Resources to help you succeed
The LEAD program offers student-oriented learning centers staffed by discipline-based faculty and accomplished undergraduate peer learning assistants who guide you in the learning process within an atmosphere of cooperative engagement and teamwork.
A quiet place to relax between classes, grab a cup of coffee, and study using a variety of resources. Meet with a success coach who is trained to help you with goal setting, time management, organization, study skills and more. Tutoring is also available.
The Math Learning Center offers academic assistance in ten courses. Every weekday you can find trained graduate students at the tutor room and other locations across campus—to help you comprehend your math homework and class discussions.
MASH offers math assistance for Math 1120. Sessions are facilitated by trained undergraduate
mentors. You will work collaboratively on review problems for tests, learn new study skills and get help with your online homework.
A resource for support on writing projects, including essays, reports, presentations, and more. Their friendly peer writing consultants offer feedback on drafts, assist with technical writing, and even suggest strategies to help conquer writer’s block.
The library is a place for research, study, and collaboration, all within an arm’s length of a professional research assistant.
This will walk you through scheduling an appointment on S&T Connect.
This will show you how to properly fill out an add/drop slip.
The calculator will tell you how many hours of what grade quality work you need to achieve your desired GPA.
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