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Elbert C. Ray eStudio / Tutoring

The Elbert C. Ray eStudio, which is located on the third floor of the F. Paul Anderson Tower, offers free tutoring for College of Engineering students through the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society.

UPDATE:  Due to the COVID-19 virus, eStudio tutoring will be held online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.  Beginning on Monday, March 23, you may contact a tutor in your major or particular course using UK's Tutor Matching Service website. Click on "find a private tutor" to access the tutor list.

Each tutor will post their major, particular course expertise, and available hours on the Tutor Matching Service (TMS) website. Tutors from the eStudio will advertised as costing $0.  Engineering tutoring services will continue to be offered free to UK students:  It has simply moved online.

Please note: Tutor hours may vary. You can view the availability of any eStudio tutor on the TMS website, and contact that tutor to arrange a time for assistance.  

Tutor hours will be limited each week. Please contact your tutor of choice ahead of time to ensure you can secure an appointment. Schedule an appointment time.  

To allow the maximum number of students to connect with a tutor, we ask each student to only sign up for one half-hour time slot with a tutor on a given day.

Tau Beta Pi

Peer tutors are upper-division students in the College of Engineering. They offer assistance with homework in EGR and major-related courses. Services are for undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.

Tau Beta Pi tutors in these subjects:

  • Biosystems Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Most popular courses:

CS 215 (Program Design)
CS 216 (Software Techniques)
CS 270 (Systems Programming)
EE 211 (Circuits I)
EE 282/282 (Logic Circuits/Digital Logic Design)
EM 221 (Statics)
EM 302 (Solids)
EM 313 (Dynamics)
ME 220 (Thermo)
ME 330 (Fluids)
MSE 201 (Materials Science)

Please direct questions or comments to Susan Herrick at (859) 257-4881 or email at slherr1@uky.edu.