Tutoring and Academic Support

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EGR 1010 Help Room

The College offers a help room specific for EGR 1010 (Engineering Mathematics).

Location: 299 Joshi Research Center

Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Help Rooms

The CSE Help Room staff is available to answers questions related to discrete mathematics and programming languages such as C, Java and C++.

Location: Varies, see schedules

Graduate Study Tables

For International Students only: Tutors and students meet in a group setting

Location: Varies, see schedules

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EGR 1010 Help Room Schedule

Day Time
Monday 10:00am - 6:20pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 7:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 7:30pm
Thursday 9:00am - 7:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm

Graduate Study Tables for International Students

Computer Science Study Tables Schedule

Course Title Instructor Mentor Table Time Table place Attendance
CEG 7360 Embedded systems Jack S. Jean Shiva Kumar, Ashutosh Sunday, 4-6 p.m. RC 152C 15
CEG 7370 Distributed Computing Prabhaker Mateti Snehith, Gajjar Tuesday & Thursday,  9:30-11 p.m. RC 152C X
CEG 7450 Advanced computer networks Bin Wang/Yong Pei Abhijit, Khot Monday & Wednesday, 9:30-11 p.m. RC 152C 30
CEG 7470 Advanced wireless networks Bin Wang/John W. carls Adithya, Sampatoor Sunday, 2-4 p.m. RC 152C 36
CS 7220 Computability and Complexity Thomas Sudkamp Raymond, Kulhanek Monday & Wednesday,  8-9:30 p.m. RC 152C 15
CS 7800 Information Retrieval T.K. Prasad Ayushi, Jain Tuesday & Thursday,  8-9:30 p.m. RC 152C 8
CS 7700 Advanced Database systems Soon M. Chung/Guozhu Dong Zhao, Chenyang Sunday, 6-8 p.m. RC 152C 30

Other Resources

There are also great resources outside of the College:

  • University Writing Center - Located in 122 Student Success Center, this is a full-service writing center where peer tutors can help you with your writing assignments.
  • Math Learning Center - Located in 122 Student Success Center, the Math Learning Center can provide you with the help you need for your math classes.
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI) - is a way to help students review course concepts, improve their study habits, and become better prepared for exams and course assignments. A trained SI student leader, working in consultation with the professor, conducts routine SI group study sessions outside of the class throughout the quarter. Students enrolled in the class may attend as many of the free SI sessions as they desire in order to review course material and have concepts reinforced.