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Engineering Tutoring Center

Students who learn how to learn are infinitely more successful than those who simply master the problem of the day. That’s the basis of a new effort out of the College of Engineering. The Tutoring Center at the Grant Avenue Annex (the former Division of Extended Studies building) encourages students to expand the learning process outside of the classroom.

On just about any given day, students flow in and out of the space, which is stocked with computers, projectors, fixed and mobile white boards, foam cubes for stacking and sitting, and T-Boards — moveable walls with whiteboards on both sides that can be arranged into a variety of creative meeting spaces.

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Some of our tutoring staff: Marcus Marosvari, Nardos Ashenafi, Trevor McClish, Linda Choi, Matt Barfuss, Rozalyn Morauske, Hussain Aldowailah

Each semester, University Learning Assistants and Engineering Peer Educators support the classroom work with learning sessions and tutoring. Students who routinely attend these sessions demonstrate high performance and greater understanding of the material. Multiple sessions are available for many of the subjects, so students should have no problem finding opportunities to get that extra edge!

Read more about the creation of the Tutoring Center here!

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Find us in the Grant Avenue Annex!