Student Resources

Physics Tutoring

Free tutoring for physics is available Monday-Friday from 9a.m.-5p.m. The tutoring takes place in room E109 of the engineering building and is conducted by graduate students that rotate on the hour. If you would like to see a certain tutor constantly, see the schedule here for when they are available each week.

TILT Tutoring

Other tutoring options are offered by The Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT). TILT tutoring is available for mathematics and sciences such as physics, biology and chemistry. Their tutoring schedule can be found here. TILT also offers many academic success help options, including academic skills workshops and one-on-one academic coaching.

Adult Learners and Veterans Services

Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS) aims to support non-traditional students in their transition to Colorado State University. ALVS provides a broad range of resources to aid in the advancement of adult and veteran students both academically and professionally.

Women in Physics (WIP)

Women in Physics is an undergraduate student group that works to encourage more women to get involved in physics. You don’t have to be a woman to be involved, you just have to support women in the sciences. If this sounds interesting to you, please click here for more information.

Society of Physics Students

The Society of Physics Students (SPS) is an all-inclusive club that seeks to bolster a community amongst students who are interested in the field of Physics. The SPS chapter at CSU tries to center the chapter around academic involvement presented in a fun and meaningful manner. If this sounds interesting to you, please click here for more information.

Resources for Disabled Students (RDS)

RDS provides support for students with both permanent and temporary limitations and chronic illness/health conditions (physical and mental health).  Limitations include, but are not limited to, mobility, hearing, seeing, and learning.  Chronic illness/health conditions include, but are not limited to, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, celiac, and concussion. To see what RDS can do for students and how to contact RDS, click here.

Academic Advancement Center (AAC)

The Academic Advancement Center helps low-income, first-generation college students, foster youth, and students with disabilities to stay in college through time management, study habits sessions, test taking strategies, stress management consults, peer mentoring, and tutoring. For more information about the AAC, click here.