Guiding All Students to Academic Success
It’s a fact. Students who consistently attend math study groups tend to show improvement in their math grades and achieve a better understanding of class material. The College and University provide a number of ways for students to get extra help not only in math, but also in physics, chemistry and other science and engineering classes.
Free study groups for Calculus I, Calculus II, Vector Calculus and Differential Equations follow the curriculum through the semester and provide homework assistance, tutoring and test preparation. Trained study group leaders will help you navigate each level of math, making you stronger academically and preparing you for upper-division engineering courses.
Please verify with your professor.
PHYS 141, CHEM 151, PHYS 241, CHEM 152, CHEM 214a, CHEM 214b, MCB 181R and ECOL 182R
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Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society)
Looking to get help in your courses this semester? Tau Beta Pi offers help desk sessions twice a week! Join in-person or virtually, via zoom.
It's a great opportunity for students to get help from high achieving upperclassmen engineering students. In addition to technical tutoring, we're now offering technical writing assistance, specifically for non-native English speakers, though it is open to everyone. Need help in a certain subject? Look for TBP members that list your desired topic in their description! Can’t find the subject you are looking for? Try to find a session with a member in your major!
Sessions are held:
- Mondays — 4pm to 5:50pm
- Thursdays— 5pm to 7pm
ENGR Room 302
To access a session, simply click on the zoom link any time during the specified start and end times.
Think Tank, with a variety of free and fee-based services, is the University’s go-to place for math, and science tutoring, supplemental instruction (SI sessions for chemistry, physics, and biology).