AATC Chemistry

Summer session tutoring for math, chemistry, and physics begins on Monday June 24. The AATC tutoring space in Shields Library is being renovated this summer. All drop-in tutoring is temporarily located in Shields 167 on the southwest side of the first floor.

AATC will be closed June 19 and 20 with staff working remotely on June 17, 18, and 21. Please email aatc-frontdesk@ucdavis.edu or call 530-754-7745.

CHE1V, CHE 2, 8, and 118

AATC Tutors and Specialists provide support for students enrolled in pre-chem, general, and organic chemistry during fall, winter, spring, and summer sessions. 

You have options.

Individual appointments are scheduled on OASIS Scheduler and meet on Zoom.
Drop-in tutoring is held in-person and no appointment is necessary. You will be seated at tables with other students in your class with tutors rotating around the space to answer questions.

Drop-in tutoring takes place in the lower level of Shields Library. Workshops, Co-Classes, and Content Reviews meet weekly to go over the content from lecture and give an opportunity to practice and ask questions. Content Reviews are led by experienced undergraduate students and Workshops are led by professional staff Specialists.

The AATC drop-in tutoring area of Shields Library is being renovated during summer 2024 to bring you a quieter space with updated furniture. During the construction, drop-in will temporarily move to the first floor of Shields Library on the south side in classroom 167. Summer session tutoring begins on June 24, 2024.

Summer Session 1 2024 Drop-in Schedule

CourseMondayTuesdayWednesday
CHE 211 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM
CHE 811 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM
CHE 11811 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM11 AM - 2:45 PM

The Department of Chemistry also has rooms in the Sciences Lab Building (SLB) where TAs hold office hours. Check your class Canvas page for the hours and location.
The Student Services Librarians have assembled course guides for many undergraduate courses at UC Davis which include supplemental resources for students

Fall 2024 | CHE Co-classes and Workshops

Students do not need to attend the entire session in order to participate and are encouraged to join at any time during the session or during the quarter.

Support ForTitle and InformationDays/TimesLocationLed By
Co-class for CHE 1 and 1V
(WLD991)
Enroll on Schedule Builder using CRN: 49583 or complete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrolling.MWF 10 - 10:50 AMBainer 1128Jade
Co-class for CHE 1 and 1V
(WLD991)
Enroll on Schedule Builder using CRN: 49584 or complete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrolling.MWF 1:10 - 2 PMGeidt 1007Jade
Co-class for CHE 2A
(WLD951)
Enroll on Schedule Builder using CRN: 49581 or complete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrolling.TR 9 - 10:20 AMDutton 3216Mariya
Co-class for CHE 2A
(WLD951)
Enroll on Schedule Builder using CRN: 49582 or complete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrolling.MWF 3:10 - 4 PMDutton 3216Jade
CHE 8A/8BSpecialist Office HoursTBDTBDEdna
CHE 118A Workshopcomplete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrollingTBDZoomEdna
CHE 118C Workshopcomplete the registration form (available September 16) to be added to Canvas without enrollingTBDDutton 3216Mariya

Academic Department Listings of Tutors for Hire

Some Academic Departments on campus maintain lists of tutors that students can hire. AATC has no affiliation with these listings and does not endorse or vet these tutors. Please carefully consider the following before contacting a private tutor

  • Read any disclaimers on the department listing
  • Agree on a price in writing
  • Talk about what success will look like for you
  • Ask how the tutor is qualified
  • For safety, meet the tutor in a public place

Ready to look for a private tutor to hire? Listings for the Department of: ChemistryMathematicsPhysicsStatistics

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Other Campus Resources for Students

Not sure where on campus to go for something?
Student Affairs has a great Where to Get Help guide.

Looking for help overall with your classes not just a specific subject?
The Office of Educational Opportunity and Enrichment Services (OEOES) offers Success Coaching and Learning Strategies support services.