Tutoring and Mentoring
Tutoring and mentoring services are available year round. Advisors in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and elsewhere at RIT can help you with high school-college transition issues, discover your own learning style, and develop study skills that will optimize your program of study. Tutors are available for every area of study.
Electrical & Microelectronic Engineering: The tutoring schedule will be posted on the department website and the bulletin board near student mail folders. The tutoring location is in Erdle Commons GLE 1st floor in the cubicle closest to the vending room in Erdle commons, north side of Erdle Commons.
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For help in other areas click on the links below to get the most up-to-date schedules.
The Academic Support Center - A good place to start to find most of your tutoring needs
Student Learning, Support & Assessment - This site is your virtual guide to navigate student learning support services at RIT. Whether you are a student, parent, advisor, faculty member or other interested person, this site is designed to help you sort through the various programs and services offered at RIT to support students as they move toward graduation. Check out their video about services too, click on the center image with the arrow on this link.
Chemistry – Find help at: Academic Support Center
Computer Engineering Mentoring Lab – Gleason Building (09-3452) If you need Computer Engineering Mentoring contact: Rick Tolleson in 09/3411, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 585-475-5056
Math/Statistics - Find help at: Academic Support Center
Physics - Find help at: Academic Support Center
Computer Science Tutoring Center: CS Student Center.
There is also a Software Engineering SSE lab. Open from 10am-6pm, Monday through Friday in 70-1670.
Residence Hall Math and Physics Drop In: ASC Math and Physics Tutoring
- All Electrical Engineering faculty members are required to host a certain numbers of office hours each week. At office hours, students can inquire about homework assignments, test solutions, and assistance with pre-laboratory work. Most faculty members post their schedules outside of their offices; if not they can be easily contacted by email for detailed information about their scheduled office hours. Faculty email and office number information can be found on their profile on the Faculty portion of the Electrical Engineering website.
- For most Electrical Engineering courses, Teaching Assistants provide professors with assistance in grading homework, overseeing students’ labwork, and answering student inquiries. The TA office, located on the third floor of James E. Gleason Hall in room 3248 is an area where TA’s will often stay during their office hours, where students are encouraged to receive help with their coursework from relevant assistants.