We know that physics is tough...but so are you! We want our students to succeed, so there are several resources to get additional help outside of the classroom.
Most of the following resources are FREE to students, so use them!
Most of our first year introductory courses (2010, 2020, 2210/3210, 2220/3220) have tutoring labs located in JFB 209. Several days a week, a student can walk in to get help in the course they are taking. These labs are staffed by student TAs who give one on one help in course topics.
Schedules vary by course, so check the current schedule posted on Canvas, your class page, or outside of JFB 209.
PDF version of this list available here.
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The University of Utah, Department of Physics and Astronomy makes this web space available solely for the convenience of tutors and clients who are members of the U of U community. The University acts only as a clearinghouse and does not screen either the tutors or clients. The University of Utah also makes no representations as to the qualifications of the students or as to the nature of the clients. Tutors are not employees or agents of the University of Utah. Tutors and clients who use this service acknowledge that the University of Utah is not responsible for, and will be held harmless against, any injury, loss, other damage, or results arising from or related in any manner to the clients' and tutors' use of this posting web service. The clients should do their own due diligence in selecting which tutor(s) are best able to help them (i.e. ask for references, transcripts, etc. The list is updated each semester.
The Department of Math offers free drop-in tutoring for Math 990 and math classes at the 1000 and 2000 level, as well as Math 3070-3080, 3140, 3150, 3160. The tutoring center is located in room 155 of the T. Benny Rushing Mathematics Center (adjacent to the LCB and JWB. Map here). To let the tutors know that you need help, simply put up one of the flags. If you find that you'd prefer more personalized attention than our tutoring center can give, pick up a private tutor list from the math department office (233 JWB).
Learn more at the Department of Math's Tutoring Center website.
We are here to help you become a more confident writer by providing individual consultations with peer tutors. We would like to be your writing resource from your freshman classes through graduate school. We work on papers from all disciplines - not just writing classes. Best of all, the Writing Center is a FREE service to students at the University of Utah. We want to help you develop strategies to make you a better writer and help you to see your potential as an academic author.
The Marriott Library Writing Center is located on the 2nd floor in room 2701.
Find current hours and other information on the University Writing Center's website.
You can also get help with physics (and many other subjects such as chemistry and anatomy through the University of Utah's eTutoring platform. In addition, you can also get help in the eTutoring Writing Lab, where you can submit writing assignments from any course and receive feedback from a trained writing tutor within 48 hours.
Learn more at the University of Utah's eTutoring website and see how this resource can help you with your coursework.
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