Weather Advisory for Wednesday, January 17, 2018
The National Weather Service has predicted inclement weather, which may range from a light snow dusting to the worst-case scenario of rain and an inch of snow beginning at 7 a.m. and ending around Noon. According to the Orangeburg Office of Emergency Management, road conditions are expected to be safe. The weather condition is not expected to impede the regular operations of the University. Please exercise caution while driving to the University. We encourage you to stay tuned to local news for updates on the weather conditions.
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Freshman Tutoring Program

Everyone needs help at some point. We are here to help.

Tutoring Options

The Freshman College provides tutoring to all undergraduate first year students. There is no charge for our services.

Individual and group tutoring sessions are available in the Bowen Hall Freshman Computer Laboratory beginning the first week of classes each semester. Whether you need help with study skills or course content (see a list of courses we tutor), our peer tutors will be glad to assist.

Scheduled by Appointment

Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm. 
Freshman College in Bowen Hall, or call us at (803) 535-5282.

Drop Ins

Tutors welcome walk-in tutorial services Monday-Thursday from 6pm-9pm.

Courses we tutor

  • African American Heritage
  • Biology
  • Chemistry 101
  • General Chemistry 121& 122
  • Calculus I & II
  • Computer Science
  • Math 111 & 112
  • Math 200
  • Politics & Justice Studies 201 & 202
  • Sociology 201
  • Spanish 101 & 102
  • Additional Assistance with Time Management and Study Skills

Writing Center

Need help writing a paper or help in English 101 & 102? Visit the Writing Center located in the Grace Thomas Kennedy (GTK) building. The Writing Center is available to assist in writing in all disciplines.

Freshman College Computer Laboratory

Hours of Operation
8 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday

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