
Who can help me with my course material?
Material: 
Contact: 
CHM 111, 222, 223, 224 
My instructor, the master tutors for my course, the lab writing master tutor. 
CHM 118 
My instructor, the lab writing master tutor. 
CSC 103, 111 
My instructor, the QS Counselor. 
ECO 150, 153, 250, 253 
My instructor, the master tutors. 
ECO 220 
My instructor, the master tutor, the stats TA’s, the Stats TA's, the Statistics Counselor. 
ECO 240 
My instructor, the master tutor, the Statistics Counselor. 
EGR 100, 110, 220, 270, 290, 363, 374, 375, 320 
My instructor, the master tutor attached to my course. 
ESS 175 
My instructor, the QS Counselor, the Qtutors. 
GOV 190 
My instructor, the Social Science masetr tutor, the Stats TA’s, the Statistics Counselor. 
MTH 101 
My instructor, the QS Counselor, the Q tutors. 
MTH 102, 111, 112, 114 
My instructor, the Math TA’s, the QS Counselor. 
MTH 153, 211, 212 
My instructor, the Math TA's, some Qtutors. 
MTH 107, 190, 241, 245, 246, 247 
My instructor, the Stats TA’s, the Statistics Counselor. 
MTH 225 
My instructor. 
PHY 115, 117, 118 , 210 
My instructor, the master tutors for my course, the QS Counselor, my lab instructor, some Qtutors. 
PSY 190, 290 
My instructor, the Social Science master tutor, the stats TA’s, the Statistics Counselor. 
SOC 201, 202 
My instructor, the Social Science master tutor, the stats TA’s, the Statistics Counselor. 
Senior Project  Finding Data 
The reference librarians. 
Senior Project  Analyzing Data 
The Statistics Counselor, the Statistics Consultant, my advisor. 
Excel, Spreadsheets 
QS Counselor, Q Tutors, SSQ Tutors, stats TA’s. 
SPSS, Stata 
My instructor, the stats TA’s, the Social Science Qtutors, the Statistics Counselor. 
Graphing lines 
My instructor, the master tutors for my course (if they exist), the QS Counselor, the Qtutors, and/or the math TA’s. 
Logarithms and Exponents 
My instructor, the master tutors for my course (if they exist), the QS Counselor, the Qtutors, and/or the math TA’s. 
Trigonometry 
My instructor, the master tutors for my course (if they exist), the QS Counselor, the Qtutors, and/or the math TA’s. 
Arithmetic: adding fractions, computing percentages, ratios, fractions to decimals, etc. 
The QS Counselor and the Qtutors. 
Algebra: solving a linear equation for one variable, solving two linear equations simultaneously, rules of exponents, logarithms, trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA), etc. 
The QS Counselor and the Qtutors. 
Functions, their graphs, their equations, their properties: linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, trignonometric, etc. 
The QS Counselor and the Qtutors. 
Calculus: I’m not in a math course, but I’m taking a course that uses it. 
My instructor, the QS Counselor, the master tutors for my course. 
Calculus: I’m in a math course and I need to review a topic from a math course I had before. 
My instructor, the QS Counselor, the Math TA’s. 
Now that I know whom I should see, where do I find them?
Your instructor has office hours – this is the best way to contact and obtain help from them. Your instructor may also be available for appointments.
The Spinelli Center is located at the north end (overpass to Wright Hall) of Level 2 of Neilson Library and our email is qlctutor@smith.edu. See the following for times and locations of tutoring services (some tutors hold hours in other buildings):
Support for math and statistics courses provided by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics:
The reference librarians can be found at the reference desk on Level 1 of Neilson Library or at the reference desk in Young Science Library.
