General Tutoring - Physics
In an effort to provide more efficient service, the bulk of LSC General Tutoring is walk-in. Students can meet with tutors during the times listed below - no appointment is necessary!
For more Tutoring Center information, visit the LSC Welcome Desk in 4-101 or call the desk at: 407-582-2540.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Valencia College campuses are currently physically closed to students, staff and faculty. However, the college remains open to assist students virtually. See the information below for online Physics tutoring information.
- Online Tutoring
- All Physics tutoring is currently done online - watch our welcome video to learn more!
- To access tutoring, you must enroll in the Science Online Tutoring canvas course via this link: Science Online Tutoring
- Zoom - Valencia is using Zoom for all online tutoring.
- Hours and Tutor Schedules
Tutoring Hours & Location
Physics tutoring is located in Room 4-109.
Tutor availability is not guaranteed. We encourage you to call ahead if you need last minute details: 407-582-2540.
|Monday||10:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
Meet Our Tutors
I am an electrical engineering student at UCF. I love soccer and Spongebob. I enjoy going to Steak 'n Shake and Rocky Balboa is my favorite movie.
I have a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering. Now I'm studying Physics and Math - researching condensed matter and mathematical physics - to eventually become a caring scientist and a helpful teacher. Science, yoga, vegetables, and DJs fill my stream of consciousness. Let's solve reality and love our little blue dot!
I recently graduated with a bachelor's in physics from UCF. I'm interested in metaphysics and relativity.
Hi, I'm Jillian! I am pursuing a Bachelor's in Aerospace Engineering with the hopes of one day becoming an astronaut. Currently, I'm researching the effects of radiation on the surface of zero to loq atmospheric bodies in space; like the moon, mars, and asteroids! I plan on obtaining a Master's Degree in Physics with specialization in Planetary Science.