Business Tutoring

We offer tutoring to help you succeed in your introductory business courses. For business courses not listed, check your course syllabus or contact faculty during office hours.

GAs Location Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Daniel Behles PwC 11:00 a - 12:30 p;
3:30 p - 4:30 p
11:00 a - 2:00 p 10:00 a - 11:30 a
Yanjun Guo PwC 10:00 a - 12:00 p 10:00 a - 11:00 a;
2:00 p - 4:00 p
10:00 a - 12:00 p
Daniel Kozlak PwC 10:00 a - 2:00 p
(alternate)
1:00 p - 4:00 p 10:00 a - 2:00 p
(alternate)
Alex Perez PwC 12:00 p - 3:00 p 2:00 p - 4:30 p 11:30 a - 1:30 p

SI Leaders

ACCY 207 TA/GA: Jose Olvera
ACCESS SI Leader: Disha Shah
Review Session:
Location: BH110
Times:
Wednesday 5:00 p – 7:00 p
Friday: 1:00 p - 4:00 p
Core Classes (330, 340, and 350) - all tutoring is conducted in the Atrium*
Joe Marco Matt
Monday
10:00 a - 11:00 a
12:15 p - 5:00 p
1:00 p - 5:00 p
 
1:00 p - 5:00 p
Tuesday
11:00 a - 12:30 p
2:00 p - 5:00 p
11:00 a - 3:00 p
2:00 p - 5:00 p
Wednesday
10:00 a - 11:00 a
 
1:00 p - 5:00 p
 
1:00 p - 5:00 p
 
Thursday
11:00 a - 12:30 p
2:00 p - 5:00 p
11:00 a - 3:00 p
2:00 p - 5:00 p
Friday
10:00 a - 3:00 p
9:00 a - 3:00 p
FINA 320 - all tutoring is conducted in the Atrium*
Allison Marco Shelby
Monday
9:30 a - 12:30 p
2:15 p - 3:15 p
5:00 p - 6:00 p
1:00 p - 5:00 p
1:00 p - 5:00 p
 
Tuesday
9:30 a - 12:30 p
11:00 a - 3:00 p
12:30 p - 4:30 p
Wednesday
9:30 a - 12:30 p
2:15 p - 3:15 p
5:00 p - 6:00 p
1:00 p - 5:00 p
1:00 p - 5:00 p
 
Thursday
9:30 a - 12:30 p
11:00 a - 3:00 p
12:30 p - 4:30 p
Friday
9:00 a - 12:30 p
10:00 a - 2:00 p

* - Subject to change based on other events.

Management Conference Room - BH 245 - Tuesday, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

BH 110 - Monday, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

OMIS Conference Room - BH 338

Tuesday & Thursday, 10:15 am to 12:15 am and 1 pm to 4 pm

Tips From Our Students

Attend every class and complete every assignment with attention to detail. Jot notes on the formula sheet when studying, then transfer your notes from your head to your exam formula sheet the moment that you receive your exam. If you don't understand the concept behind the calculation, you are more than likely to get confused during the exam. If you think a concept is too rare to be part of the exam, you are wrong, and you should know it.

- Brett (UBUS 223)