Campus Resources Spring 2013 (Updated as information is available)
There are many campus resources available to UMSL students. The information below is obtained from individual departments and in most cases is noted on the syllabi of department courses. This information is made available here to connect students to as many services on campus as possible and to give them every opportunity for success. Additional resources may be added when available.
Accounting- Accounting Resource Lab, 489 SSB Tutoring for Accounting is a service provided free of charge to Accounting students enrolled in Acct 2400 and Acct 2410. Upper division students may use the lab as a study space and use the study materials provided by the Accounting faculty for them. The lab is staffed by students in the Graduate Accounting program.
Accounting Resource Lab Hours for Spring 2013. (Jan 28th to May 10th--lab is closed during Spring Break)
Mondays 9:00a-1:00p, 3:30p-8:00p
Teaching Assistants are available in some Anthropology courses and their contact information is noted on the course syllabus. Please contact the Teaching Assistant or the instructor with questions or concerns.
Students should contact their instructor.
Students enrolled in Biology courses may visit the Science and Technology Academic Center (STAC) in 125 Stadler Hall.
Spring 2013 Fee Reassessment
Chemistry Tutoring Lab Schedule for Spring 2012, Benton 207A
Supplemental Instruction is available for:
Chem 1111 Intro Chemistry I
The SI Leader and contact information is noted on the course syllabus or students may contact their instructor.
Communication - All online Communication courses have Graduate Teaching Assistants. Their contact information is noted on the course syllabus. Students may contact their instructor with questions or concerns.
Computer Science - Students interested in finding a tutor for a Computer Science course should contact Kimberly Stanger at 314-516-5743 in the Math/CS department.
Computer Science Lab-316 ESH, Tutor Schedule, for CS1250, 2250 and 2260
Counseling Services-131 MSC, 314-516-5711
How Do I Know If I Need Counseling?
Online Screening for Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety
Criminology & Criminal Justice - Some CCJ courses have Graduate Teaching Assistants and their contact information is noted on the syllabus. Students may also contact their instructor with questions or concerns.
Economics - Economics Resource Center, 452 SSB, 314-516-4634 - In most instances this is staffed by graduate students in Economics. The Resource Center is primarily for 1XXX level Econ courses.
English - Students enrolled in Literature courses should contact their instructor with questions or concerns.
1st Year Writing at UMSL - First-Year Writing Coaches will be in the Writing Center (222 SSB) multiple times throughout the day to help students with assignments in Engl 1100. These coaches will be similar to SI Leaders but they will not be tied to a specific section of Engl 1100. Students can check with their instructor or the Writing Center for more information.
Writing Academic Center - located in 222 SSB.
Receive feedback on your writing online with NetTutor. Simply go to your UMSL MyGateway course site, click on Tools, and select NetTutor to log in.
Finance - Students enrolled in Finance courses should consult with their instructor for questions or concerns.
All Foreign Language tutoring is in 555 Clark. Tutoring in Latin and Arabic is by request only. Tutoring on Friday is by request only. Please contact Jim Karslake at 314-516-6240.
Fall 2012 Schedule for the Foreign Language Resource Center
Geology-Students enrolled in Geology courses should consult with their instructor for assistance.
History - Some History courses have Graduate Teaching Assistants and their contact information is noted on the syllabus. Students may contact the Graduate Teaching Assistant, if available or the instructor with questions or concerns.
There is tutoring available for History 1002 (online section) by appointment with Shannon Flecke and for History 2999 (8a-9:50a section) with Joshua Grogan.
Information Systems Lab - Spring 2013 Tutoring for IS 1800 and IS 2800
Instructional Computing Lab Hours- hours, locations and policies
Instructional Computing Short Courses - The Instructional Computing Labs are offering free one hour introductory classes on several computing topics. The classes are designed to help people become familiar and comfortable with these basic technology skills, as they are needed for class work, homework, projects: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, File Management, Adobe Photoshop, Web Page Building, and more.
Libraries-hours and locations
Logistics & Operations Management-(LOM)-tutoring is available at no cost to students for LOM 3300 Business Statistics in 213 ESH.
LOM 3300 Business Stats Tutoring (Spring 2013)
Mondays 9:00a - 2:00p 213 ESH
Wednesdays 12:00n-5:00p 213 ESH
Spring 2013 Hours for LOM 3320 tutoring:
Management & Organizational Behavior-(MOB)
Students in need of a tutor for any course in the Management area and willing to pay for a tutor, may contact Dr. James Breaugh. (218 CCB, 314-516-6287, email@example.com)
Marketing - Students enrolled in Marketing courses should consult with their instructors with questions or concerns.
Mathematics-Students interested in finding a tutor for a Math course should contact Kimberly Stanger at 314-516-5743. in the Math/CS department.
Math Academic Center Hours of Operation - 222 SSB - The Math Lab can assist students in Math courses through Calculus III.
Math Technology & Learning Center Hours of Operation-050 University Center-This Center is designed to assist students specifically in College Algebra, Trig and Basic Calculus.
Media Studies - Students enrolled in Media Studies courses should consult with their instructor for assistance.
Music - Students enrolled in Music courses should consult with their instructor for assistance.
Online Testing Center - North Campus, 75 J. C. Penney; South Campus, 107 South Campus Computing Building
Philosophy - Graduate Teaching Assistants are available in some classes and their contact information will be noted on the syllabus. Students may also contact their instructor with questions or concerns.
There are 2 Graduate Teaching Assistants available for tutoring in all levels of Philosophy in the Math & English Academic Center, 222 SSB at the following times:
Monday, 10am-1pm, Kevin Lepore
Tuesday, 10am-1pm, Kevin Lepore 1:00pm-5:30pm, Krista Wiley
Wednesday, 12:30pm-6pm, Krista Wiley
Thursday, 12:30pm-4:30pm, Kevin Lepore
Physics - Physics students may visit the new Science & Technology Academic Center in 125 Stadler Hall.
Political Science - Teaching Assistants are available for Pol Sci 1100 Intro American Politics, and Pol Sci 2000 Political Analysis. The names and contact information for those Teaching Assistants is posted in MyGateway.
Psychology - Tutoring is available for 1003 Gen Psych, 2201 Psych Stats and 2219 Research Methods in the Science & Technology Academic Center in 125 Stadler Hall.
Mon: 9:00a-10:30a; 1:30p-4:00p
Tue: 9:00a-10:30a; 4:00p-5:00p
Wed: 9:00a-12:30a; 1:00p-3:00p
Thur: 9:00a-10:30a; 1:00p-4:00p
Semester Calendar - Spring 2013
Final Exam Schedule - Spring 2013
Supplemental Instruction is a voluntary academic assistance program that uses peer-led group study to help students succeed. SI group study sessions are facilitated by SI Leaders, who are peer students who have previously completed the course and demonstrated competency. Each week the SI Leader will hold study sessions on campus during which students can clarify lecture notes, review textbook readings and discuss key course concepts. SI also provides an opportunity for students to develop effective study skills, including time management and organization skills. Each student enrolled in a SI supported course will find in their MyGateway account, "siLearn(with Course Title)", where students can find extra help and 24/7 access to their SI Leader.
Courses with Supplemental Instruction for Spring 2013:
The SI Leader's name and contact information can be found on the course syllabus or by contacting the instructor for the course.
Theatre/Dance - Students enrolled in Theatre/Dance courses should consult with their instructor for assistance.
UMSL Shuttle Bus Schedule
Writing Academic Center now located in 222 SSB.
Also, check out the on-line Writing Lab@UMSL on MyGateway!