The Penn State Learning Center (http://pennstatelearning.psu.edu/) provides tutoring but the only ECON courses that are covered are ECON 102 and 104 with certain professors. If you would like help with your upper level ECON courses you should meet with your instructors during office hours. The Economics Association (http://www.psuea.org/index.html) could potentially help you connect with other students to get help (they organize student-run study groups that meet at each group’s discretion). If you’d like to get involved in these study groups you can email Ezra Goldstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, PSU email address, and the course number you’re interested in studying.
Lawrence “Larry” Reed, the founder of the Foundation for Economic Education (and author of I, Pencil), will be presenting on “Adam Smith and the Birth of Economics” on Monday, October 13th at 7pm in 101 Osmond.