Undergraduate Learning Center
Spring 2021 Operations Update
In accordance with the University’s COVID-19 Response plan, most student services operations and activities will be remote for the Spring 2021 semester. While access to in-person services are limited, we are committed to ensuring a safe, healthy, and successful school year for every student in the College of Engineering. More details can be found on the Spring 2021 information page.
All regular tutoring services including Drop-In tutoring, Tutoring by Request and PrEPS (InterEGR 150) will be offered as synchronous remote services. Additional workshops and tutorials such as MATLAB training, R training and vector reviews will be offered in synchronous and asynchronous formats. There are several new services planned for fall to help support students in this remote learning environment including math reviews, virtual study rooms and course review info sheets; details will be posted on our website as they become available. For more information see below, stop in at ULC Concerns or Questions on Blackboard Collaborate, Mondays and Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00 PM (access below under Additional Support), or contact email@example.com.
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 progress in their 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.
These programs are made possible through a generous grant from The Grainger Foundation.