Science Tutoring Lab

Science courses are supported by Connected Tutors for Fall 2021 
Please see the Connected Tutoring page for more information

The Science Tutoring Lab offers free drop-in peer tutoring for HSU students enrolled in chemistry, physics, biolgy, botany, zoology and more.

The Science Tutoring Lab is a place to study chemistry, physics, biology, and other science classes. Tutors are available for algebra, trig/pre-calc, calculus, intro stats classes, and a whole lot more.  Students can come to study individually or in groups - no appointment necessary.

How to Use the Online Science Tutoring Lab

  • Have your textbook, notes, and other materials with you when you click in.
  • Find your class on the appropriate scheduele and click on a tutor's zoom URL to meet with them.
  • Your tutor will ask for your HSU username.
  • Let your tutor know if you have limited wifi bandwidth; you can still get help with audio and screen sharing.
  • If you have any trouble connecting with a tutor, visit our main page to talk to reception staff.
  • Thank you for sharing your feedback as we work to refine our online service!


Free drop-in tutoring for these subjects:

  • BIOL 102      Human Biology
  • BIO 104        General Biology
  • BIO 105        Principles of Biology
  • BIO 330        Principles of Ecology
  • BIO 340        Genetics
  • BOT 105       General Botany
  • CHEM 107    Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • CHEM 109    General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 110    General Chemistry II
  • CHEM 228    Brief Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 324    Organic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 325    Organic Chemistry II
  • PHYX 106     College Physics: Mechanics & Heat
  • PHYX 107     College Physics: Electromagnetism & Modern Physics
  • PHYX 109     General Physics A
  • PHYX 210     General Physics B
  • PHYX 211     General Physics C
  • ZOOL 110     Introductory Zoology


If you don't see the course you need, check with our General Lab to see if there's a tutor who can work with you.


Science Lab Tutoring


What to know

  • Don’t wait. Students who begin tutoring at the beginning of the semester tend to fare better than students who wait.
  • Come prepared: Bring your notes and text. Read the text and attempt the assignment before the session. When possible, bring questions. Better prepared students will get more out of their sessions.

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Science Lab Tutoring