Student Success and Tutoring

Engineering Student Success Center

Fall 2020 tutoring is being conducted online through Microsoft Teams. If you are enrolled in a tutor-supported course, you have already been added to the Microsoft Team for Engineering Tutoring, and tutoring is available during the scheduled times:

VIEW FALL 2020 TUTORING SCHEDULE


An extension of the Engineering Academic Advising Center, the Engineering Student Success Center is a transformative learning environment where students are supported and challenged to pursue academic excellence, share knowledge, and develop interpersonal skills.

The Engineering Student Success Center provides students with learning opportunities through:

  • Drop-in and group tutoring for engineering courses
  • Info sessions on course-specific success tips
  • Networking events for engineering students, faculty and staff

APPLY TO BE AN ENGINEERING TUTOR

Engineering Tutoring Program
Free drop-in tutoring is available to engineering students on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment or advance sign-up necessary! Stop by with a quick question or stay a few hours.

Fall 2020 Courses

BIEN 3200

GEEN 2110

MEEN 3210

BIEN 3300

GEEN 2120

MEEN 3220

BIEN 3310

GEEN 2130

MEEN 3310

EECE 2010

 

MEEN 3320

EECE 3010

 

MEEN 3330

For additional tutoring requests, contact coe-tutoring@marquette.edu (engineering courses only) or the Office of Student Educational Services in Coughlin Hall, 145 or at 414.288.3270 (other courses, 1000-2000 level only).


Learning Outcomes

After participating in Engineering Student Success Center sponsored programs and activities, students will be able to:

  • Develop an effective, personalized approach to their education using metacognitive learning strategies.
  • Make informed decisions that further their academic and professional goals.
  • Formulate a success plan specific to each of their courses.
  • Establish healthy, mutually beneficial relationships with others.

These student learning and development outcomes are aligned with the Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS).