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The Computer Science Mentor Center


The Computer Science Mentor Center welcomes students of Computer Science and Software Engineering who are studying Discrete Mathematics and Programming to augment and integrate their classroom learning. A solid understanding of Computer Programming and Discrete Mathematics is essential to the success of Computer Science and Software Engineering students. The Mentor Center provides focused learning activities to help students gain this expertise.

The Mentor Center is open 7 days a week. It offers a variety of services designed to enhance and reinforce classroom activities by engaging students in an immersive environment. Students receive on-the-spot individualized or group tutoring. They attend review sessions tightly integrated with classroom lectures. Students can study and do their homework at the Center, where expert coaching is readily available.

The Center is located in ECSS 4.415. Mentoring and tutoring are offered for for CS 1336 (Programming Fundamentals), CS 1337 (Computer Science I), CS 2336 (Computer Science II), CS 2305 (Discrete Math I), CS 3305 (Discrete Math II), CS 3340 (Computer Architecture) and SE 3306 (Math Foundations of SE).

The Center is operated by the CS Department and directed by Professor Jason Smith. The Computer Science Mentor Center is built upon the success of the Discrete Math Mentor Center founded in 2012.

Visit the Official CSMC Website


Hours of Operation

Monday     10am – 8:30pm

Tuesday    10am – 10pm

Wednesday    10am – 10pm

 Thursday     10am – 8:30pm

Friday     10am – 6pm

Saturday     12pm – 6pm

Sunday     12pm- 6pm



ECSS 4.415

Walk-In Tutoring

ECSS 3.620/3.621/3.622

Scheduled Sessions


Tutoring Provided For:

CS 1336 Prog Fundamentals

CS 1337 Computer Science I

CS 2336 Computer Science II

CS 2305 Discrete Math I

CS 3305 Discrete Math II

CS 3340 Computer Arch

SE 3306 Math Foundations of SE