Free Academic Support

Please follow the links below for virtual and, when available, in-person hours. The academic support resources listed below are available free of charge to all CSU students, whether you're attending online or face-to-face

Accounting Tutoring Lab

Type of Tutoring: In-person, Drop-in

When: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 4 pm; Friday, 9 am – 1 pm

Where: Rockwell 40

Courses Supported: ACT 205, 210, 220

Other Info: Distance learners interested in making an appointment for virtual tutoring can contact Meg Skeehan. ACT 205 students may access a variety of online resources in the Accounting Tutoring Lab.

Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS) Tutoring

One-on-one tutoring is available for adult learners and veterans through ALVS. Email Lisa Chandler to get connected to a tutor.

Calculus Center

Type of Tutoring: In-person, Drop-in

When: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 4 pm; Friday, 9 am – 2 pm

Specific course schedules can be found on the Calculus Center website

Where: Great Hall in the TILT Building (2nd floor)

Courses Supported: MATH 155, 160, 161, 261, 340

Other Info: The mission of the Calculus Center is to improve learning and academic performance for all students in our calculus courses. We support instruction that carefully considers student thinking and engages students as active participants in their learning process.

We provide free drop-in tutoring for students enrolled in calculus courses at CSU (Math 155,160, 161, 261 and 340). We are staffed by instructors, graduate students, and undergraduate tutors.

We also offer small cohort-based mentor groups for select courses that are facilitated by a peer mentor. In these groups, students meet weekly with the same 5-10 students.

Chemistry Learning Resource Center (CLeRC)

Type of Tutoring: In-person, Drop-in

When: Monday – Friday

The full schedule is available through an open-enrollment Canvas shell.

Where: Yates 414 Courses Supported: CHEM 107, 108, 111, 112, 113, 114 CHEM 245, 246, 341, 343, 344, 371

Other Info: More than 140 hours of in-person chemistry support is available for all large chemistry courses (general and organic) and some upper-division courses. The full schedule is available through an open-enrollment Canvas shell.

Engineering Academic Tutoring

Type of Tutoring: In-person, Drop-in

When: Sunday – Thursday, 7 pm – 10 pm

Where: AV Room C141

Courses Supported:

Sunday: CBE 101, CBE 160, LIFE 102

Monday: CIVE 102, CIVE 103, CIVE 260, CIVE 261, CIVE 360

Tuesday: BMS 300, BZ 220, LIFE 102, LIFE 210, BIOM 100, BIOM 200

Wednesday: ECE 102, ECE 103, ECE 251, CS 163, CS 164

Thursday: MECH 103, MECH 342, CIVE 260, CIVE 261, CIVE 360

Other Info: Chemistry, Math, and Physics tutoring is available every night in addition to the courses listed above.

Eagle Feather Tutoring

Type of Tutoring: In-person, Drop-in

When: Monday – Friday

Specific course schedules can be found on the Eagle Feather Tutoring website

Where: Native American Cultural Center (NACC) – 327 Lory Student Center

Courses Supported: BC 351

BZ 212, 214, 220, 300, 310

CHEM 111, 112, 113, 114, 245, 246

LIFE 102, 103, 201B, 210

MATH 101, 117, 118, 125, 126, 155, 160, 161, 261, 340, 369

MIP 150, 260

Other Info: The Native American Cultural Center provides tutoring in key subject areas. It is a free service to all Colorado State University students

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Mechanical Engineering Tutoring (MESA)

Type of Tutoring: In-person and virtual, Drop-in

When: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm

Specific course schedules can be found on the MESA website

Where: Engineering 103Y (located within the Mechanical Engineering suite)

Courses Supported: all MECH courses

Other Info: The Mechanical Engineering Student Ambassadors (MESA) host office hours Monday through Friday throughout the semester to provide free individual and small group tutoring for all courses in the MECH curriculum. They can also assist with other question related to being a successful MECH student!

Precalculus Center

Type of Tutoring: In-person and virtual, Drop-in

When: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4 pm; 6:30 pm – 9 pm

Where: Weber 136 and online

Courses Supported: MATH 117, 118, 124, 125, 126

Other Info: The Precalculus Center offers online and face-to-face help for students taking Precalculus courses (MATH 117 through MATH 126), going through the Math Placement process, or using one of the placement Tutorials. The Center also provides a proctored testing center for Math Placement or Tutorial exams and exams in Precalculus Courses.

Statistics Success Center

When: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 8 pm; Friday, 9 am – 5 pm

Where: Weber 223A (see your course syllabus to learn how to access virtual support)

Courses Supported: STAT 201, 204, 301, 307

Other Info: The Statistics Success Center is a resource for CSU students enrolled in introductory level STAT courses, regardless of their major. The SSC is staffed with Statistics instructors, graduate students, and undergraduate majors. We are dedicated to improving student success in the introductory statistics classes STAT 201, 204, 301 and 307. We do not offer tutoring for any other classes. Check out the website to see when tutoring is offered for your course.

TILT Tutoring and Group Learning Sessions

Type of Tutoring: In-person and virtual, Drop-in

When: Sunday – Thursday, 5 pm – 9 pm

Specific course schedules can be found at TILT Tutoring

Where: Great Hall in the TILT Building (2nd floor) (see course tutoring schedule to access Zoom links for virtual tutoring)

Courses Supported: BC 351

BMS 300, 310/310

BZ 110, 350

LIFE 102, 103

CHEM 111, 113, 245, 341, 343

MATH 141, 155, 160, 161, 261, 340, 369

PH 121, 122, 141, 142

Writing Center

Type of Tutoring: In-person and virtual, by appointment

When: Monday – Thursday, 10 am – 4 pm; Friday, 10 am – 1 pm; Saturday 12 – 5 pm; Sunday 6 – 9 pm

Where: Eddy 23 (Monday – Thursday, 10 am – 4 pm; Friday, 10 am – 1 pm)

Library 175 (Sunday – Thursday, 6 – 9 pm)

Online (Saturday, 12 – 5 pm)

The CSU Writing Center provides face-to-face and online consultation for writers seeking help with traditional research papers or nontraditional digital media such as websites and blogs. The CSU Writing Center facilitates campus-based conversations about the importance and process of writing in different contexts and media.