As you make the transition from high school to college, you may find the expectations are greater and that the study strategies you used in high school no longer guarantee your academic success. Engineering students can find academic support through the following programs (also see Tips for Academic Success):
Free tutoring for students living in a residence hall
Housing tutoring website
SASC hosts free workshops for all students on topic such as academic skills development, time management, and also provides individual academic coaching. SASC also manages special academic enrichment programs for specific studnet populations.
SASC is located in Fleming Law 141.
Free drop-in tutoring lab for undergraduates & tutor list
Duane Physics, Room G2B90. Monday thru Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
The Physics Help Room (Duane G2B90) is in the basement, below the lecture hall. It is a great place to get assistance with homework, or get general coursequestions answered. It can be crowded (especially the night homework is due), but that means it's very likely you will find fellow students (even if the TAs are a little busy.) Times when specific TAs will be in the Help Room are posted in the website, but you can drop by anytime Monday - Friday between 9:00am - 5:00pm
Course Specific Information:
CHEN 1310, CSCI 1300, 1310, 1320 and ECEN 1310 - contact your specific TA for more information
Located in the Norlin Library, Norlin E111, near the east entrance, The CU-Boulder Writing Center offers writers from all academic disciplines and skill levels the opportunity to work one-on-one with professionally trained writing consultants. We help writers at all stages of the writing process from brainstorming through revision. Writing Center sessions strive to address writers' stated needs while attending to relevant disciplinary, rhetorical, grammatical, and stylistic concerns. Consultants provide feedback and advice that promote writers' abilities to communicate successfully and think critically in response to complex, evolving expectations of readers in academia, the workplace, and society.
Services are FREE to CU students, faculty, staff and alumni. Make an appointment using The Writing Center website