Resources marked with an * are free for students to utilize!
*Drop In: The members of HKN offer drop-in help sessions for entry-level EECS courses as follows: EECS 183, EECS 203, EECS 215, EECS 270, EECS 280, EECS 281, and EECS 314. Tutors can also help with ENGR 101.
Private: Typically available in the third week of the term, printed copies of this term’s private tutor list are offered at both EECS Advising Offices. This list is not vetted or monitored by the department but compiled as a courtesy to help connect students with peers offering tutoring services, some of which may be fee-based.
The Engineering Learning Center (ELC) is a resource for academic support for engineering students. The ELC offers a 24-hour study area with CAEN-supported computers and offers a variety of academic support services including free peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction sessions for selected first and second-year courses, academic skill development workshops on topics such as time management and study skills, and practice exam sessions. Staff of the ELC are also available for individual consultation on matters related to academic skill development.
Offers opportunities for CoE students to gain international experience and be successful in the global engineering profession.
The Math Lab is a walk-in tutoring service available free to all U-M students. Located in B860 East Hall, the Math Lab provides free tutoring for mathematics courses numbered through 217. Though help is not regularly available for other courses, we will attempt to answer the questions of any U-M student who comes to us for mathematics help.
A website that serves random problems from past exams given in courses at the University of Michigan. Courses include Chem 130, EECS 314, MCDB 310, Physics 135/1400/235/240, and Stats 250
Includes resources for navigating your degree.
Science Learning Center (SLC) – (Main Location in 1720 Chemistry and Satellite Location in 2165 Undergraduate Science Building (USB))
- The SLC provides academic support to students enrolled in many biology, chemistry, and physics courses through study groups, tutoring (drop-in, appointment-based, and online), and GSI office hours.
The Teaching and Technology Collaborative (TeachTech) works to help U-M faculty and instructors learn and incorporate technology into their teaching and research. Our member consultants and their representative units work together to connect you to a wide variety of services and experts from across the University of Michigan campus. This can be through consultations, workshops, collaborations, and other activities.
Transfer Credit Guidelines and process
Before registering for classes at another institution or college, please talk to your academic or program advisor. You may also find the transfer credit equivalency database here to see what classes you are looking to take may look like when transferred to the College of Engineering. LSA transfer credit guidelines can be found here.