Texas Tech University


EOC Tutoring Program

Our peer-tutoring program aims to support undergraduate engineering students in their academic journey by cultivating confidence, skills, and success. Our dedicated team of peer tutors offer personalized assistance, resources, and guidance tailored to your needs. Whether you need help with a specific concept, homework, projects, or a comprehensive understanding of engineering principles, our tutors are here to assist you.

Tutoring Schedule

Spring 2024 Tutoring Schedule Link

Courses available for EOC peer tutoring for Spring 2024: 

  • MATH 1451: Calculus I with Applications
  • MATH 1452: Calculus II with Applications
  • ENGR 1320: Bio-Inspired Design for Engineers
  • ENGR 2392: Engineering Ethics and Its Impact on Society
  • IE 2341: Engineering Statistics I
  • MATH 3342: Mathematical Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
  • ME 2322: Engineering Thermodynamics I

On-Campus Tutoring Resources

The Learning Center  
Drane Hall
The Learning Center offers FREE drop-in tutoring in subjects such as Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accounting, and Engineering (and many others).

Supplemental Instruction  
Drane Hall  
Free peer-to-peer learning experience in an interactive group environment led by SI Leaders (undergraduate students) who have previously earned an A in the course. 

Residential Tutoring  
Residence Halls (Chitwood/Weymouth, Knapp, Bledsoe, Gates, and Murray)
The Residential Tutoring program is designed to provide academic services for students living in the residence halls at Texas Tech University. Residential Tutoring is a completely free service provided for all on-campus students during convenient hours and close to home

University Writing Centers 
Weeks Hall, Third Floor 
The Writing Centers of Texas Tech serve students from all majors and disciplines as they work to develop excellent written communication skills through one-to-one consultations, writing groups, workshops, resources, and other innovative programming. Our services are specialized for undergraduate and graduate students.

TECHniques Center 
Weeks Hall 
The TECHniques Center is a fee-for-service program of Student Disability Services (SDS) that provides supplemental academic support services to meet the needs and to promote the retention of undergraduate students with documented evidence of learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD or ADHD), and/or Autism Spectrum disorders. Our goal is to support students in becoming independent, self-advocates, accomplishing their educational goals, and making education accessible to those who learn differently.

EOC Tutoring is Sponsored by ConocoPhillips

EOC Calculus I & II Tutoring is Sponsored by Phillips66

For information on tutoring resources currently available, email the EOC at eoc.coe@ttu.edu.