Undergraduate Tutoring

Discrete Structures, Fundamentals I and Fundamentals II

The tutors are nominated by instructors, and receive tutoring training. Tutor schedules can be seen on the individual class websites. Tutoring operates on a first come, first served basis:

Discrete Structures (CS 1800): link to current website here

Fundamentals I (CS 2500): link to current website here 

Fundamentals II (CS 2510): link to current website here

Upper Class Tutoring

Tutors are generally juniors and seniors nominated by advisors. Tutors receive tutoring training. Tutors operate on a first come, first served basis located in 462. Upper Class tutors emphasize support for courses beyond Discrete Structures, Fundamentals I and Fundamentals II. Please bring your laptop. 

CCIS Tutor Schedule for 1/15/15-4/22/15:

Sundays 2-6pm James McNamara

Mondays 6-9pm Jeff Wallace

Tuesdays 7-9pm James McNamara

Wednesdays 6-9pm Liam Fratturo

Thursdays 7-10pm James McNamara

Location: 462 WVH

Tutors

James McNamara

James McNamara is a senior studying Computer Science and Math. He’s dabbled in a variety of software fields, from mobile, web, and Oculus Rift apps at his last co-op (Yeti, a San Francisco app development start-up), to quantitative modeling and research at Credit Suisse in Chicago, to even business information and operations software at the US Embassy in South Africa and Boston based hedge fund, GMO. James will happily assist you in Algorithms, Theory of Computation, OOD, and Artificial Intelligence, and can be a resource for Computer Systems, Programming Languages, and many math courses. Just come in and ask!

Jeff Wallace

Jeff is a junior studying toward a combined degree in Computer Science and Physics. He has completed two co-ops in Software Engineering positions: one at Basis Technologies and most recently at Charles River Analytics. This summer, he will join Lockheed Martin as a Software Engineer in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania for his final co-op. Outside of class, Jeff enjoys reading, tinkering with electronics, and playing ice hockey. He can help with Software Development, Object-Oriented Design, and Algorithms and Data. Additionally, he can be a resource for Calculus 1, 2, & 3, Differential Equations, and Physics courses.

Liam Fratturo

Liam is a junior pursuing a degree in Computer Science and Game Design, currently working with Cult Quiet as a full-time programmer.  He spends his spare time reading, making and playing video games, and watching anime.  He can help with Computer Systems, Object-Oriented Design, Theory of Computation, Logic and Computation, and Human Computer Interaction.  He can also provide assistance with Calculus 1 through 3, Linear Algebra, and Math Fundamentals for Games.

Peer Tutoring Program

Northeastern’s Peer Tutoring Program offers a wide range of tutoring services for many introductory level courses and some upper-level courses in the NU Core.

Office: 1 Meserve Hall (moved from 101 Lake Hall)

Phone: 617-373-8931

One-on-one Peer Tutoring appointments can be scheduled via myNEU under TUTORING

The Writing Center

The Writing Center offers in-person consulting for any level writer. They also offer online consulting and classroom visits.

Office: 412 Holmes Hall

Mondays 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesdays 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Schedule appointments online at www.northeastern.edu/english/writing-center