Tutoring Services

*Tutoring times may change the final 2 weeks of each semester to allow tutors study time for finals.

American Federal Government

Tutoring is available for walk-ins.

Location: SH 315

Hours: Wednesday and Thursday  2 pm-5 pm

Blackboard Help

Help for students needing to complete Blackboard based assignments. Faculty are available to help students with a variety of assignments: create blogs, Wikis, or journals, set-up and use IM, participate in group projects, etc.

Location: 6th floor of the Webb Building; every office

Hours: Monday - Friday  8 am-5 pm

Cappi Wadley Reading and Technology Center

Online tutoring for grammar and punctuation, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, physics, biology, and chemistry. Rosetta Stone is available for students in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and English. GRE and MAT test preparation available also. Walk-ins welcome, appointments available: 918-444-3313.

Location: 3rd floor of Bagley Hall

Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am-5 pm

Communication / Speech Lab

Tutoring available by appointment only. Walk-ins are assisted if not busy, or are asked to schedule an appointment. Open during Spring and Fall semesters only. Closed Finals week. *Journalism Building is not ADA compliant*

Location: Journalism Building, on the south stairwell by the first main hallway.

Hours: Monday: 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Tuesday: 8:00 am-9:00 am and Noon-6:00 pm; Wednesday: 10:00 am-1:00 pm and 3:00 pm-5:00 pm; Thursday: 8:00-11:00 am and noon-6:00; Friday: 9:00-5:00

Computer Science

Tutoring available as walk-in or by appointment. There are 3 labs available for tutoring. If a tutor is not in one lab, look to see if they have stepped into another lab to assist students.

Location: Webb 207

Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 9 am-11 am

Location: Webb 307

Hours: Monday/Friday 2 pm-5 pm; Tuesday/Thursday 1 pm-5 pm; Wednesday 3 pm-5 pm

Location: Webb 329

Hours: Monday 11 am-12 pm and 1 pm-5 pm; Tuesday 9 am-11 am and 1 pm-5 pm; Wednesday 1 pm-2 pm and 3 pm-5 pm; Thursday 9 am-12:30 pm and 1 pm-5 pm; Friday 1 pm-5 pm

Computer Science BA Campus

Information coming Spring 2015.


Tutoring is available in all 6 survey classes: American History 1492-1876, American History Since 1876, Early Western Civilization, Modern Western Civilization, Early World Civilizations, and Modern World Civilizations. Please contact the History department for tutor information: 918-444-3519.

Math Tutoring Lab

A quiet place to work on math homework or receive tutoring. Tutoring is available on a walk in basis, but appointments may be made for longer sessions. Tutoring available in a variety of math courses.

Location: Science Building 264

Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 am - 8:30 pm

*Additional math tutoring starting Sept. 3, 2014

Location: Library 211

Hours: Wednesday/Thursday 5:00 pm-7:00 pm; Sunday 4:00 pm-10:00 pm

Math Tutoring - Broken Arrow

Location: BAED 138

Hours: Monday/Wednesday 4:15 pm-5:15 pm; Tuesday Noon-4:00 pm; Thursday 11:30 am-3:30 pm

Reading Center

The Reading Center also functions as a classroom. Please contact the tutors in the Writing Center about reading tutoring: 918-444-3622.

Location: Seminary Hall 136

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SmarThinking/ Online Tutoring

SmarThinking is the premier provider of research based, research proven online tutoring to help increase student achievement, boost retention, and enhance learning. Tutors are educators with an average of 9 years teaching or tutoring experience, and many of them are faculty members, graduate students, and retired educators. 90% have a doctorate or master’s degree and participate in the SmarThinking training program. SmarThinking is committed to providing personalized learning solutions that improve success and retention for all students. Go to http://smarthinking.com/explore/about-our-tutors/ to see tutor profiles and learn about tutor certification.

Tutoring assistance can be provided in real time, by appointment, or through submissions. SmarThinking is a tutoring tool that is available when face-to-face sessions are not possible, students are enrolled through distance learning, or on-campus tutoring options and times are not feasible.

SmarThinking offers tutoring assistance in a variety of subjects: Basic Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Writing, General Chemistry, Physics, Accounting, Statistics, Bi-lingual Math, Economics, Introduction to Human anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Spanish, Organic Chemistry, Introductory Finance, Math beyond Calculus 2, and Advanced Statistics. Tutoring is also available in the following Nursing categories: Medical Surgery, Core Plans, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Assisting, Medical Terminology, Allied Health Anatomy and Physiology, and Allied Health Pharmacology.

To access SmarThinking, go to Blackboard and click on the SmarThinking link under Student Resources.


TRIO provides academic tutoring, counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and direct support services for students. Eligibility for students to use TRIO services is based on certain criteria. To find out if you qualify, call 918-444-3035.

Location: South entrance of Haskell Hall 

Hours: Monday - Friday  8 am-5 pm

Writing Center

Tutoring available by appointment or walk-in. To make an appointment, please call the Writing Center to schedule in advance 918-444-3622.

Location: Seminary Hall 135

Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm; Friday 9:00 am - Noon.


Tutoring available from Student Assistants and Faculty. Stop by during posted times for tutoring sessions.

Student Assistant to Spanish Faculty, Fabio Arcelay is available:

  • MWF 10-11 in Span 226, Prof. Spradlin's office
  • MWF 11-11:30 in Span 225, Dr. Camero's office
  • MWF 11:30-12 in Span 341, Prof. Green-Nagle's office

Writing Center Tutor, Johnathan Crabtree is available:

In the Writing Center, Seminary Hall 135

  • M  9-12, 1-3
  • W  9-1, 2-3
In the John Vaughn Library at the Citation Station on the 1st floor near the Atrium:
  • M  3-6
  • T   3-6
  • W  3-4
  • Th 3-6

Writing Center - Broken Arrow

Walk-ins welcome, but appointments are encouraged. To ensure that a tutor is available to assist you, please call the Writing Center to schedule in advance, 918-449-6060 or 918-449-6519.

Location: BALB 226

Hours: Monday -Thursday 11:00 am - 5:30 pm; Friday 11:00 am-2:00pm

Online tutoring https://nsuok.mywconline.com Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Library Tutoring

Walk-ins available. To schedule an appointment go to librarytutor.nsuok.edu.

Writing Tutoring

Location: The Citation Station on the 1st floor

Hours: Monday, December 1st 3-10
Tuesday, December 2nd 3-10
Thursday, December 4th 3-9
Monday, December 8th 9-5
Tuesday, December 9th 9-5
Thursday, December 11th 1-5

Math Tutoring

Location: Lib 211

Hours: Wednesday, December 3rd 5-7pm
Thursday, December 4th 5-7pm
Sunday, December 7th 4-10pm
Tuesday, December 9th 5-7pm (in Curr Mats)
Wednesday, December 10th 5-7pm

Biology Tutoring

Sessions by walk-in or appointment.

Location: SC 162

Hours: Wednesday 4 pm-5 pm; Thursday 4 pm-6 pm; Friday 2 pm-5 pm

Chemistry Tutoring

Sessions by walk-in or appointment.

Location: SC 147

Hours: Monday/Wednesday 8 am-9 am; Tuesday 8 am-9 am and 1:30 pm-3:30 pm; Friday 1 pm-4 pm

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PASS stands for Peer Assisted Study Sessions. A student, usually upperclassman, will attend the lecture for one of the four courses and then lead the study sessions for that course. The goal is to help students better understand the lectures and textbooks to help them be more successful in the course.

General Physical Science/Physics

All GPS tutoring for Fall 2014 is PASS tutoring.

Location: SC 146

Hours: Tuesday 9 am-11 am; Wednesday 2 pm-3 pm; Thursday 2 pm-3 pm

Evolution and Diversity

All E&D tutoring for Fall 2014 is PASS tutoring.

Location:SC 323

Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 11 am-12 pm

Location: SC 146 

Hours: Monday 3 pm-4 pm; Tuesday 2 pm-3 pm; Wednesday 4 pm-5 pm; Thursday 8 am-10 am

Location: SC  LL56

Hours: Thursday 11 am-1 pm


All biology tutoring at the following times is PASS tutoring.

Location:SC  LL56

Hours:Monday/Wednesday/Thursday  6 pm-8 pm

Location: SC 162

Hours: Tuesday 4 pm-7 pm; Thursday 1 pm-3 pm

Chemistry I

All chemistry tutoring at the following times is PASS tutoring.

Location: SC 145

Hours: Monday 6 pm-7 pm; Wednesday 3 pm-4 pm and 5 pm-6 pm

Location: SC 162

Hours:Monday 6 pm-8 pm; Wednesday 6 pm-7 pm; Thursday 8 am-9 am

Location: SC 317

Hours: Tuesday 11 am-12 pm

Location: SC 146

Hours: Friday 2 pm-3 pm

Science Tutoring BA Campus

Tutoring available for Bio Chemistry, General Biology and Chemistry, Cell Genetics, and Organic Chemistry. Walk-ins welcome.

Location: BASC 151


Time  Subject 
 Monday  10 am-Noon  Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry
 Tuesday  8:30 am-11 am  Biology, Chemistry
 2 pm-4 pm  Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry
 4 pm-6 pm Cellular Genetics, Organic Chemistry I, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry
 Wednesday  8:30 am-11 am Biology, Chemistry     

 1 pm-4 pm

 Cellular Genetics, Organic Chemistry I, Biology, Chemistry
 Thursday  2 pm-4 pm  Cellular Genetics, Organic Chemistry I, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry
 4 pm-5 pm  Biochemistry
 Friday  8:30 am-2 pm  Biology, Chemistry
 4 pm-6 pm  Biochemistry, Chemistry

Quantitative Methods

Online tutoring only. Access SmarThinking through Blackboard.


Online tutoring only. Access SmarThinking through Blackboard.


Online tutoring only. Access SmarThinking through Blackboard.

ISDC Tutoring

Offers a variety of tutoring for all students. Walk-in appointments welcome, or to schedule an appointment, call 918-444-3042.

Location: 2nd floor of the John Vaughn Library

Hours: Student Tutor - Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday Noon-6 pm; Friday Noon-2 pm

Dr. Jackson (College of Business and Technology): Thursday 11 am-2 pm

Dr. Green (College of Education): Tuesday 2 pm-5 pm

Dr. Hallman (College of Liberal Arts): Wednesday 9 am-Noon

Dr. Fisher (College of Science and Health Professions): Tuesday 2 pm-5 pm

The Indigenous Scholar Development Center (ISDC) is an Indigenous learning community created to support academic success among Native American students.

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