College of Engineering Tutoring Program


The SDSU College of Engineering tutoring program is free to SDSU students and facilitated by the SDSU MESA program.  Tutors are SDSU students in good standing with the university and have previously taken the course and earned a high letter grade.  

Tutoring approaches can vary based on the number of students present.  1-on-1, small group, virtual, and other tutoring approaches may be used, as decided by tutor, faculty, and staff. 

Courses offered are based on budget, tutor availability, room availability, SDSU Analytic Studies & Institutional Research data of high-need courses, impaction criteria, and department discretion for undergraduate engineering majors.

The tutoring program does not share tutor contact information nor arrange private tutoring between tutors and any students.  For questions about the Tutoring Program, please contact [email protected].

Fall 2023

Tutoring is expected to begin in early September.  To view the Tutoring Schedule for a course, click on the course title link. 

The link will open up a Google Calendar view, with the course tutoring session days, times, locations, and updates to sessions (such as cancellations). 

In-person tutoring is held in the Daisy Galeana & Theresa M. Garcia MESA Collaborative Annex, E216A (view room calendar) (located within the Center for Student Success in Engineering, E216).



Tutoring Program Student Assistant


AE 280

Methods of Analysis workshop


Jack Caron

AE / ME 200



Tutor has been hired and is going through HR clearance process.  Start date is undetermined.

CIVE 225

Mechanics for Civil Engineers


For further assistance in STEM courses, visit:

Tutoring Program Flyers

Fall 2023 Tutor Job Announcement

Tutor Job Description

Tutor Job Description of Duties

Fall 2023 Tutor Job Application*

* You'll need to be logged into your account in order to access the Tutor Job Application.

The Tutor Job Application will open if there is still a need to recruit after existing/returning tutors are processed.