Quick Tutoring Help

For your convenience, we have compiled a list of additional academic resources that will help you be successful in your classes.

Economics

The Department of Economics provides walk-in tutoring for students who are enrolled in the following:

  • Principles of Macroconomics (ECON 201)
  • Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 202)
  • Introductory Business Statistics (ECON 231)
  • Statistical Software Applications for Business (ECON 232)
  • Analysis of Economic Theory (ECON 800)

Department of Economics
Location: Clinton Hall 125
Phone: (316) 978-3220

Engineering

GEEKS is a free, drop-in tutoring and academic success center for engineering students. Their tutors are undergraduate engineering majors who provide academic support in about 80 engineering courses in subjects including AE, BME, CHEM, CS, EE, IME, MATH, ME, PHIL and PHYS.

GEEKS Tutoring & Academic Success Center
Location: Partnership 2 A132

Mathematics

The Math Lab is a free tutoring service for WSU students. The Lab is staffed by graduate students and exceptional undergraduate students studying mathematics and/or mathematics-related disciplines. In addition, numerous mathematics faculty members volunteer time in the Lab.

The Math Lab
Location: Jabara Hall 371
Phone: (316) 978-4628

Study Skills & Specific Course Tutoring

The Office of Student Success provides a wide range of resources regarding study tips and techniques. In addition, the Shocker Learning Center provides a wide-range of services, including Supplemental Instruction (SI), Tutoring, Peer Success Coaching, Strengthening Connections and Study Skills Workshops.

Shocker Learning Center
Location: Lindquist Hall 107

Test Anxiety

Counseling and Prevention Services offers a variety of services, including assistance for test anxiety, procrastination, self-structuring and organization. In addition, Testing Services offers make-up exams, distance exams, national testing and more. Take advantage of the various testing services offered at the university.

Counseling and Prevention Services & Testing Services
Location: Grace Wilkie 320
Phone: (316) 978-3440

Writing

The Writing Center is a free writing resource available to all WSU students. Trained undergraduate tutors from a variety of majors will help you at any stage of your writing - from brainstorming to later stage work and revisions. Also available are graduates of the B.A. program and graduate-level tutors, many of whom are working toward their M.A. in English or M.F.A. in Creative Writing.

Writing Center
Location: Lindquist Hall 601
Phone: (316) 978-3173

TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services provides several academic support services to help qualified students to persist and graduate from Wichita State University. Some of the services include, but not limited to, individualized tutoring, success skill development, course planning and advising. Students must be part of the program in order to receive services.

TRIO Student Support Services
Location: Grace Wilkie Hall 309
Phone: (316) 978-3715

TRIO Disability Support Services

TRIO Disability Support Services assists undergraduate students who have learning, physical and psychological disabilities. Among the services they provide are academic support and tutoring, access to adaptive computer equipment and other services that enables students to persist and graduate from Wichita State University.

TRIO Disability Support Services
Location: Grace Wilkie Annex 158
Phone: (316) 978-5949

Disability Services

Disability Services provides individuals with learning, mental or physical disabilities an equal opportunity to attain their academic and personal goals to the fullest of their abilities. From note-taking assistance to auxiliary aids, they provide students, staff, faculty and guests an assortment of accessibility services.

Disability Services
Location: Grace Wilkie 203
Phone: (316) 978-3309
Videophone: (316) 854-3032

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an international program developed to assist students with learning material in traditionally difficult classes. It is a series of weekly review sessions for students taking certain courses. SI sessions are led by a student who has previously succeeded in the course and focus on collaborative and active learning.