Tutoring Services Available to Engineering Students

BCoE Study Hall - Spring 2022

McCain 190
5:15 - 8 p.m.
Monday - Thursday

Tutors from many organizations will be available.


Engineering Learning Community - Spring 2022

Tutoring and mentoring available to students in the Engineering Learning Community with tutoring available in Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and Computer Programming.

Mentor/TutorMTWThF
Jeffrey Greer

Calculus
Programming
2-3:30pm
McCain 150

5-6:30pm
McCain 190
2-3:30pm
McCain 150

5-6:30pm
McCain 190
2-4pm
McCain 150
Serena Liles

Biology
Physics
Chemistry
Calculus
5-8pm
McCain 190
6-8pm
McCain 190
3:30-5pm
McCain 150
Rebecca Lilly

Calculus
12-3:30pm
McCain 150
1-3:15pm
McCain 150
3:30-5pm
McCain 150

5-5:45pm
McCain 190
Annie Sieja

Calculus
Chemistry
Physcis
5-8pm
McCain 190
2-4pm
McCain 150
5-8pm
McCain 190
Arigaa Zolboot

Calculus
Chemistry
Physcis
2-4pm
McCain 150

6-8pm
McCain 190
3-5pm
McCain 150
6-8pm
McCain 190
All times are CST.
Location is indicated after the timeslot.

IMAGE Tutoring

IMAGE tutoring will be conducted in the BCoE Study Hall.

Michael Newsome - math tutor (trig, college algebra, calculus, diff eq)
5:15 - 8 p.m.
Monday - Thursday in the BCoE Study Hall, McCain 190

Danielle Ware - programming tutor
5:15 - 7 p.m.
Monday - Wednesday in the BCoE Study Hall, McCain 190


Technical Writing

The Shackouls Technical Communication Program is providing writing tutoring for engineering students for the spring semester. Students can work with the tutors in three ways:

  1. Email documents to bcoewritingtutors@gmail.com for review.
  2. Visit the tutors’ office in McCain 202 for an in-person meeting during the office hours listed below (appointments not required).
  3. If students prefer to meet virtually, they may email the tutors to arrange a videoconference during the office hours below.

Tutors: Oliver Coleman and Jolee Rushing
Office: McCain 202
Email: bcoewritingtutors@gmail.com
M: 3:30–5:30 p.m.
W: 1:00–5:30 p.m.
TR: 12:00–5:00 p.m.

The tutors are ready to help students with all writing-related issues, from routine writing assignments in any of their classes to senior-design reports and job-application materials. Documents are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. The tutors will only read submissions during their office hours, so students should keep this in mind when contacting them. Generally, students should allow at least one day for each document to be reviewed and returned. Please note that the writing tutors do not proofread or edit documents; the goal is to help students identify and correct problems in their own writing.

For graduate students who would like help with longer documents such as theses, dissertations, and manuscripts, the tutors can provide broad guidance about recognizing error patterns and developing strategies for correcting them. However, they will not be able to offer a professional editing service. Additionally, there is a hard 20-page limit on submissions. If the document exceeds 20 pages, we ask that it be broken up into 20-page increments. They will review the first 20 pages and return those, and then students may send the next 20 pages.

The BCoE Writing Tutors look forward to hearing from you!


The Writing Center

https://www.writingcenter.msstate.edu/appointments

Contact: writingcenter@msstate.edu

Tutoring is available for help all writing needs. In addition to help with writing required in your courses, the Writing Center can help with resumes, cover letters, graduate and professional school application essays, etc.


The Learning Center

Click on the Tutoring by Appointment link on the main page of your myState account.

Tutoring is available in many different subjects.


Tau Beta Pi

Tutoring is available to all engineering students in Calculus, Physics, and Engineering Mechanics as well as some other engineering courses. TBP tutoring will be conducted in the BCoE Study Hall (see above).