We tentatively plan to offer tutoring for the following subjects in the Fall:
Calculus I, Math 242
Calculus II, Math 243
Calculus III, Math 344
Differential Equations, Math 555
Physics I, Phys 313 or Engr 311
Physics 2, Phys 314 or Engr 360B
Intro to Digital Design, CS 194
Programming in C, CS 211
Data Structures & Algorithms I, CS 300
Circuits I, EE 282
Statics, AE 223
Dynamics, AE 333
Mechanics of Materials, AE 373
Thermodynamics, ME 398
If you need help with a class that is not on this list and would like us to consider adding it, please e-mail Anna at email@example.com.
GEEKS tutoring is FREE to College of Engineering students. Both group and individual tutoring sessions are available throughout the semester and are led by tutors who have successfully completed the courses and are trained as GEEKS tutors. Drop-In study sessions are also available when students can come to the GEEKS lab to work on their assignments and get assistance from a tutor as needed.
Download a copy of the current GEEKS tutoring schedule.
GEEKS meet in Room 118, Wallace Hall (unless otherwise indicated on the schedule).
If you have questions about the services GEEKS provides, contact Anna Sharpe, firstname.lastname@example.org
GEEKS Mission: "to enable engineering students to succeed in their transition from high school through their sophomore year"
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