Tutor Referral List

Tutor Referral List - Fall 2020

Below is a list of mathematics students and others interested in tutoring mathematics at all levels, from elementary school through university undergraduate and graduate courses. These tutors have not been recruited by the Math Department. Fees are arranged between tutor and tutee. Aside from this list, a good way to find a tutor is often through the "grapevine," asking a graduate student who has been here for a few years whether he or she knows of anyone who is likely to be good and willing to tutor. Feel free to contact one or more of the people listed below for assistance. Please note that the Math Department does not endorse any of the tutors on this list.

In addition to these individual tutors, some groups on campus that provide tutoring, mostly in lower-division courses, are the Student Learning Center, the Student Honors Society xe [at] ce [dot] berkeley [dot] edu (Chi Epsilon), the Engineering Honors Society, Tau Beta Pi, and Academic Services.

Students who are having trouble with study habits, with conflicts between academic and personal life, etc. might see the Student Learning Center's Study Strategies Resources group. Note that their web page has information on making individual appointments.

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Graduate Tutors
Name Subject E-Mail or URL
Chaidez, Julian all levels jchaidez [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Degany, Yael all levels, including special projects [Zoom and other online platforms used (until Covid restrictions are eased)] yael [dot] degany [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Mack-Crane, Sander All levels (especially HS, calculus, and linear algebra) sander [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Smith, Michael All levels doctorq [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Tom, Foster All levels ftom [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Undergraduate Tutors
Name Subject E-Mail or URL
Other Private Tutors
Name Subject E-Mail or URL


Elem = Elementary
MS = Middle School
HS = High School
Lower Division = Courses 0-99
Upper Division = Courses 100-199
Undergrad = Courses 0-199
Grad = Courses 200-299