Shell Tutoring Program for Spring 2023

With the generous support of Shell, the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering is able to offer tutoring in the ME and COE classes listed below.  Tutoring runs through the last official day of class excluding final exams, official school breaks and reading days.  Tutoring this semester will be done virtually through Zoom or in-person.  For the virtual sessions, click on the link behind each time to connect to the tutor remotely.

ME and COE Class Tutoring Schedule

COE 2001 - Statics

  • Monday, 6 PM - 8 PM, Xinyi's Zoom Link
  • Tuesday, 6 PM - 8 PM, In person on the 4th Floor of MRDC
  • Wednesday, 6 PM - 8 PM, Xinyi's Zoom Link
  • Thursday, 6 PM - 8 PM, In person on the 4th Floor of MRDC

COE 3001 - Deformable Bodies

ME 2016 - Computing Techniques

  • Tuesday, 6 PM - 8 PM, In person on the 4th Floor of MRDC
  • Thursday, 6 PM - 8 PM, Jun's Zoom Link

ME 2202 - Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

ME 3017 - System Dynamics

  • Tuesday, 6 PM - 8 PM, In-person on the 4th Floor of MRDC
  • Thursday, 6 PM - 8 PM, Athrey's Zoom Link

ME 3322 - Thermodynamics

ME 3340 - Fluid Mechanics

ME 3345 - Heat Transfer

Free Online Courses for COE 2001, COE 3001, ME 2202 and ME 3180

Some of our ME professors has developed on-line versions of statics, dynamics and deformable bodies (mechanics of materials).  These courses are continuously available for all students.

COE 2001 - Statics

COE 3001 - Deformable Bodies

ME 2202 - Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

ME 3180 - Machine Design

  • Machine Design Part 1 - Fundamental mechanical design topics, such as static and fatigue failure theories, the analysis of shafts, fasteners, and gears, and the design of mechanical systems

Tutoring Options

  • One-on-One tutoring is a free, appointment-based tutoring program offered to all undergraduate students. They offer tutoring in many courses including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, math, computer science, physics, etc.  
  • Drop-In Tutoring is provided for many of high demand courses including math, computer science, chemistry and physics. No appointments are necessary.  These sessions are offered in a combination of virtual and in-person options.  
  • Peer-Led Undergraduate Study (PLUS) Sessions provide opportunities for students enrolled in traditionally challenging courses to work together to review course content, develop learning and study strategies, and prepare for exams. These voluntary sessions are offered several times each week and are facilitated by peer leaders (PLUS leaders) who have already successfully completed the course.  Courses include math, physics, chemistry, and more.  
  • Learning Assistant Program facilitates student learning and small group discussions inside the classroom. 
  • Communications Center is available to help students with things like multimodal projects for ENGL classes and reports or presentations for upper level classes.
  • The Office of Minority Education (OMED) offers several tutoring options for students including walk-in tutoring services, guided study groups, study sessions, concept class reviews and focus on physics sessions.  All students are invited to these sessions. 
  • The Learning Assistance Program  is offered by the Freshman Experience program and offers evening tutoring in the dorms during fall and spring semesters. 

Academic Support

  • Academic Coaching provides students with a chance to work individually with professional staff members to improve their academic skills, confidence and performance.
  • Exploratory Advising is a process that focuses on cross-curricular academic advising, career assessment, guided exploration of majors and careers, and programming to allow students opportunities to explore different fields; our students can discover their passions and make an informed decision on a major.
  • The Success Summit is a once a semester half-day program especially designed for Tech students who want to make changes and improve academically. Students attending Summit participate in a series of workshops and panels to help them set goals for the upcoming semester.
  • Reading Day Study Sessions are available at the end of each term.  
  • GT2801: Study Strategies Seminar is a 1 credit, grade-bearing course for students on Academic Probation. GT2801 provides a solution-based opportunity to learn skills, strategies, and ways of thinking that will assist in restoring your scholastic standing.

Academic Assistance Workshops

Several departments on campus offer free Academic Help workshops during fall and spring semesters. These include Study Skills, Test Taking, Stress Reduction, Time Management, etc.

  • Counseling Center - Click here for a list of academic workshops about wellness and stress management.
  • Office of Undergraduate Education - They offer web resources and on-demand academic workshops including time management, exam preparation, overcoming procrastination, etc.

Counseling Center Resources

The Center for Assessment, Referral and Education (CARE) is committed to the health and well-being of our campus community. They are the first stop for students who are seeking counseling options.  Call to sent up an appointment with them.

The Counseling Center offers free mental health counseling services to all currently enrolled Georgia Tech students, as well as psychoeducational testing services, stress management and wellness workshops, and in-house focus groups to help clients connect over shared experiences.  Their programs include:

  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Collegiate Recovery Program
  • Peer Coaching
  • Mental Health Portal
  • Diversity Events
  • Tech Ends Suicide Together
  • Let's Talk: Walk-In Counseling Services

Summary of Academic Assistance for Summer 2022 PDF

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