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The Texas A&M University College of Engineering has partnered with the Academic Success Center (ASC) to provide academic support services such as peer tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI). These services enhance student learning and success in math, chemistry, physics and engineering courses. Students working toward an A or B average in their coursework should consider regularly using these academic support services. 

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Peer Tutoring

For help with math, chemistry, physics and engineering courses

Peer tutors are undergraduate students hired by the ASC to help engineering students with their math, physics, chemistry and engineering courses. Peer tutors are available in the Leach Learning Resource Center (ZACH 282L, 282M, 282N and 282 P) Monday through Thursday from 2-6 p.m. Assistance is available on a drop-in basis. To get help, check-in with a TutorHub Student Assistant in ZACH 282P. FYI - Peer tutors wear blue TutorHub t-shirts, so they are easy to spot. The Academic Success Center also provides additional access to peer tutors online and throughout campus. To get help online, find a tutoring session here. For more information on course availability, check out the ASC's searchable tutoring database

Location: Leach Learning Resource Center (check-in at ZACH 282P); additionally, select services are offered online via Zoom
Days:
 Monday - Thursday (Sept. 6 through Dec. 8)
Time: 2-6 p.m.

COVID-19 Guidance: Wearing a mask is strongly encouraged during in-person tutoring sessions.


Supplemental Instruction

For help with chemistry, physics and engineering courses

Supplemental Instruction is a peer-led, academic assistance program hosted by the ASC that is 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 include collaborative learning methods and are facilitated by undergraduate SI leaders who have taken and mastered the course. We offer multiple SI sessions for ENGR 102, PHYS and CHEM in the Zachry Engineering Education Complex (ZACH), Monday through Thursday between 6 -10 p.m. in ZACH 311, 315, 340 and 342. Find an SI session here. For more information on SI, meeting times, or course availability, check out the ASC's searchable Find an SI Session database

Location: ZACH 311, 315, 340 and 342; additionally, select services are offered online via Zoom
Days: Monday - Thursday (Sept. 6 through Dec. 8)
Time: Varies; for details, refer to Find an SI

COVID-19 Guidance: Wearing a mask is strongly encouraged during in-person SI sessions.


Office Hours for ENGR 102, 216 and 217

Hosted by the College of Engineering freshman engineering program

Receive help for ENGR 102, 216 and 217 from instructors and peer teachers in the Zachry Engineering Education Complex (ZACH 420), Monday through Friday. To get assistance, check-in with a Peer Teacher in ZACH 420. For more information on the office hour schedule, visit the course site in  Canvas or eCampus.

Location: Zachry Engineering Education Complex (ZACH) 420
Days:
Monday through Friday
Time: Varies; for details, visit your course site in Canvas or eCampus.  

COVID-19 Guidance: Wearing a mask is strongly encouraged during in-person office hours.


Math Help Sessions and Week-In-Review Sessions

Hosted by the Math Learning Center

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 and enhance student learning, the Math Learning Center (MLC) offers Help Sessions and Week in Review sessions. 

  • MLC Help Sessions are drop-in tutoring sessions taught by undergraduate peer tutors offered online and in the Blocker building (BLOC).
  • MLC Week-In-Review sessions are taught by faculty who revisit material covered in the corresponding course during the prior week.

These sessions are held Monday through Thursday. For more information on meeting times and locations, visit the Math Help Sessions and the Week in Review websites.


Math Tutoring by Appointment and Reboot Workshops

Hosted by the Math Learning Center

The MLC offers free math tutoring by appointment and Reboot Workshops (i.e., sessions focused on math topics that are prerequisites for other courses) to help undergraduate students improve their math skills. Visit the MLC website for more information.


Academic Coaching and Student Success Workshops

Hosted by the Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center is a one-stop shop for academic support. In addition to offering peer tutoring and supplemental instruction, the ASC also offers academic coaching, helpful handouts on studying and learning, and  workshops to advance student success. For a full list of available services, visit the  Academic Success Center website.