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EECS Academic Support
Offers a variety of resources including study tables, academic coaching, and information on study abroad.
Meet with academic coaches to discuss and to explore the future direction of your educational goals while helping you improve your grades, manage your time, prepare for exams, etc.
To schedule an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peer Mentors are a group of current students who use their experience in EECS to assist and support freshman with coursework, socialization, and getting acclimated.
The Peer Mentors meet in the Freshman Lounge (ECE in KEC 1119 and CS in KEC 1089).
OSU Academic Support
Offering peer-tutors and GTAs to help with math, sciences and writing. Located on the main floor of the Valley Library.
General chemistry tutoring offered in the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center, located on the main floor.
The Math Learning Center provides free drop-in tutoring, printed resources, calculators, help using MATLAB and other math software, study areas, and a computer classroom. Private tutoring for a fee is also available. Located in Kidder Hall 108.
General physics tutoring offered in Weniger Hall 145 (M-F) and the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center (Su-Th).
The Writing Center’s mission is to provide writing support that enable students at all levels to function effectively, efficiently, and confidently in an academic environment. Writing assistants can help with all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage.
The Academic Success Center provides general academic coaching and tutoring, while also helping each student develop strategies for success.
Offers a variety of services, including personal counseling and academic success workshops such as “Reducing Test Anxiety” and “How to Study in Less Time and Do Better.”
Among the services provided by DAS are: alternative testing, alternative format, classroom access, note taking services, deaf and hard of hearing access services, overhead copies, priority registration, and lab and library assistants.
Provides links to various service related benefits including medical, home loans, and education benefits. The site also provides links to both State of Oregon and Federal resources.