Student Resources

button Tutor Request Click to fill out our Tutor Request form for academic help with one or more classes.

 

Additional Academic Support

The Student Learning Center provides tutoring in Writing, the Social Sciences, Economics, Math, Statistics, and other Sciences.

Various departments across campus host their own tutoring programs often led by graduate students within the discipline. Below are the department-based tutoring programs, course offerings, and links to additional information and scheduling details.

Astronomy: The TALC program is held in Room 264 of Evans Hall and Room 544 of Campbell Hall. Courses offered: Astro 7A, 10, C10, 160, 162.

Business Administration: The Haas School of Business offers one-on-one tutoring and study groups for all of the program’s core courses. Tutoring takes place in F371 is the Undergraduate Lounge in the BofA forum.

Economics: The economics department offers tutoring Econ 1, 2, 100A/B, 140, 141.

Engineering: the engineering offers tutoring in a variety of degree requirements and engineering specific courses including: Chem 1A, Chem 1B, CS61A, CS61B, CS61C, CS70, Engineering 7, 25, 26, 27, 45; Electrical Engineering 20, 40; Math 1A, 1B, 53, 54, Mechanical Engineering c30, 40, C85, 104, 106; MSE 102; Physics 7A, 7B, 7C, 105, 110A, 137A.

Music: Drop-in offered at particular days and times (see website for the most up to date information). Students may also make an appointment for a non-drop-in time by contacting musicianshiphelp@lists.berkeley.edu. Tutoring will take place in Room 21 Morrison Hall and covers the following courses: Music 20, 49B, 50, or 51.

The following departments offer paid tutoring.

Math:  Maintains a Tutor Referral List.

Physics: Refers students to the Residence Hall, maintains a list of private tutors, and mentions the SLC drop-in hours.

Spanish & Portuguese: Maintains a list of Tutors and Translators.

Statistics: Maintains a list of Tutors and refers students to the SLC.

 

Forms

The College of Letter and Science has a website of forms and petitions. Below are a couple of the favorites:
Petition for Late Schedule Change This is an exception petition to drop a class after the drop deadline.
Conditions to Declare a Major Student must fill out this petition and get it signed by their intended major advisor. The full description can be found on the L&S page.

Form to help with academic planning:  Term Schedule Planner.

 

DDP – Designated Degree Program

Designated Degree Program -DDP This is the Designated Degree Program form for student-athletes. All 3rd year student athletes must submit this form to: The Office of the Faculty Athletic Representative, 170 Chavez.