Don't hesitate to ask for help when you need it.

The Military and Veteran Resources Center (MVRC) provides tutoring for your assistance.

The MVRC (Snell 150) currently provides tutoring on subjects including Math, English, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, and more courses for your assistance.

Your Tutors:

This term three of our student veterans will be here at the MVRC to provide your tutoring support.  Our tutors are here to provide you the assistance that you need, or to assist you in connecting to the right place if it is outside of their expertise. Please check out the schedule for times that are available.

There are several programs at OSU that provide an opportunity for you to receive additional educational assistance outside the classroom at no cost to you and with no specific program eligibility.

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program provided by the ASC that offers peer-led, group study tables for challenging courses. SI provides you with extra time outside of class to study in a comfortable, small-group setting.At study tables, you can ask questions, work with peers to answer questions and solve problems, and engage in structured activities that promote learning.

The MLC offers free drop-in tutoring, make-up testing, and a mathematics education resource room.

The Mole Hole is a chemistry tutorial service. Get help on your toughest chemistry questions.

Support for General Biochemistry courses (35x/45x). Check the schedule.

The Collaborative Learning Center has been transformed into the Undergrad Research and Writing Studio. The Studio provides one-stop assistance on all things related to the research and writing process.

The Vole Hole offers general biology support and tutoring for students.

General support for physics courses. Check out the TA Schedule.  

Questions? (541) 737-4631

There are programs at OSU that do have specific program requirements and you will need to verify your eligibility.

The LSAMP program at Oregon State University is dedicated to increasing the number of traditionally underrepresented students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) baccalaureate degree programs. LSAMP also works to increase the number of students interested in and qualified for undergraduate research and graduate level studies.

The TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) and STEM Student Support Services programs at Oregon State University provide opportunities for academic growth and development, assist students with basic college requirements and serve to motivate students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education.  One of the services offered to TRio participants is tutoring in some of the most common subjects including:

  • Math
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physics

Visit the TRiO Student Support Service page to see if you are eligible.

Online Tutoring

Currently enrolled Ecampus students may use NetTutor. (ONID login required.)

NetTutor is a leading provider of free online tutoring and learner support services fully staffed by experienced, trained and monitored tutors. You can connect to live tutors from any computer that has Internet access. NetTutor provides a virtual whiteboard that allows tutors and students to work on problems in a real time environment. You can also access an online writing lab where tutors critique and return essays within 48 hours.

NetTutor login

Please follow these steps to access your free online tutoring.

  • Enable pop-ups in your web browser.
  • Log in to Canvas.
  • Select your course.
  • Click on NetTutor in the side navigation bar.

If NetTutor is not available, currently enrolled students may use the Ecampus NetTutor Start page to select a course and receive a link to NetTutor. (ONID login required.)

VA tutorial assistance may also be available to help you pay for tutoring necessary to advance your education.

This is a supplement to your regular education benefit. Tutorial assistance is available if you are receiving VA educational assistance at the half-time or greater rate and have a deficiency in a subject, making tutoring necessary.

All of the following criteria must be met for a student to be eligible for tutorial assistance:

  • The student must be in a postsecondary program half time or more. For the Post-9/11 GI Bill, rate of pursuit must be at least 50 percent.
  • The student must have a deficiency in a course that is part of his or her approved program.
  • The student must be enrolled in the course during the quarter, semester, or term in which the tutoring is received for the course. Tutoring may not occur between quarters or semesters.
The student, tutor, and certifying official must complete VA Form 22-1990t, Application and Enrollment Certification for Individualized Tutorial Assistance. The application may be submitted at the end of each month or combination of months. The application must be signed and dated on or after the date of the last tutoring session certified.