The Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) provides tutoring and academic support programs for undergraduates interested in studying engineering. Our programs focus on supporting challenging courses that students take to qualify for entrance into an engineering department. The ULC also provides support in select core engineering, math, statistics and science courses. The ULC is a place where students study, form study groups, and discuss engineering concepts and problem solving strategies with their peers and with the tutors.
Drop-in tutoring is a free tutoring service open to any student enrolled in a course covered by our tutors. See the drop-in tutoring schedule for open tutoring times in over 40 math, science, and engineering courses.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
The SI program is an academic support program for EMA 201, EMA 202, ME 240, Physics 201, and Physics 202. Each session is led by an undergraduate student and held twice a week. Find more information and a schedule on our supplemental instruction page.
Tutoring By Request (TBR)
A program that allows authorized students to obtain one-on-one help. Check our Tutoring by Request page for details.
Group Tutoring/Study Table
A new program where tutors and students meet in a group setting on a regular basis. Attendance is not required but highly encouraged to ensure that students build strong foundations and problem solving skills. Available study table for Spring 2015 are as followed:
Tuesday, 6:00PM, Room 133 Wendt
Sunday, 7:00PM, Room 133 Wendt
Monday, 5:00PM, Room 129 Wendt
Wednesday, 5:00PM, Room 129 Wendt
Monday, 2:00PM, Room 139D Wendt
Thursday, 6:00PM, Room 133 Wendt
Tuesday, 5:45PM, Room 129 Wendt
Friday, 2:30PM, Room 129 Wendt
Wednesday, 7:00PM, Room 129 Wendt
Sunday, 7:00PM, Room 129 Wendt
Working for the ULC
Working at the ULC will give you experiences which will benefit you academically and going into the future. While tutoring you will further your education by reviewing previous courses and expanding your knowledge. You can acquire many transferable skills such as interpersonal communication, time management, and problem solving skills. In addition, you will gain personal connections throughout the College of Engineering by meeting and working with other students.
We typically hire at the end of the semester for positions starting next semester.
SI Facilitator positions: NOW HIRING. Applications are due April 1st. Click here for position description and application.
Student Programmer positions: NOW HIRING. Applications are due April 6th. Click here for position description and application.
Tutor positions: NOW HIRING. Applications are due April 13th. Click here for position description and application.
Student Assistant position: NOW HIRING. Applications are due April 13th. Click here for position description and application.