- Schedule a TC Appointment
- Departmental Tutoring and Lab Info
- 24/7 Online Tutoring @ Tutor.com
- Supplemental Instruction Info
- Tutor Training
- Writing Help Links
- Math Help Links
- Job Openings at the TC
- Conversation Central
- Biology/Chemistry Help Links
- Tutoring Central Guidelines
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Tutoring Central: Your Centralized Tutoring Information Center
Tutoring Central, or the "TC," now has two locations to better offer assistance to students. The first is located in the northeast corner of West Hall, across from Buddy's Cafeteria (find us), and the second is located in room W112 of the new Quad. Both locations offer UCO students one-on-one, scheduled tutoring in writing for all subjects and at all levels and lower-level math, biology, and chemistry.
The TC also supplies information concerning all tutoring services and academic support programs on campus and serves as home base for the UCO Supplemental Instruction Program and Conversation Central.
We can be reached by phone, 405-974-2487, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall and Spring Semester
One-to-One Tutoring Hours:
The TC English and Writing Lab
The TC English and Writing Lab is dedicated to helping students improve the quality of their academic writing in all university classes. Its tutors can help students improve their writing, organizational and vocabulary skills and build their overall confidence in their writing abilities.
TC Math Tutoring
Tutoring Central provides tutoring for students in mathematics classes up to and including College Algebra. Students needing assistance with math courses beyond College Algebra such as calculus, trigonometry etc. should seek help in the math lab in room 100 of the Math and Computer Science Building.
TC Science Tutoring
Tutoring Central provides interactive tutoring in both chemistry and biology. Chemistry courses include introductory chemistry, chemistry & society, general chemistry I and II. Biology students have the opportunity to be tutored in biology for non-majors, general biology I and II. The tutors work to make the subject material easier for students by showing the simplest method to understand the assignments or class notes.