Student Success and Tutoring

Engineering Student Success Center

Spring 2021 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 SPRING 2021 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.

Spring 2021 Courses

BIEN 3200

EECE 1610

MEEN 2460

BIEN 3310

EECE 2030

MEEN 3220

 

ELEN/COEN 2020

MEEN 3310

CEEN 1210

ELEN 3001

MEEN 3320

CEEN 3210

GEEN 2110

MEEN 3330

 

GEEN 2120

 

 COSC 2100

GEEN 2130

 

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).