Student Success Center - Summer 2021
The tutors in our Student Success Center, Barnard Hall 259, are generally available to assist students in lower division computer science courses.
- The tutoring center will likely not be staffed during Summer 2021.
- In the fall, we anticipate that you can meet with tutors either in person or remotely. For remote consultation, the two of you can arrange how best to proceed (e.g. e-mail, text, phone, WebEx, Skype).
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IP denotes In-Person, Barnard Hall 259. TAs/Tutors will also be available via WebEX
V denotes Virtual meetings only via WebEx and Teams, please click on the Tutor/TAs WebEx link during their office hour(s)
- Where is the tutoring center located? Barnard Hall 259.
- What general tips do you have for learning computer science? Read these tips.
- Who can seek help? Students taking lower division computer science courses.
- Who are the tutors? Graduate Teaching Assistants, Computer Science majors, and members of AWC and ACM.
- When is the first day of tutoring? Monday, August 30th, 2021.
- When is the last day of tutoring? Friday, December 10th, 2021.
- Is the tutoring center open on MSU holidays? No.
- Can I volunteer to tutor? Yes! It requires a minimum commitment of 2 hours per week. Please e-mail Sharlyn.Izurieta@montana.edu
- Kudos, complaints or suggestions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- A tutor should be able to assist with the following first year courses: CSCI 107 (The Joy and Beauty of Computing), CSCI 127 (The Joy and Beauty of Data), CSCI 132 (Basic Data Structures and Algorithms) and CS 145 (Web Design).
- Some tutors will be able to assist with the following second year courses: CSCI 112 (C), CSCI 215 (Social & Ethical Issues), CSCI 232 (Data Structures and Algorithms) and CSCI 246 (Discrete Structures).
- Tutors are not experts and are not necessarily familiar with your assignment. Students seeking help on assignments should understand the assignment well enough to explain it.
- Tutors are available to answer targeted questions and to explain general concepts. Tutors are not there to do your work for you.
- If the tutor is a teaching assistant (see names below), that person has been hired to help with a specific course. The teaching assistant will prioritize his or her time so that students in that specific course have top priority.
- Both tutors and tutees should be polite and professional.
- Send suggestions for improvement and feedback to John Paxton.
- Teaching Assistants: TBA
- Undergraduate Course Assistants: TBA
- Sonderegger Tutors: TBA
- CSCI 495 Students: TBA
- Volunteers: TBA