Can I work with other students and the tutor in a study group?
Yes, you can! When you sign up for a tutoring appointment you can invite other emails to join! Just make sure you coordinate with your study buddies so they can all get on Zoom with you, and keep the numbers manageable for your tutor.
I just want to work with a specific tutor, can I do that?
Definitely! Just find their tutor profile below and click on their personal Calendly link to schedule an appointment with them.
I need help with a general engineering or applied science class, where do I go?
Calendly makes sure that for the 30 minutes you’re working with your tutor, nobody else will interrupt.
What if I have to cancel or reschedule?
Calendly sends you a confirmation email with the option to cancel or reschedule. If you have to cancel or reschedule please let your tutor know!
Is BOLD SSC tutoring still free and available for every undergraduate CU Boulder student in CEAS, even during maymester and summer?
What platform do you use to tutor online?
We use Zoom.
Helping students achieve their dreams.
Sponsored by Chevronthrough their University Partnership Program, the BOLD Student Success Center (SSC) provides free, drop-in tutoring for a wide variety of courses throughout the academic year. Open to all engineering students Sunday through Friday, the SSC is a space for students to ask questions, get extra help or polish their skills in a friendly and mutually supportive setting. With a convenient schedule and friendly, encouraging tutors, the SSC is a great resource for anyone who wants a leg up on their coursework. Students who take advantage of the SSC earn GPAs one-half to a whole letter grade higher compared to those who do not.
Our team is staffed by trained graduate and undergraduate students who demonstrate strong skills in their area of expertise, ranging from general courses like Calculus and Chemistry to more specialized upper-division courses like Circuits, Material & Energy Balances, and Thermodynamics. This detailed listing of tutors by discipline and course helps students connect with peers in their field. By meeting with colleagues who've taken your same course, you'll get the in-touch, specific support you deserve.