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Tutoring Resources

ConocoPhillips Computer Science Learning Center
Mondays & Wednesdays: 8:30AM-12PM
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 10AM-3PM

Courses: COSC 1336, 1437, 2306, 2436
Tutoring can be in-person (PGH 233) or online (MS Teams). You may indicate your preference when scheduling your appointment

Scholar Enrichment Program Tutoring
Days/timee vary by course and tutor
Via MS Teams

Courses: COSC 1336, 1437, 2436, and BIOL, CHEM, COSC, MATH, PHYS
Join: Visit the SEP website for join details and schedule

LAUNCH Peer Tutoring
Days/timee vary by course and tutor
In-Person and via MS Teams

Courses: COSC 1336, 1437, 2436, 3320, and MATH, BIOL, CHEM, ENGL, and many others.
Join: Visit the LAUNCH page join details and schedule

CASA Tutoring Center
Days/Times varies by course and tutor
Via MS Teams

Courses: MATH
Join: Visit CASA website for join details and schedule

CougarCS Tutoring (student organization)
Via Discord

Courses: COSC 1336, 1437, 2436, 2425, 3320, 3380
Join: Visit the CougarCS Tutoring page for details and discord link

Academic Success Resources

LAUNCH—Learning Advancements for UNdergraduate Cougars of Houston

Career Resources

University Career ServicesUCS offers a multitude of services to assist students on their pathway to success. Engage with career counselors through one-on-one career planning workshops - ranging from mock interviews, resume critiques, to job hunting. Through building these skills, students and alumni are empowered to investigate their pathways and network with employers to find the right industry for them.

STEM Career Video Series - advice from our alumni covering multiple topics to assist in student success. Below are the topics covered.

  • The first C, beware of the “I have this” attitude as an entering freshmen, cramming, using the TAs and study groups
  • Sitching majors, networking
  • Family support, finances, time management, the first F
  • Rural high school with a class of 11 versus the 300 person lecture hall, valedictorian but failed first class and how to recover
  • Changing majors
  • Failing the first exam and recovery
  • Importance of student activities and leadership experiences
  • Paying for school yourself and dealing with parent illness

External Resources

  • AccessComputing - The Alliance for Access to Computing Careers (AccessComputing) helps students with disabilities successfully pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in computing fields, and works to increase the capacity of postsecondary institutions and other organizations to fully include students with disabilities in computing courses and programs. This is a National Science Foundation funded project that provides mentoring, tutoring, job placement assistance, and funding for career development activities for students with disabilities in computing-related fields.