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Our department hires our own students to provide drop-in tutoring support for many of our introductory and intermediate courses. These tutors support students in all CSCI courses up through and including CSCI 2100, as well as the computational math courses MATH 1660 (Discrete Mathematics) and MATH/STAT 3850 (Foundations of Statistics with R). The tutors are also available as a resource for how to use accounts on our department's Linux computing systems. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers additional support for Math/Stat courses.

Location

Tutoring will take place in the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Building, room ISE 216

Fall 2022 Schedule

Spring tutoring will begin on Monday, September 19 and will end at the conclusion of Friday, December 9.

DayHoursLocationTutorCourse CoverageLanguage
Monday 10am-12pm ISE 216 Kaitlyn 1070, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, STAT 3850 Python/Java/C++/R
Thursday 4-6pm ISE 216 Kaitlyn 1070, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, STAT 3850 Python/Java/C++/R
Tuesday 3-5pm ISE 216 Josiah 1060, 1070, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, MATH1660, STAT 3850 Python/Java/C++/Javascript/R/MATLAB
Friday 1-3pm ISE 216 Josiah 1060, 1070, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, MATH1660, STAT 3850 Python/Java/C++/Javascript/R/MATLAB
Monday 2-4pm ISE 216 Anna 1010, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, Math 1660 Python/C++
Tuesday 11am-1pm ISE 216 Anna 1010, 1300/5001, 2100/5002, Math 1660 Python/C++
Wednesday 4-6pm ISE 216 Bradley 1030, 1300/5001, 2100/5002 Python/C++/Javascript/HTML
Saturday 2-4pm ISE 216 Bradley 1030, 1300/5001, 2100/5002 Python/C++/Javascript/HTML
Thursday 1-3pm ISE 216 Gokul 1300/5001, 2100/5002, 5030 Python/C++
Sunday 2-4pm ISE 216 Gokul 1300/5001, 2100/5002, 5030 Python/C++

Interested in Being a Tutor?

Make sure to let the department chairperson know.  We are interested in students who did well in their introductory courses and who enjoy guiding other students on their own journey of discovery.