Free in-person drop-in tutoring is offered starting the third week of the semester and finishing the last day of classes.
The tutoring center is located inside the Geneva Rock Study Room (MCE 1030B, see map below).
Tutoring Center Hours
|10:00am - 12:45pm;|
1:30pm - 4:00pm
|10:00am - 4:00pm||10:00am - 12:45pm;|
1:30pm - 4:00pm
|10:00am - 4:00pm||11:00am - 2:00pm|
- The tutoring center is closed during University closures –
Zoom appointments are available for other hours. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Meet Our Tutors
My name is Shayne Curson and I am a Civil Engineering student emphasizing in water resources and Environmental Engineering. I chose to study Civil Engineering because I believe it provides a sense of fulfillment career-wise due to the direct impact Civil Engineers have on the community around them. My hobbies include mountain biking and cooking, and my favorite class I've taken at the U is CVEEN 6115: Data Science & Machine Learning.
Hi, I'm Josh Thompson and I am a junior in the Civil and Environmental Engineering program. I chose Civil Engineering because I love to build things and I hope to make building and infrastructure designs that improve cities and communities. So far, my favorite class has been Statics. In my free time I like to hike, snowboard, and play video games with friends.
I'm Marwan Hassan, a Construction Engineering student who was born and raised in Egypt. Choosing Construction as my major was due to my love of seeing my work help other people while volunteering building roofs on houses on trips as a teenager. My favorite course so far has been geotechnical engineering, which I also help with at the tutor center, because my professor teaches it (Dr. Shahrzad Roshankhah). My hobbies include working out, reading and travelling to learn about all kinds of cultures.
Monday: 10:00am-11:30am and 1:30pm-4:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am-10:30am and 2:30pm-4:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am-10:30am and 2:30pm-4:00pm
Ever since I was a young boy making stick houses for bugs in my backyard I knew I wanted to become someone who would build and create new structures. I chose the Civil Engineering program for a way to start my journey as a Professional Engineer and gain a better understanding of the world around us. I am now in my senior year here at the University of Utah and my favorite class has definitely been structural analysis. This class gave me a glimpse of what it will be like working in the industry and inspired me to take structural analysis 2 where I was able to create a strong relationship with Dr. Zhu and actually ended up doing some undergraduate research with him during the summer of 2023.
My name is Antonio Cabello and I am a Civil Engineering student with an emphasis in transportation. I chose Civil Engineering as my major because I believe it is the most effective way to change our local neighborhoods for the better. Through improving the designs of the roads and bridges we use every day, we can reach a better future for everyone! My favorite class at the U has been Statics (CVEEN 2010) for its thoroughness in explaining the fundamental math behind everything an engineer does.
I’m Brenden McIntyre and I’m a senior in the Civil & Environmental Engineering department. I chose this field because I enjoy problem solving, building things of my design, and I want to make a direct impact on the world around me. In my spare time I like to go on hikes, camp, and cook. My favorite class I have taken so far is Steel I.
We offer help with the following classes:
CVEEN 1000 - Intro to Civil Engineering
CVEEN 2010 - Statics
CVEEN 2140 - Strengths of Materials
CVEEN 2310 - Probability and Statistics
CVEEN 2320 - Engineering Economics
CVEEN 3210 - Structural Analysis
CVEEN 3310 - Geotechnical Engineering
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