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Academic Support Resources

Math Lab

Kellogg Library Room 1109
Free drop-in tutoring for registered students

The Following course are supported by the Math Lab tutors:

  1. Math 10, 20, 30
  2. Math 100, 115, 125, 132, 160, 162
  3. Math 200, 210, 212, 303, 304, 311
  4. ELM and Standard Test preparation
  5. All Early Start Math courses (ESM)

STEM Center

Academic Hall (ACD), Room 202

The center supports College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics students by providing study space, peer tutors, workshops, and academic & career information.

Courses Tutored:

  1. Biology 210, 211, 215
  2. Chemistry 150, 201, 202, 250
  3. Computer Science 111, 211, 231, 311
  4. Math 260, 270, 350, 374
  5. Physics 201, 202, 203, 205, 206

Supplemental Instruction  

A peer-led study group designed to help students succeed in academically demanding courses.

Generally, we offer support for the following courses:

  1. Biology 210, 215 and 351
  2. Chemistry 201 and 202
  3. Math 125 and 160
  4. Physics 205 and 206
  5. Psychology 360

Psychology Academic Resource Laboratory (PARL)

SBSB 1206 & SBSB 3125

PARL is a resource for all undergraduate students in psychology and the social sciences. The purpose of the PARL is to provide academic support for enhancing quantitative, computing, writing, biological, and research methodology skills that are essential to psychology.

Writing Center

Kellogg 1103

The Writing Center offers one-on-one tutoring sessions for all students.  They can work on any paper for any class at CSUSM. They can also work on scholarship essays, personal statements, cover letters, and other types of writing.


Academic and Career Resources

Undergraduate Academic Advising

Craven Hall 1300

Provides academic advising to  undergraduate students with majors and/or minors in the College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences (CHABSS) and the College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (CSTEM).

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Career Center

Craven Hall 1400

The CSUSM Career Center offers you an array of services designed to help you find the job you want after college. Whether you need help with choosing a major/career, writing a resume, finding a job/internship and/or negotiating your salary.

Additional Support Resources

Disablity Support Services

Craven Hall in Suite 4300

Ensures that programs of the California State University San Marcos are fully accessible to students with disabilities as they are for any student.

Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS)

They provide quality medical care that allows students to perform optimally, physically, and mentally; and to enhance their academic and intellectual potential.