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Frequently Asked Questions

A: There are some great resources available online. The Student Learning Center has virtual study hubs, exam reviews, workshops, and drop-in tutoring.
There is also a drop in tutoring from the ESS. Learn more about academic support and virtual learning.
Learn more about academic support and virtual learning.

A: A great way to get advice is to talk to upperclassmen in your classes and clubs about coursework. If you’re looking for a more professional opinion, you can get help from your engineering counselor by scheduling an appointment here .
There are also plenty of peer counseling such as the Engineering Peer Advising and Cal Career Peer Advisors.
Our academic support page goes into more detail about counseling as well as other academic resources. Take a look here.

A: Join student organizations! It’s a great way to meet new people. Having frequent and organized meetings helps you stay connected even during the busiest weeks. Take a look at our affiliated organizations here. Outside of clubs, having regularly scheduled game nights, movie nights, or dungeons and dragons sessions with friends can help you make the most of the virtual semester. Having recurring weekly hangouts takes away the burden of planning/scheduling events every time you want to hang out with friends, and can also provide some normalcy to your social life. Here are some ideas to help you get started:
1) Netflix Party allows for you and your friends to sync up movies
2) Online games like Skribbl.io , Among Us, and Codenames make online game nights easily accessible and free for all
3) Creative video chatting platforms like gather.town and congregate.live can liven up your larger hangouts

A: As the official student government for the College of Engineering, ESC works to foster a safe and inclusive environment that provides equal opportunities for the enrichment of extracurricular experiences of ALL engineering students. With principles focused on equity, inclusion, safety, and transparency, ESC’s new Affiliation Process is designed to promote a healthier climate within the engineering clubs on campus. Our ultimate hope is that clubs, through this new process, will re-examine their current culture and make changes that positively impact student life at Berkeley Engineering. In exchange for their commitment to this process, affiliated organizations will receive benefits from ESC, including funding, training, and publicity. To Learn More Click Here