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Science Learning Center

The SLC at CSU-Pueblo is your Science Learning Center! We offer walk in tutoring support for Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses. Additionally, we offer group review sessions for many courses, as well as supplemental academic support, professional development, and volunteer opportunities. The SLC is located in the Life Science Building, Room 122. 

Fall 2019 SLC Tutor Staff


Courses Supported by the SLC

Biology Chemistry Physics
BIO 100, BIO 112, BIO 181, BIO 182, BIO 201, BIO 202, BIO 206, BIO 223, BIO 224, BIO 301, BIO 350, BIO 351, BIO 352, and select 400 level courses. CHEM 111, CHEM 121, CHEM 122, CHEM 150, CHEM 160, CHEM 211, CHEM 221, CHEM 301, CHEM 302, CHEM 311, CHEM 317, CHEM 321, and select 400 level courses. PHYS 201, PHYS 202, PHYS 221, PHYS 222


Why Utilize the Science Learning Center?

The SLC provides a robust hub of science student support at Colorado State University Pueblo. The SLC has on average 3,700 student visits a semester, and a student satisfaction rating of 4.86 (out of 5).The following table summarizes student performance from Fall 2017 in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses in which the SLC logged more than 50 visits.

In the following courses, students were broken into two cohorts: those that utilized the SLC for support, and those that did not use the SLC for support. Students who utilize the SLC for support in their science courses are statistically more likely to succeed in their courses.

Utilizing the SLC early in the semester and regularly increases the likelihood of students passing their classes. Hedge your bets and utilize support available!

How to Become an SLC Tutor

The SLC maintains a staff of 15-18 tutors to provide comprehensive tutoring support for students enrolled in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses.

Requirements for tutor eligibility are as follows:

  • Current CSU-Pueblo student majoring (preferred) or minoring in a scientific field
  • Completion of the General Chemistry sequence (CHEM 121 & 122) with an A or B
  • Availability to commit 6-10 hours/week towards working in the Science Learning Center while maintaining high performance in courses
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Desire to mentor other students.

New tutors are typically recruited and hired towards the end of the semester. For more information about tutoring, please stop by the Science Learning Center.


Contact Information:

Abby Davidson, Science Learning Center Director

Life Science 122
Phone: 719.549.2652

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