Keystone Center | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland


The Keystone Center is located in room 1116 of the J.M. Patterson Building (overflow in JMP 1215).

The Keystone Center is a place where you can go to work on homework or group projects, use the computer labs, or 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.

Hours of Operation

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

Keystone Tutoring Program

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

In order to ensure 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.

Other campus-wide tutoring is listed at

Clark School of Engineering departmental services are listed at

Spring 2020 Tutoring

Below, please find our list of tutors for the semester and their tutoring times.

During the University's online class instruction period between these tutors will be available via email at their normally scheduled office hours. This will start on Monday, March 30th and continue until final exams begin. If requested by a student, and if the tutor is comfortable doing so, tutoring can be arranged through video conferencing via Google Hangout video, Zoom, or Webex

In tutor video conferencing, students and tutors should do the following:
  • Dress and act appropriately during the meeting.
  • Remove any inappropriate or potentially offensive artwork, posters, etc., from your background.
  • Please attempt to maintain privacy during these meeting times through the use of headphones or private rooms. In other words, try not to be in a location where your conversation cannot be heard by others or that is distracting to the student or tutor.
  • Allow a reasonable amount of time for the tutor to answer your emails. If they do not answer within 24 hours, please contact
  • If at any time you feel uncomfortable with the person or the conversation during a meeting, inform the them you are discontinuing the session then shut off the video. Inform Dr. Nicole Roop ( immediately of these situations.

Destiny Oparaocha

Sundays: 4:00pm-7:00pm
Tuesdays: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Thursdays: 8:00pm-10:00pm