Engineering Success Center

Tutoring is provided in ENG 104 by upper level students for most lower level engineering courses. A list of courses tutored can be found on their website, and is updated semesterly.

Academic Success Center Tutoring Hub

The Academic Success Center offers USF students tutoring assistance in a wide variety of subjects. Help is available on a drop-in basis or via appointments in a collaborative peer-to-peer group setting. A list of the courses tutored can be found in Courses Tutored. If you don't see what you're looking for, go to the ASC in LIB 206 during the hours of operation and let them know what you need.


Engineering Academic Advising

The Office of Student Services provides undergraduate academic advising to prospective students, newly admitted students, and continuing students within the College of Engineering. We advise all students whose major is general engineering, specifically students not yet admitted to their department. General Engineering major students are required to meet with one of the academic advisors every semester prior to registration for the next semester. Walk-in hours can be found on their website and online request for an appointment can be done here.

Engineering LLC

The Engineering Living & Learning Community (ELLC) is an on-campus residential learning community designed for students majoring in engineering. The ELLC is intended primarily for first-year students enrolled in their first year of college. However, a limited number of former ELLC residents are allowed to return for a second year. Many serve as mentors. The program is a collaborative effort between the USF College of Engineering and Housing & Residential Education. The ELLC is an academic program that emphasizes scholarship, community, involvement, and leadership. Residents of the ELLC are expected to perform academically while enjoying the many opportunities for social engagement made possible by the program.

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