(Spotlight) Engineering Learning Center

Do you need help with your engineering classes? Look no further as the Engineering Learning Center provides assistance with daily course homework and concepts in ENGR1133, ENGR1731, and ENGR1121.

Not only can students receive the help they need, but given the student-led tutoring, the “study hall” is a great opportunity to meet and make friends with peers in their program. Stand-out students are hand selected and hired to be of student assistance.

The ELC is equipped with six PCs with relevant software, copies of textbooks and even a coffee maker to give you that extra boost.

“Students are able to obtain internships, for us in engineering it is vital to have some kind of
experience and this serves as their “work experience,” said faculty advisor Dr. Priya Goeser.

Tutors may also be able to help students with math and science courses such as Calculus I-III, Physics I-II, and Chemistry I.
A unique part of the ELC is that they have a Discord Server. Meaning you don’t have to be physically present in order to have a question answered. Tutors will be available to respond to pending questions when they are on schedule.

After being asked why she likes being a tutor, Anna Caballero had this to say “ I have always been a person that people gravitate to when they need help, so in a sense, the shoe just fits”.

The Engineering Learning Center is located in University hall room 240 and is open from 10. am to 5. pm Monday through Friday, although students are welcome to use the study hall at any time.

For any other additional information or questions, contact pgoeser@georgiasouthern.edu or simply stop by.