HKN drop-in tutoring
The members of HKN offer drop-in help sessions for entry-level EECS courses as follows: EECS 183, EECS 203, EECS 215, EECS 216, EECS 270, EECS 280, EECS 281, and EECS 314. Tutors can also help with ENGR 101.
Tutoring is available for EECS 183, 203, 280, 281, 215, 216, 270, 314 and ENGR 101 on Thursdays from 6:00 -8:00 PM and Sunday from 1:00 – 3:00 PM via Zoom
Note that Code-M (formerly known as CSE Scholars) do not offer drop-in tutoring, but may be available for academic assistance at other times. Please attend their regular meetings advertised on their website or email email@example.com with any questions.
TBP 1:1 tutoring
Tau Beta Pi offers some opportunities for one-on-one tutoring upon request. To learn more about the sign-up process for TBP tutoring, please click here to visit the website.
Sign up to be matched with 4 students from any particular course you’re enrolled in. This service connects you with a small study group in your course for ongoing virtual meetings, where you can meet up to help each other with course material. Make sure to sign up early, as the form closes early in the term. This service is endorsed by Engineering Center for Academic Success (ECAS).
A list of students willing to tutor peers in EECS courses can be found here. You must be logged in via your U-M account to view the list. This list is not vetted or monitored by the department, but is compiled as a courtesy to help connect students with peers offering tutoring services, some of which may be fee-based. Students should contact tutor(s) and discuss availability, cost, and other details.
Other tutoring resources
B860 East Hall
Science Learning Center
Chemistry and Biology
Physics Help Room
1416 Randall Lab
Engineering Center for Academic Success (ECAS)
Provides free peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction sessions, and access to academic and career resource materials. The ECAS also manages the Scholastic Standing and Honor Council processes.
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Tutoring
100 and 200 level: Math, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering