Courses Available for Tutoring: Fall 2016
(Note: updated regularly and subject to change due to tutor availability)
The following is a list of courses for which we have trained content tutors and writing tutors.
- Content tutors have taken and successfully completed the course they are tutoring.
- They have been recommended to tutor the course by a faculty member in the department.
- They have completed training with the Learning Center staff.
- Such training focuses on effective tutoring practices and strategies for tutoring in their content area.
- Writing tutors have taken and successfully completed ENG 390: Theories and Practices of Writing Tutoring.
- ENG 390 focuses on tutoring practices and strategies that provide writing guidance in any discipline.
- They can help with structure and style, but they can also help with grammar.
- If you just want to talk about a writing assignment or brainstorm, please make an appointment or come to a Writing Lab.
We do our best to find qualified tutors for all of the following courses. However, there are times when we may be unable to provide a qualified tutor for some of these courses. If one of these courses is not available, please make a request at the front desk.
- ACC 201 - Introduction to Financial Accounting
- ACC 202 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting
- ACC 301 - Intermediate Accounting I
- ANT 104 - Great Archaological Discoveries
- BIO 101 - General Biology I
- BIO 102 - General Biology II
- CHE 101 - General Chemistry
- CHE 111 - Fundamental Principles of Chemistry I
- CHE 112 - Fundamental Principles of Chemistry II
- CHE 240 - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
- CHE 241 - Organic Chemistry I
- CHE 242 - Organic Chemistry II
Communication Disorders and Sciences
- CDS 211 - Elementary American Sign Language I
- CDS 212 - Elementary American Sign Language II
- CDS 342 - Introduction to Phonetics
- CDS 343 - Speech/Hearing Mechanism
- CSC 121 - Introduction to Computing and the Web
- ECO 101 - Principles of Economics
- ECO 110 - Introduction to Microeconomics
- ECO 111 - Introduction to Macroenomics
- ECO 260 - Business Statistics I
- ECO 362 - Business Statistics II
- ENG 100 - College Writing I
- ENG 101 - College Writing II
- ENG 122 - Grammar and Punctuation
- ENG 130 - Topics in English
- ENG 160 - Introduction to Poetry
- ENG 163 - Introduction to Film and Literature
- ENG 164 - Introduction to Shakespeare
- ENG 196 - Fundamentals of Literary Study II
- ENG 271 - Latina/o Literature in the U.S.
- ENG 297 - Fundamentals of English Language Arts
- ENT 320 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- FIN 355 - Principles of Finance
- GEL 101 - Physical Geology
Human Development and Family Relations
- HDF 261 - Introduction to Human Services
- ITA 111 - Elementary Italian I
Language and Linguistics
- LIN 221 - General Linguistics
- MAT 101 - Elementary College Mathematics
- MAT 102 - Precalculus
- MAT 104 - Trigonometry
- MAT 110 - Modern Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers
- MAT 113 - Fundamental Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
- MAT 131 - Quantitative Reasoning in Basic Math
- MAT 133 - Mathematics in Context
- MAT 161 - Introductory Statistics
- MAT 202 - Linear Algebra I
- MAT 221 - Calculus for the Life, Management & Social Sciences I
- MAT 224 - Calculus I
- MAT 225 - Calculus II
- PHY 103 - Physics for Life Sciences I
- PHY 104 - Physics for Life Sciences II
- PSY 101 - General Psychology
- PSY 206 - Psychological Statistics
- PSY 311 - Survey of Human Development
- PSY 361 - Social Psychology
- SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
- SPA 111 - Elementary Spanish I
- SPA 112 - Elementary Spanish II
- SPA 151 - Spanish for Professions: Business, Nursing, Tourism
- Writing tutors are available to help students with writing assignments at any stage in the writing process for any course.
- Please note that writing tutors will not provide assistance with take-home exams.
Claude J. Clark Learning Center at SUNY Plattsburgh
Feinberg Library, Room 103 (First Floor)
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, New York 12901
Phone: (518) 564-6138
Fax: (518) 564-6140