Peer tutors are undergraduate students who help freshmen in their first-year math, physics, chemistry and engineering courses. They aim to support and guide the academic efforts of students during their transition from high school to college.
|Sunday - Thursday
||6 - 10 p.m.
||Mosher Room 095*
|Sunday - Thursday
||7 - 11 p.m.
*Students who do not live in Mosher Hall can only attend tutoring in this location if accompanied by a current Mosher Hall resident, as per Residence Life rules.
ENGR 111/112 Office Hours
Receive help for ENGR 111 from Peer Teachers, undergraduate students who have successfully completed the first year courses in math, science and engineering. Click here.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
SI is a peer-led, academic assistance program designed to improve student academic performance and increase retention. SI offers three free 50 minute regularly scheduled sessions per week for lower level undergraduate courses. These sessions are facilitated by SI leaders, undergraduate students who have previously taken and mastered the course. SI leaders integrate active and collaborative learning methods in their sessions to help students learn outside of the traditional classroom setting. For a list of available classes and the SI schedule, click here.
Department of Mathematics Programs
A student's success in their first math course at Texas A&M is strongly correlated with success in engineering. To foster a solid math foundation, we highly encourage you to take advantage of the various academic support programs offered by the Department of Mathematics.
Week in Review
Math Help Sessions
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center is a one-stop shop for academic support. Find academic coaching, transfer student programs, workshops and courses to help you succeed. For a full list of available services, visit the Academic Success Center website.