Study Tips to Keep Learning Post-Spring Break

Hello RamFam!
As we get closer and closer to Spring Break, we also inch closer to a fully virtual semester for the remaining weeks after Spring Break. In order to help your student Keep Learning, we want to share the resources below that will hopefully act as a reminder of how your student can reach out if they are struggling academically or just need a little help.

TILT offers a range of academic success workshops, as well as video series based on time management, study tips, and success in online courses. All of that and more can be found here:

TILT also has a number of tutoring resources available for your student:


ACT 205, ACT 210, and ACT 220 students may utilize the Accounting Tutoring Lab for face-to-face and virtual 20-minute tutoring sessions BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Students must make an appointment online using the Accounting Tutoring Lab Calendar. Face-to-face appointments will meet a tutor outside of Rockwell 40.

ACT 205 students may access a variety of online resources in the Accounting Tutoring Lab.

(970) 491-5102

Meg Skeehan


One-on-one tutoring is available for adult learners and veterans through ALVS. Email Lisa Chandler to get connected to a tutor.

Email: Lisa Chandler


The mission of the Calculus Center is to improve student learning and academic performances for all students in our calculus courses. We support instruction that carefully considers student thinking and engages students as active participants in their learning process.

The Calculus Center provides help with the math content of the Calculus courses (Math 141, 155, 160, 161, 261 and 340), through Canvas discussion forums and an open Zoom meeting space. Online help hours are staffed by instructors (GTAs and Faculty) and student tutors.

All Calculus Center activities will take place online. Help hours, schedule, and meeting links are available through Canvas.

Calculus Center


The CLeRC has many resources available to undergraduate students that aims to improve student learning and academic performances for all students in our chemistry courses. We support both classroom and lab instruction and strive to engage students as active participants in their learning process.

All CLeRC activities will be online. Schedule and meeting links available through an open-enrollment Canvas shell

Website: Chemistry Learning Resource Center (CLeRC)


Tutoring is available to engineering students in math, physics, chemistry, and variety of engineering courses.

All tutoring is online: email for the Zoom link and more information

Website: Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering Academic Tutoring


The Help Desk hosts specific help times for CS 150, CS 163, CS 164, and CS 165. The TAs for the course manage the help desk and are available to help students with coding questions.

All CS Help Desk hours will take place online. Access it through the MS Team for your course.

Website: Computer Science Tutoring


The Native American Cultural Center provides tutoring in key subject areas. It is a free service to all Colorado State University students. For the fall semester, tutoring support is provided online via Zoom. Please visit the NACC website to see instructions how to access tutors.

(970) 491-1332

Website: Eagle Feather Tutoring


The Mechanical Engineering Student Ambassadors (MESA) host office hours Monday through Friday throughout the semester to provide free individual and small group tutoring for all courses in the MECH curriculum. They can also assist with other questions related to being a successful MECH student!

Website: Mechanical Engineering Tutoring (MESA)


The Precalculus Center offers online and face-to-face help for students taking Precalculus courses (MATH 117 through MATH 126), going through the Math Placement process, or using one of the placement Tutorials. The Center also provides a proctored testing center for Math Placement or Tutorial exams and exams in Precalculus Courses.

Students can access virtual help in the Precalculus Center through Canvas. See Announcements for instructions.

(970) 491-5761

PreCalculus Program


The Statistics Success Center is a resource for CSU students enrolled in introductory level STAT courses, regardless of their major. The SSC is staffed with Statistics instructors, graduate students, and undergraduate majors. We are dedicated to improving student success in the introductory statistics classes STAT 100, 201, 204, 301 and 307. We do not offer tutoring for any other classes.

All Statistics Success Center activities will take place online. Students can access the Center through Canvas.

Statistics Building – Room 006

Website: Statistics Success Center


TILT facilitates tutoring in a cohort-based setting for students enrolled in select courses. Students can choose to participate in twice-a-week group tutoring sessions with the same 12-15 students. These sessions reinforce active learning and help equip students to manage their weekly coursework more effectively.

(970) 491-3204

Website: TILT Tutoring

Writing Center

The CSU Writing Center provides face-to-face and online consultation for writers seeking help with traditional research papers or nontraditional digital media such as websites and blogs. The CSU Writing Center facilitates campus-based conversations about the importance and process of writing in different contexts and media.

(970) 491-0222

Website: The Writing Center


Your student can register for tutoring by scanning this QR code on their phone, and they can click the link below the QR code to be added to TILT’s Canvas course.

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S/U grading options are available as well. In Spring and Summer 2021, CSU will allow undergraduate students to elect the Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory (S/U) option in place of a traditional (A-F) letter grade. An S is equivalent to a C or above while a U designates a D or F but does not garner credit or negative impact on GPA. Graduate students should inquire in their own programs of study about use of these options. The SP21 undergraduate S/U grading deadline is Sunday, May 23, at 11:59 p.m. Students who request S/U grading by the deadline will have those grades included in Satisfactory Academic Progress Calculations for financial aid. In addition, CSU will offer the late course withdrawal option without tuition refund for all undergraduate and graduate students. Students may elect to withdraw from individual courses through May 7, the last day of class (prior to final exams). Thereafter, students must use a separate registration appeal process through the Office of the Registrar to seek a withdrawal after final exam week.