STEM Tutoring


The STEM tutoring service provides support for students enrolled in Math, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Engineering, Kinesiology, Computer Science, Psychology, Economics, Neuroscience and Statistics-based courses at Temple.

Tutors meet one-on-one with students in these courses to help them understand scientific and mathematical concepts, practice solving problems, and review course content. Tutors also work with students to help them develop effective habits for studying and reviewing for major exams.

Below is a list of courses that we offer tutoring in. Courses that are offered during all hours that the center is open are listed in bold. Courses not listed in bold are offered on a somewhat more limited basis. To find out when appointments are available for these courses, log in to our appointment system, and use the "filter" feature to search by course. To inquire about when walk-in tutoring hours are available for these courses, use the same filter and visit the center during hours when tutors in your course are listed, or call us at 215-204-8466.

ANTH 0825: Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

BA 2104: Excel for Business Applications

BIOL 0848: DNA Friend or Foe?
BIOL 1011: General Biology I
BIOL 1012: General Biology II
BIOL 1111: Introduction to Biology I
BIOL 2112: Introduction to Biology II


CIS 1057: Computer Programming in C
CIS 1068: Program Design and Abstraction
CIS 2166: Math Concepts in Computing II
CIS 2168: Data Structures

CHEM 1021: Introduction to Chemistry I
CHEM 1022: Introduction to Chemistry II
CHEM 1027: Applications of Chemistry
CHEM 1031/1951: General Chemistry I
CHEM 1032/1952: General Chemistry II
CHEM 1035: Chemistry for Engineers
CHEM 2021/2921: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 2022/2922: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 3301: Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 3302: Physical Chemistry II
CHEM 4401: Biochemistry I

CIS 1166: Math Concepts in Computing I

ECE 2112: Electrical Devices and Systems I
ECE 2332: Principles of Electric Circuits 

EDUC 1017: Algebra for Educators

ECON 0858: The American Economy
ECON 1001: Introduction to the Economy
ECON 1101/1901: Macroeconomic Principles
ECON 1102/1902: Microeconomic Principles

ECON 3501: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
ECON 3502: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis

ENGR 2331: Engineering Statics
ENGR 2332: Engineering Dynamics
ENGR 2333: Mechanics of Solids
ENGR 2196: Technical Communication
ENGR 3571: Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics

EPBI 2219: Biostatistics and Public Health

FIN 0822: Investing for the Future

KINS 1221: Intro to Anatomy and Physiology I
KINS 1222: Intro to Anatomy and Physiology II
KINS 1223: Anatomy and Physiology I
KINS 1224: Anatomy and Physiology II

MATH 0701: Elementary Algebra
MATH 0702: Intermediate Algebra
MATH 1013: Elements of Statistics
MATH 1015: Intro to Numbers & Figures
MATH 1021: College Algebra
MATH 1022: Precalculus
MATH 1041/1941: Calculus I
MATH 1042/1942: Calculus II
MATH 2043/2943: Calculus III

MATH 2101: Linear Algebra
MATH 2111: Basic Concepts of Math
MATH 3041: Differential Equations

MIS 0855: Data Science

NSCI 1051: Fundamentals of Neuroscience

PHYS 0872: The Science of Sound
PHYS 1021: Introduction to General Physics I
PHYS 1022: Introduction to General Physics II
PHYS 1061/1961: Elementary Classical Physics I
PHYS 1062/1962: Elementary Classical Physics II
PHYS 2021/2921: General Physics I
PHYS 2022/2922: General Physics II

PHYS 2101: Classical Mechanics
PHYS 2502: Mathematical Physics

POLS 0825: Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

PSY 0825: Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
PSY 1001: Intro to Psychology
PSY 1003: Statistics for Psychology

SCTC 1501: STEM Challenges - The World Around Us

SOC 0825: Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
SOC 1167: Social Statistics


STAT 1001: Quantitative Methods for Business I
STAT 1002: Quantitative Methods for Business II
STAT 2103/2903: Statistical Business Analysis

STAT 2502: Intermediate Statistics
STAT 5001: Quantitative Methods for Business


If you do not see your course listed, you can visit the STEM Learning Lab in Tuttleman 100 during our operating hours and fill out a request for tutoring in that course. We may be able to accommodate your request, or refer you to alternate tutoring services on campus.


How to use the service

Make an appointment
  • Log-in to our appointment system, and use the filter feature to show when appointments are available for your course. Then select an available time.
  • Sessions are either 25 or 50 minutes long
  • Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Walk-in
  • Come to Tuttleman 100 and check in at the reception desk
  • Sessions are 25 minutes long

Questions? Contact James Otwell.