Advising and Tutoring
- Engineering Student Services (ESS) Advisers
Engineering Student Services Advisers are available to answer questions regarding degree and graduation requirements, College and University policies, forms and petitions, academic concerns and campus resources.
Faculty advisers serve as professional mentors. Advisers assist students with technical course selection, curriculum planning based upon the student's goals, research opportunities and information on their respective fields.
Each department has undergraduate advisers to help students learn more about the programs, facilities and research opportunities available, as well as point students toward appropriate faculty contacts.
A specialized Engineering Student Services Adviser works exclusively with undeclared students to help interface with the College and the campus - and make the most informed choice when declaring their major.
- Peer Advising
Sometimes it's helpful to have an experienced student's perspective on academic issues. Peer Advisers provide general information to engineering undergraduates regarding requirements and procedures.
We offer drop in tutoring Mondays through Thursdays for all entry level Engineering courses including, but not limited to: E7, Phys 7A and Phys 7B, Math 53 and Math 54, Chem 1A and Chem 1B. We also offer some tutoring for more advanced level classes like, EE 20 and ME 104.
Study Skills Courses