Peer Tutoring Program

The CS department is sponsoring help/tutoring sessions for undergraduate courses. Tutors will be available in the computer lab on the second floor of Farris, Room 2065. They’ll be available on a walk-in basis to talk one-on-one about questions you may have on classes — programming assignments, proofs, projects, language syntax, etc. Tutors are capable of tutoring 2XX- and 3XX-level courses. Questions about 4XX courses are welcome but tutors may not have direct experience with your topic.

Alyshia

CS 105L

Intro to Computer Programming

CS 152L

Computer Programming Fundament

CS 241L

Data Organization

CS 251L

Intermediate Programming

CS 261

Math Foundations of CS

CS 293

Soc & Ethical Issues in Comp

CS 351L

Design of Large Programs

CS 361L

Data Struct & Algorithms

ECE 238L

Computer Logic Design

Preferred Programming Languages

C, Github*, Java, SQL, VHDL

Kage

CS 152L

Computer Programming Fundament

CS 241L

Data Organization

CS 251L

Intermediate Programming

CS 261

Math Foundations of CS

CS 293

Soc & Ethical Issues in Comp

CS 351L

Design of Large Programs

CS 357L

Declarative Programming

CS 491

T: Advanced Game Development

ECE 238L

Computer Logic Design

Preferred Programming Languages

C#, Java, Haskell

Andrew

CS 151L

Programming Fund Non-majors

CS 152L

Computer Programming Fundament

CS 241L

Data Organization

CS 251L

Intermediate Programming

CS 261

Math Foundations of CS

CS 293

Soc & Ethical Issues in Comp

CS 341L

Intro to Comp Arch & Org

CS 351L

Design of Large Programs

CS 361L

Data Struct & Algorithms

ECE 238L

Computer Logic Design

Preferred Programming Languages

C, Github*, Java

Luke

CS 241L

Data Organization

CS 251L

Intermediate Programming

CS 261

Math Foundations of CS

CS 293

Soc & Ethical Issues in Comp

CS 341L

Intro to Comp Arch & Org

CS 351L

Design of Large Programs

CS 357L

Declarative Programming

CS 361L

Data Struct & Algorithms

CS 362

Data Struct & Algorithms II

CS 427

Intro to Al

CS 460

Software Engineering

ECE 238L

Computer Logic Design

Preferred Programming Languages

C, Haskell, Java, SQL

The Computer Science tutors have adjusted their schedules to provide for greater coverage. 

CS tutors cover all 200-level courses

Q: Are there tutoring hours during breaks/university holidays?
A: We don’t have any fixed, scheduled hours during university holidays. If a student needs to meet during a break, please contact us. We *may* be able to set up a special meeting time.

Q: Are there tutoring hours during Finals Week?
A: Yes! There are times during Finals Week, but they will be different than the normal times. The Final Hours table will list the hours.

Q: I can’t make the tutoring times! But I really need help! Can you help?
A: Students can attempt to make an appointment with one of the tutors. The tutors will try to find a good time to help, but they are busy with classes too. In addition, try messaging the AIM username csundergradhelp or the emailing the tutors at csundergradhelp@cs.unm.edu.