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 166 WVH. Upper Class tutors emphasize support for courses beyond Discrete Structures, Fundamentals I and Fundamentals II. Please bring your laptop.
Schedule and tutor information for current term:
**Additional Tutor Times May be Added Soon**
Monday 6-9pm Jeff Wallace
Jeff is a middler studying toward a combined degree in Computer Science and Physics. He has completed one co-op at Basis Technologies, working on an open-source digital forensics application. This summer, he will be joining Charles River Analytics’ Decision Management Group for his second co-op. Outside of class, Jeff enjoys reading, tinkering with electronics, and playing ice hockey. He can help with Software Development, Object-Oriented Design, Logic and Computation, Fundies 1 & 2, and Discrete Structures. Additionally, he can be a resource for Algorithms and Data, Calculus 1, 2, & 3, and Differential Equation.
Tuesday 6-9pm Eric Chin
Eric is a senior studying computer science and has spent three coops with the U.S. Department of Defense. In his spare time, he enjoys reading epics and classics (mostly of the British variety), drinking a nice espresso, climbing, running, taking pictures, and if he’s feeling particularly adventurous, taking an aimless journey into the wild. He’s more than happy to tutor for Object-Oriented Design, Algorithms and Data, Computer Organization, Network Security, . He can also be a resource for Networking Fundamentals, Probability and Statistics, and Theory of Computation as well.
Wednesday 7-10pm Matthew Manomivibul
Matt is a middler studying computer science, he is currently working as a iOS developer on co-op at PayPal. In his spare time he enjoys playing video games, browsing the web and exploring the great outdoors. His focus will be on Object-Oriented Design, Theory of Computation, Computer Organization and Logic & Computation. He can also be a resource for Fundies 1 & 2, Discrete Structures, Probability & Statistics as well as Calculus 1 & 2.
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: 101 Lake Hall
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