The Academic Learning Center offers free, appointment-based tutoring to
Texas A&M University-San Antonio students.
The Learning Center is made up of subject-area tutoring for Math and Sciences (including Statistics for most majors). Please call us at 210-784-1332 to see if the ALC offers tutoring for your course.
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How to Make an Appointment
Appointments can be made by:
- Logging in to JagWire and select EAB - Student Success Collaborative under the Student Services tab. Click here for directions.
- If you have issues scheduling an appointment through EAB-Student Success Collaborative, please give us a call at 210-784-1332.
Priority is granted to those students who have set up an appointment ahead of time: walk-in sessions are available depending on tutor availability. Students are limited to one hour of tutoring per day, three days per week.
Since Learning Guides are also students, their hours change on a semester by semester basis. Because of this, our hours vary by semester. Please come visit us in Modular C, Room 140 to learn more about our subject specific hours, or feel free to contact us at 210-784-1332.
Courses Tutored - Spring 2020
The following is an updated list of courses that are tutored at the Academic Learning Center.
|ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting||MATH 1351 – Fundamentals of Mathematics II|
|BIOL 1306 - General Biology I - Attributes of Living System||MATH 2312 – Pre-Calculus|
|BIOL 1307 - General Biology II-Biology of Organisms||MATH 2313 – Calculus I|
|BIOL 1308 - Introduction to Life Sciences I||MATH 2314 – Calculus II|
|BIOL 1309 - Introduction to Life Sciences II||MATH 3301 - Biostatistics|
|BIOL 2411- Genetics||MATH 3320 – Differential Equations|
|BIOL 3402 - Evolution||MATH 3325 – Introduction to Mathematical Proofs|
|BIOL 3407 - Ecology||MATH 3340 – Linear Algebra with Applications|
|CHEM 1311 - General Chemistry I||MATH 3350 - Probability and Statistics for Teachers|
|CHEM 1312 - General Chemistry II||MATH 3360 – Modern Geometry|
|CHEM 2323 - Organic Chemistry I||MATH 3370 - Discrete Mathematics|
|CRIM 3380 - Statistics for Criminology||MATH 3415 – Calculus III|
|CSCI 1336 - Programming Fundamentals I||MATH 4303 - Statistical Methods|
|CSCI 1337 - Programming Fundamentals II||MATH 4321 – Real Variables|
|CSCI 2336 - Programming Fundamentals III||MATH 4340 – Modern Algebra|
|MATH 0400 – PAC Math – 4 hr||MATH 4350 – Probability|
|MATH 0500 – PAC Math – 5 hr||MGMT 5337 – Managerial Business Statistics|
|MATH 1314 – College Algebra||PSYC 2388 – Psychological Research and Statistics I|
|MATH 1324 – Math for Business and Social Sciences I||PSYC 3488 - Psychological Research and Statistics II|
|MATH 1325 - Math for Business and Social Sciences II||PSYC 4388 - Psychological Research and Statistics III|
|MATH 1350 – Fundamentals of Mathematics I||SOCI 3330 - Statistics for Sociology|