The College of Natural Resources is invested in helping our students achieve academic success, so we offer free tutoring services for courses offered in our college (FOR, NR, FW, SMT, ET, PRT, PSE, GIS, etc.). Tutors are carefully chosen to ensure that they mastered the content of courses that they choose to tutor. Please feel free to reach out to the CNR Academic Affairs Office if you have any questions or concerns.
If you would like to request a tutor, please do so here by clicking Request A Tutor and you should hear back within 3-4 business days. Note that, depending on the course, it may take time to identify and train a tutor, so please do not wait until the last minute (like right before a test) to request one. Also, although the tutoring program is intended for courses offered by CNR faculty, if you request a course offered outside of CNR, we will do our best to find a suitable tutor.
The University Tutorial Center also has assistance for writing and speaking (which is open to undergraduate and graduate students) both by appointment and as a drop-in service:
Tutoring for Courses Outside of CNR
We also encourage you to check out other tutoring opportunities, especially for introductory courses in chemistry, physics, and math; please refer to the following links on the University Tutorial Center website:
As well as these departmental resources:
- Chemistry: https://chemistrytutorialcenter.wordpress.ncsu.edu/
- Physics: https://physicstutorialcenter.wordpress.ncsu.edu/
- Math: https://math.sciences.ncsu.edu/undergraduate/courses-faq/math-multimedia-center/
Drop-in Tutoring Pilot Program
The CNR Academic Affairs Office is launching a pilot program for a drop-in tutoring service. This drop-in program is intended to give CNR students easy and regular access to a tutor that can assist them in a select group of courses.
What classes are covered?
For the Fall 2019 semester, we have a tutor who can assist with the following courses:
- Math courses up to MA 242
- Chemistry (CH 101, 201, & 220)
- Physics I (PY 205 & 211)
- GIS 280
When and where is the drop-in tutoring service available?
For the Fall 2019 semester, drop-in tutoring will be available in Biltmore 3032B (please enter through the main computer lab – BI 3032) at the following times:
- Mondays – 3:00-5:00 pm
- Tuesdays – 5:30-7:30 pm
- Thursdays – 3:00-5:00 pm
Student Study Spaces
Natural Resources Library
The Natural Resources Library, located on the first floor of Jordan Hall, provides research and instructional support for all of our degree programs. Use Tripsaver to request materials from other NC State Libraries and Triangle libraries to pick up at the Natural Resources Library. Check Library Services section for more resources.
Biltmore Computer Lab
Students may use the Biltmore Computer Lab in room 3032 as a drop-in area when classes aren’t in session. Computers are installed with all software students may need for class work, including Microsoft Office Suite for general use. The lab also has printers for general and poster printing needs. Follow these instructions when using the Plotter Printer in the computer lab. Check the IT Lab Hours of Operation page for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Resources and Policies
Contact the Academic and Student Support Services Office with questions about new student orientation, academic policies and procedures, approval for academic forms, registration help, requirements, and access to support services across campus at 919.515.6191 or stop by Biltmore Hall 2018.
Your Academic Advisors will be an important contact for you as you decide on your academic program, select classes, and plan for your future career.
Student Services Questions
You can ask questions and find answers to student services questions including graduation, readmission, MyPack Portal and academic records on the Student Services Ask a Question/Knowledge Base site.
Academic Information and Policies
- Registration and Records has information on changing degrees and academic progress.
- Academic Warning and Suspension Policies
- Readmission Policies
- Academic Affairs Policies, Regulations, and Rules
- Change of Degree Application (CODA) to change your major
- Degree Requirements
- Outside NC State Transfer Admissions Process
- Internal NC State Transfer Admissions Process
- General NC State Transfer Student information
- Choose or declare a minor by talking to your Academic Advisor.
Enrollment and Registration
- Degree Audit tools
- Degree Requirement Semester Displays
- Enrollment Dates
- Enrollment Guide
- Academic Calendars