The Math & Science Tutoring provides individual and group services to students enrolled in math, science, and applied science courses offered by SUNY Canton.
Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Math, Physical Therapy, Physics, Nursing, and Veterinary Science.
Tutoring is just one of the many resources offered. We welcome students to use our space to complete assignments, conduct group study sessions and meet with their professor(s) in a resource-rich environment that offers:
- Anatomical Models
- Microscopes and Slides
- Dissected Specimens
- Practice Practicum
- Computers, scanners, printer & WiFi
- Practice Sheets, Work Sheets & Handouts
- Textbook Collection
- Calculators (Scientific & Graphing)
What to Expect From Your Visit
We want to make sure you get the most out of each visit. Please bring your class notes and assignment(s) with which you would like assistance. No appointments are required and students are helped on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please ensure that you plan ahead so that you can get as much help as you need. Each time you come in, be sure to log in and let us know you are here. If you are there to use the space and other resources, please let us know if you need help locating anything.
Our services are FREE.
Connect with Us
Location: Southworth Library Learning Commons Room 127. Walk-ins welcome, appointments not required.
Email: email@example.com. Correspondance for general assistance and questions is available during open hours.
Online Students: If you are taking an online course with SUNY Canton and are not able to visit our physical location, we are still dedicated to providing you with support. Contact us via phone or email and request an on-line tutoring session.
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