MESA Tutoring

Live updating MESA Tutoring (via Zoom) Spring 2021 Schedule [pending]

New schedule will be updated as we organize, please check back the first week of school!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MESA tutoring transitioned to virtual tutoring via Zoom. If you need help with the Zoom web & video conferencing app please see IT Help Desk or to use it for tutoring, see MESA Tutoring Zoom set up 101.  MESA tutors provide free peer tutoring and learning assistance in several lower division academic subjects within the School of Science & Technology. This tutoring service is available to all SSU students. 

We will be offering both tutoring drop-in periods (no sign up) as well as 1:1 tutoring appointments (sign up through Google Calendar), with a MESA tutor. See the schedule above for times/links and the below steps. When you begin a session for tutoring, you will use this survey link to sign in for MESA tutoring (see QR code below). 

Don't know what to expect for tutoring? Read below.


1) Remember to check the schedule regularly (it is live updating and may change throughout the semester).

2) If you want a drop in tutoring session, please navigate to mesastudy (check calendar above). If you need an appointment, then use the google calendar link for that MESA Tutor, to agree to a time to meet in their Zoom room. You will receive an email confirmation and it will add to your Google Calendar - you must communicate if plans change or need to reschedule

3) When beginning a tutoring session (drop in/appointment), please sign in, using the link or the QR code (via your phone). Your Tutor will ask you to do this to start the session. 

Feel free to review Tutoring Expectations before you arrive. Have a great session! 


Survey Link to Sign In for MESA tutoring (coming soon) 


    Don't know what to ask a tutor? Need to study STEM smarter? Come to a STEMbyte to learn from a MESA tutor. A STEMbyte is a "byte" sized, meaning 15 minute introduction to a new study tip or tool or concept that is applicable to STEM majors. Ask a tutor about their past STEMbyte or when the next one is. In the meantime, check out our Youtube Playlist on past STEMbytes!