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1116-roomThe Keystone Center is located in room 1116 of the J.M. Patterson Building (overflow in JMP 1215) and is open throughout the semester on:

The Keystone Center is a place where you can go to work on homework or group projects, to use the computer labs, or to study for exams. It will be staffed with upper-level undergraduate and graduate students who can provide you with assistance in answering questions in fundamental engineering and STEM courses

For ENES 100, 102, 220, 221 and 232 and BIOE 120, Undergraduate Teaching Fellows are available during the following times. Please refer to your ENES/BIOE course syllabus for specifics:

  • Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-10 pm
  • Sunday evenings from 4-10 pm


Keystone Tutoring Program:

Tutoring is also available during the fall and spring semesters for CHEM135, MATH140, MATH141, MATH241, and MATH246.

2018-19 Keystone Tutors Sought
Tutors are being sought for the 2018-19 academic year for CHEM135, MATH115/140, MATH141, MATH241, & MATH246. Students wanting to tutor for MATH246 must have a good understanding of MATLAB.
These students are expected to have earned a B grade or better in the course, available for tutoring 8-10 hours per week, and attend at least on discussion time for the course in the fall 2018. The assignment may be extended to spring 2019 if the student performs their tutoring duties well.
Students are paid a $1,200 stipend for the semester and their contact information will be shared with engineering students in the designated course, as well as the TAs and instructors of the course.
To apply, please complete the application at: Keystone Tutor Application
Any questions, please contact  Dr. Nicole P. Roop at


In order to insure a tutor will be available to assist you in the course you need help in, be sure to check the course syllabi posted on your course webpage before visiting. To receive the best support possible, please bring your textbook with you to the Keystone Center.

You may also receive additional support in your Physics classes throughout the semester at the Slawsky Clinic and in your math classes through the Department of Mathematics Undergraduate Tutoring program or the Math Success Program.