In the College of Engineering (COE) we are dedicated to providing the support resources students need to be successful. Check out the information below about COE and campus resources available to students. Don't see what you need? Just ask!
COE Tutoring Services
Other Tutoring Resources
Commonly Used Resources for Engineering Students
- COE Advising Information: Perhaps the most useful resource on campus is your academic advisor. Advisors are familiar with campus and what it offers and can guide you in the right direction. Importantly, academic advisors provide guidance on your degree plan and assist with the registration process. In fact, in many cases, you cannot register without meeting with an advisor.
- Academic Success Center (ASC): If you are struggling with things like time management or study habits, or if you're just not sure where to start, the Academic Success Center (ASC) is your go-to resource. They have loads of good information, both online or in-person.
- The Writing Center: Many students also wrestle with writing and the writing process. The Writing Center on campus comprises three programs; notably, the Undergrad Research and Writing Studio is a great resource if you're searching for writing help.
- Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) Offering peer-tutors and GTAs to help with math, sciences and writing. Located on the main floor of the Valley Library.
- Library Engineering Databases: A service offered through OSU library academic support.
- Disability Access Services (DAS): Disability Access Services (DAS) is the office who can help you receive accommodations if you have a learning disability or temporary injury. They can also assist with housing accommodations, service animals and more.
- University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Offers a variety of services, including personal counseling and academic success workshops such as “Reducing Test Anxiety” and “How to Study in Less Time and Do Better.”
- Resources for Veterans: Provides links to various service related benefits including medical, home loans, and education benefits. The site also provides links to both State of Oregon and Federal resources.
- Center for Diversity and Inclusion: A program which has many support services such as academic advising, study tables as well as opportunities to network with faculty.