Each semester, participating instructors can submit information for each of their students into their Canvas grade book indicating (Yes or No) whether each student is meeting current expectations for succeeding in the course.
The information provided by instructors in Canvas is collected and shared with students, academic advisors, and other student support staff. Staff members reach out to students who have received one or more reports of not yet meeting class expectations to inform them of campus resources that may help them turn their academic progress around.
Your first resource is your instructor! Please connect with them during office hours or via email.
- UNM Center for Academic and Program Support – Interactive animations, videos, and more.
- Butte College – Study tips for biology tests.
- The Biology Project – Problem sets and tutorials.
- Science Prof Online – Science education resource for students and teachers.
- ChemTube3D – Interactive 3D animations for some of the most important organic reactions covered during an undergraduate degree.
- Organic Chemistry Info – Introductory to advanced organic chemistry content.
- UNM Center for Academic and Program Support – Videos, equations, diagrams, and more.
- Master Organic Chemistry – Study advice.
- Science Prof Online – Science education resources for students and teachers.
- HowToStudy.org – Tips on studying and writing for economics.
- Studying Economics – Module options in economics.
- American Economic Association –Find information on career options in economics, graduate school options, and more.
- The Economist–Comprehensive economics glossary and relevant articles.
- Macroeconomics Student Resource Center – Help for students in macroeconomics.
- UNM Center for Academic and Program Support – Physics videos, tutorials, and more.
- HyperPhysics – Online tutorials on a wide range of topics, including modern physics and astronomy.
- WolframAlpha – Computational Knowledge Engine. Type in complex equations from homework, and see the steps to integrate, differentiate, and solve.
- Texas A&M Physics Department– Top study tips with examples.
- UNM Center for Academic and Program Support – Includes 36 resource links.
- HyperMath – Applied mathamatics examples and applications.
- Calculus.org – Resources for the calculus student.
- WikiHow – How to take derivatives in calculus.
- The Math Forum – Resources and Tools for all kinds of math classes.
- Exploring Multivaribale Calculus – Dynamic Visualuaization Tools for Multivaribale Calculus
- URI Math Department – Flash and Math Applets
- Merlot – Dozens of websites and applications for all math courses.
Tutoring is currently available at CSU for the following courses (fall 2023):