A Guide to Finding Study Resources Around Campus

Right around the corner is spring break and unfortunately you know what that means… midterms. However, let this semester be different and leave the fear behind with the help of the University of Utah’s numerous free study resources on campus. The David Eccles Business School has the Business Tutoring Center for business specific classes, and the university in general offers resources from the University Writing Center and Math Tutoring Center.

Business Tutoring Center

The Business Tutoring Center (BTC) is located on the first floor of Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB) in rooms 1173 and 1175, next to the Undergraduate Lounge. They offer help in majority of the BCOR classes plus others. If you don’t find the class that you need help with on the schedule, you can fill out a form to request help in that class! Find both the form and the schedule for the tutor on their website here.

University Writing Center

Housed on the second floor of the Marriott Library in room 2701, staffed by graduate and doctorate students, you can get help with any writing assignment you have. You can bring your work to the writing center in all different phases of completion, which means help is available throughout the whole process, from brainstorming to proofreading your final draft. Meet with a writing tutor in 3 different ways: in-person, online, or asynchronous. Don’t stress anymore by taking advantage of this free resource to help plan and execute your next paper. To make an appointment and view their hours check their website here.

Math Tutoring Center

The University of Utah’s math tutoring center is completely free for students to use. Tutoring is offered for math courses all the way up to Math 3222. They offer help in Business Calc, Business Algebra, plus Calc 1 and 2 for those majoring in QAMO. When using the Math Tutoring Center, you start by working on your assignments alone, once you get stuck or have a question, wave a flag that corresponds to your math class and a tutor will walk over to help! There are three ways to access tutoring, the main Math Center in President’s Circle, the FASB Satellite location, and online. To find the schedule and hours for these locations visit here.

Take advantage of these free resources located on campus to help you prep for your next exam!

Shannon Yanes is a junior studying Marketing with minors in Information Systems and Business Analytics at the David Eccles School of Business. She is currently an intern for Marketing + Communications at the Eccles School and a Campus Ambassador for the University of Utah.

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