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Undergraduate Program Resources

M.E.S.A. Mechanical Engineering Student Assistants

Mechanical engineering peers support first-year mechanical engineering students in the transition to the mechanical engineering program, the College of Engineering, and the broader university community. Email the M.E.S.A. support team at mesa.csu.me@gmail.com. https://sites.google.com/a/rams.colostate.edu/mesa/home

Academic Village (AV)

The College of Engineering offers free drop-in tutoring/ extended study and exam review at Academic Village Monday through Thursday, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., in Room C147, located by the east entrance of the C Wing.

Tutoring Schedule


The Institute for Learning and Teaching conducts tutoring in math and sciences (Thursday through Sunday) and a variety of academic success help options, including academic skills workshops and one-on-one academic coaching sessions. http://tilt.colostate.edu/learning/tutoring/

Adult Learners and Veterans Services (ALVS)

ALVS supports the transition, education, leadership, and involvement of adult learners and student veterans to strengthen academic achievement. http://adultstudents.colostate.edu/

CSU Writing Center

The CSU Writing Center offers consultations to students for various types of writing assignments, from essays and research papers to electronic assignments such as websites and blogs. http://writingcenter.colostate.edu/

Women and Minorities in Engineering (WMEP)

WMEP supports all engineering students in an inclusive and supportive setting. From small group tutoring, usage of a computer lab, to study groups, and engineering student organization support, you’ll find resources here. http://www.engr.colostate.edu/engineering-success-center/

Career Services

Learn about internships, co-op opportunities and jobs, personality and career assessment, resume, cover letter and personal statement assistance; interview skills, practice interviews, and career fairs by visiting the CSU Career Center and Engineering Career Services; or get employer connections through CareerRAM.

Resources for Students with Disabilities (RDS)

RDS focuses on accommodation, awareness, and advocacy. Services include alternative testing/ transportation, interpreting, and note taking. RDS is located at 100 General Services Building. Phone: 970-491-6385 (V/TDD) http://rds.colostate.edu/home

Academic Advancement Center (AAC)

Academic Advancement Center helps low-income, first-generation college students, foster youth, and students with disabilities to stay in college through time management and study habits sessions, test taking strategies, stress management consults, peer mentoring, and tutoring help. http://www.aac.colostate.edu/home

CSU Counseling Services/ CSU Health Network

Professional staff comprised of licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, and graduate students provide counseling in a confidential setting. Academic difficulties, crisis intervention; individual, couple, and group counseling are just some of the issues that can be addressed at CSU Health Network. Call 970-491-6053 or visit http://health.colostate.edu/services/counseling-services/.

Center for Advising and Student Achievement (CASA)

Stop in at CASA for major exploration and self-assessment counseling in the TILT Building. 970-491-7095. http://www.casa.colostate.edu/

Hartshorn Health Center

The Hartshorn Health Center provides health care, comprehensive health education, and prevention programming. The Hartshorn Health Building is located at 600 South Drive, phone 970- 491-7121 or http://health.colostate.edu/make-an-appointment/.

Study Abroad

The Study Abroad staff are your resource for opportunities abroad. They can help you to research programs and to narrow your abroad destination, identify options that meet University requirements for credit transfer and answer any study abroad questions you might have. Consider a study abroad opportunity. http://educationabroad.colostate.edu/

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