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Tutoring Services

Academic Support Services

 

Accounting: The Accounting lab is located in Murrah Annex 122 and is staffed by graduate assistants.  Contact Dr. Kim Burke (601-974-1280) for information.

Biology: The Biology honorary, Beta Beta Beta, provides a free tutoring service for students in the introductory biology classes.  Students needing help are encouraged to call or e-mail individual tutors.  Lab assistants in each class are also available for extra help when needed. Contact Dr. Deborah Mann (601-974-1415) or your biology professor.

Chemistry: Student tutoring may be arranged by contacting any chemistry professor or department chair Dr. Kristina Stensaas (601-974-1402).

Classical Studies: The Classical Studies Department will arrange student tutoring as needed.  Contact department chair Dr. Holly Sypniewski (601-974-1299).

Computer Science: There are assistants in the computer labs for both CSCI 1010 and CSCI 1020.  Contact department chair Dr. Donald Schwartz (601-974-1368).

Geology: The Geology Department arranges tutors upon request.  See your geology professor.

Mathematics:  The Math Lab meets MW from 7 - 8:30 p.m. and TTh 4 - 5:30 p.m. in room SH368.  Contact Professor Tracy Sullivan (974-1364) regarding the math lab.  Contact Dr. Mark Lynch (601-974-1362) for the list of student tutors. 

Modern Languages: The Department of Modern Languages provides free tutoring on Sunday nights for the Basic and Intermediate levels of French and Spanish. Tutoring is held in the Language Lab, Murrah Hall Annex 301; French 6 - 7:30 p.m. and Spanish 6 - 9 p.m. Contact department chair Dr. Claudine Chadeyras (601-974-1319) for special arrangements.

Music: The Music Department offers tutoring by individual professors in the department.

Physics: Student tutors are available in Sullivan Harrell 104 before 4:00 p.m.; in Sullivan Harrell 368 after 6:00 p.m.  A schedule is posted each semester.  Contact Dr. Asif Khandker (601-974-1349) or Dr. Shadow Robinson (601-974-1348) for additional information. 

Psychology: Tutoring is available for the Experimental Psychology and Statistics course both semesters, every year.  The student tutor holds regular hours in the department and will also schedule private tutoring as needed.  Contact department chair Dr. Kurt Thaw (601-974-1380).

Religious Studies: The Department of Religious Studies arranges tutors upon request.  See your RS professor. 

Writing Center: The Writing Center is located in John Stone Hall.  It is staffed by professional staff members as well as student writing tutors. Writing Center hours are Sunday - 7-10 p.m., Monday - Thursday, 3-6 and 7-10 p.m. Student writing tutors are also available for the following hours in the Library:  Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday 7-10 p.m. Coordinator of the Writing Center is Dr. Anita DeRouen (601-974-1296).

Peer Support: There are many peer study groups both within particular classes/majors and within particular groups such as fraternities or athletic teams.  Study with your friends - you will learn more yourself by helping someone else!