Information and Computer Science

ICS 100, 110M, 111, 141, 211, 212

Please note that tutors may have expertise in select levels of a course.

General catalog information for Information and Computer Science (ICS)

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Current tutors

Gabe U.

Tutoring ICS 111, 141, 211, 212; EE 150.

I tutor ICS because I enjoy programming and because of how versatile it is. Many, if not all, industries do some type of ICS related work, meaning there's an abundance of possibilities to apply skills I've learned through the ICS program.

Future programmer

Jay E.

Tutoring ACC 124, 125, 201, 202; BLAW200, BUS 101, BUSN 121, 188, ICS 100, Computer skills, Laulima, FIL 102, MGT 121, Time management and organization

I love numbers and accounting comes easy for me. I can help you learn the language of accounting.

Future Accountant

Helen L.

Tutoring Spanish, BUS 101, BUSN 121, Computer skills, Laulima, ICS 100, Time management and organization

When I learn something new, I try to share the newfound information with someone else. When you teach what you know and help others, you feel like a super hero.

Future Business Woman/ can speak two languages/ love to meet people and new cultures.

Alex U.

Tutoring BUS101, BUSN121, Computer skills, ICS100, ANTH151, FAMR230, FSHN185, HEALTH110

A quick study tip I like to use is an app called Quizlet. If you're the type of person that likes the efficiency of using electronic flashcards rather than making physical ones, then this app is for you.

I work two jobs along with juggling school in between, so I cherish my free time; I love to venture around the island with my friends or spend time at home with my family.

Jacques G. C.

Tutoring GEOG 101, ICS 111, 141, BOT 101.

Top Tip: Make sure to take frequent, but short breaks while studying. Your mind can only process so much information until it gets confused about what you take in. If you find yourself re-reading your study material multiple times, it's time to take a break.

Video Game Connoisseur