Academic Support for Engineering

Academic support, offered through the College of Engineering to Engineering students, is listed below.  On the right, you will find links to areas of support offered by the University.

PEERS-Sponsored Review Sessions

The Engineering PEERS host review sessions for the Freshman engineering course: EGR 1200 before tests. They will also host review sessions in the Spring for Physics I.


After meeting with your course instructor, and academic advisor, if you are still struggling in a particular course you are encouraged to get assistance from a PEER during office hours, posted on the door. If you are still looking for additional help, you can go to CEER 309 and fill out a tutor request form. We can get you a tutor for Calc I and II, Chemistry I and II, and Physic I. Contact Gayle Doyle with questions about tutoring.

Upper-class students should go to their respective department's honor society to find out more about receiving help in their specific area of study.

  • Tau Beta Pi (national engineering honor society) - To request a tutor: send an email to Dr. Weinstein to see if a tutor is available for the specific course.
  • Chi Epsilon (national civil engineering honor society) - To request a tutor: there is a Chi Epsilon mail box in 139 Tolentine.  Students can put their requests for tutors in the mail box and a representative from Chi Epsilon will get back to them in short order.
  • Eta Kappa Nu (national electrical and computer engineering honor society) - To request a tutor: All ECE students (including Freshmen) can go to 425 Tolentine Hall to find out the tutors’ office hours; tutors are paid by the ECE department and they have office hours five days a week.
  • Pi Tau Sigma (national mechanical engineering honor society) - To request a tutor: Sophomores and Juniors only should go to the ME department in Tolentine to look at the list of tutors.

Computer Support

Computer support for Engineering students is handled through the TechZone in Vasey 101. Engineering software support is handled by the Engineering IT group in CEER 209.

Math Support

The Math Learning and Resource Center (MLRC) offers math tutoring and help with special projects. Please check their schedule for times and for more information on tutoring.

Learning Support

The Office of Learning Support Services (LSS) provides a variety of services for students with various disabilities.

Study Skills

The University Counseling Center, located in the Health Services building, offers all students assistance with study skills, which includes workshops on time management, test taking strategies, and more.

Writing Support

Need some extra help writing those reports? Check out the Writing Center.