CUES Tutoring

Students must successfully perform in courses beyond the core curriculum to affiliate with and graduate from their intended majors. Therefore, to enhance affiliation and graduation rates, CUES provides underrepresented minority (URM) and first generation college (FGC) students with access to tutors for the gateway courses to engineering majors and for major-level courses.

Request a Tutor

Eligible students can request a tutor for an upper-level engineering course listed below by going to the following website CUES tutor request.


CUES Tutoring resources are funded by an endowment that supports assisting specific populations. Due to these funding restrictions, students must meet the following requirements to be eligible to receive CUES Tutoring:

  • Current undergraduate in Cornell Engineering and a
  • Underrepresented minority (URM) or first-generation college (FGC) student



  • CS 2800 - Discrete Structures
  • CEE 3310 - Fluid Mechanics
  • ECE/ENGRD 2100 - Introduction to Circuits for Electrical and Computer Engineers
  • ENGRD 2190 - Chemical Process Design and Analysis
  • ENGRD 2210 - Thermodynamics
  • MAE 3230 - Introductory Fluid Mechanics
  • Other courses may be possible upon request.


  • CHEME 3230 - Fluid Mechanics
  • CS 2800 - Discrete Structures
  • CS 3110 - Data Structure and Functional Programming
  • ECE/ENGRD 2300 - Digital Logic and Computer Organization
  • ENGRD 3200 - Engineering Computation
  • Other courses may be possible upon request.

Become a Tutor

Interested in working as a CUES Tutor? Contact