College of Science and Engineering

College of Science and Engineering Tutoring Center


The College of Science and Engineering Tutoring Centers open the second Wednesday of the semester through Finals Week. There is no tutoring when there are no classes (snow days, holidays, breaks, between semesters, or during the summer). If you are in need of tutoring services for summer courses please contact individual departments for information regarding availability of tutors.

Please click on the calendars below to view available times and locations of the tutors per department. The calendars also show if the tutoring session is in-person practicing social distancing, or online using Zoom with the meeting information provided.

Please note, the Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome browsers are recommended for accessing the schedule calendars.

All in-person attendees are to follow the our rules to Protect the Pack -masks are required, tutor rooms are set-up for social distancing with limited room capacity, and hand sanitizer and wipes are available.

All sessions, in-person or online, will function like a drop-in tutoring sessions, no appointments are required. Tutors will respond to questions on a first-come/first-served basis; all participants will benefit from the review. The Tutoring Centers prioritize support for subjects identified as being in high demand.

Please email Dr. Petitto at with any questions or concerns.

More Information

Students in the College of Science and Engineering classes can get help from tutors, on a walk-in basis. Bring your assignment, St. Cloud State ID card and questions about your homework.

Here are the tutoring locations:

  • Biology is in WSB 202-1
  • Math Education is in ECC 136
  • Engineering, Statistics, Computing, and Hydrologic Sciences are in ISELF 230
  • Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics is in ISELF 332
  • Computer Science is in ECC 127
  • Atmospheric Science is in WSB-119

Tutoring is primarily for students in 100- and 200-level courses. 

We cannot guarantee assistance for 300- and 400- level classes. Consider making an office appointment with a professor.

Tutors do not complete homework for students. They cannot instruct students about content students missed while absent.

Students check-in when they arrive and check-out as they leave.

The tutoring spaces can be used by study groups.

Click on the links below to find the current tutoring schedules:

Tutoring Spaces



Engineering, Statistics, Computing, and Atmospheric/Hydrologic Sciences

Physics, and Math

biology stats stats2 math tutor
WSB 202-1 ECC 136 ISELF 230 ISELF 332

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