 3200
    • Nursing 3430
    • Nursing 3460
    • Nursing 3470
    • Nursing 3480
    • Nursing 3490
    • Philosophy 1050, 2050
    • Statistics 1100
    • Theology 1000
  • School of Public Health
    • Biology 1040, 1060
    • Health Management and Policy 1300
    • History 1110, 1120
    • Math Course Listed Below
    • Philosophy 1050, 2050
    • Public Health 2100, 2300, 3100, 3200
    • Theology 1000
  • Math Courses
    • Math 0240
    • Math 2060
    • Math 1200
    • Math 1220
    • Math 1300
    • Math 1320
    • Math 1660
    • Math 1400
    • Math 1510
    • Math 1520
    • Math 2530
    • Math 2660
    • Math 3120
    • Math 3550
    • Math 3270
  • Foreign Languages
    • Fren 1010
    • Fren 1020
    • Fren 2010
    • Fren 3010
    • Fren 3020
    • Fren 4010
    • Russ 1010
    • Russ 1020
    • Russ 2010
    • Span 1010
    • Span 1020
    • Span 2010
    • Span 3010
    • Span 3020
    • Span 3030
    • Span 3040
    • Span 4160
    • Span 4200

Summer Tutoring
Tutoring is offered for a select number of summer classes. Unless otherwise noted, you may sign-up for a tutoring appointment through SLU Appointments.

  • Anatomy 4000 (through small group tutoring, email msulli64@slu.edu for more information)
  • Chemistry 1110, 1120, 2410, 2420
  • Economics 1900, 3120, 3140
  • Math (levels 120-244)
  • Nursing 3330
  • Nursing 3360
  • Physical Therapy 4021 (through small group tutoring, email msulli64@slu.edu for more information)
  • Physics 1310, 1330

 

How do we select which courses offer tutoring?

The courses are carefully selected based on:

  •  Historical Difficulty of Course
    • Grades of previously enrolled students
    • Number of student withdrawals
  • Student Response
    • Frequency by which students previously attended tutoring
    • Responses on surveys

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