MSU Denver

Tutoring Resources

STEM Learning Center

The Center for Advanced STEM Education (CASE) is home to the STEM Learning Center which offers tutoring support for students taking science courses.

CASE is also the home of CO-WY AMP (Colorado-Wyoming Alliance for Minority Participation) which provides scholarship opportunities and paid summer research experiences that will better prepare you for a career in STEM after graduation. Learn more about CO-WY AMP membership and how it can support you in your educational and professional pursuits.

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program that supports students enrolled in traditionally difficult courses by offering free, regularly scheduled group study sessions that are facilitated by SI Leaders (current students who have previously succeeded in the course). SI Leaders support faculty by preparing weekly collaborative sessions that help students develop effective learning strategies while engaging with the most difficult course material.


Researcher using a microscope in a lab

Undergraduate Research

The Undergraduate Research & Creative Scholarship Program promotes, supports, and celebrates MSU Denver faculty and student engagement in undergraduate research activities. These undergraduate research experiences enhance students’ preparedness and competitiveness for future employment and the pursuit of advanced degrees. 

Undergraduate Research FAQs

Students working in a lab


An internship is a work-based learning experience related to your career goals and can be an important and impactful part of your career journey. Connect with the C2Hub to learn more about what internship opportunities are available.

Internship FAQs


Teaching Assistant (TA)

Interested in supporting students in a Biology course you’ve taken previously? Being a teaching assistant is a great opportunity to work alongside faculty members, build supportive relationships with students in the classroom, and further solidify your own knowledge in a course!

‘When one teaches, two learn.’  ~ Robert Heinlein

Teaching Assistant FAQs