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Usenet/newsgroup E-mail Other Help Sources


Background:   usenet provides an excellent forum for discussion in public forums called newsgroups, using the Internet.  A newsgroup gives students the chance to post questions and try to help one another. The CS100 staff monitors the newsgroup loosely and might try to offer answers. Follow the following policies when posting messages: How to access Usenet on campus: How to access Usenet from Roadrunner:


CIT supports electronic mail (e-mail). Use the following guidelines when e-mailing staff and posting newsgroup messages:

Following these guidelines makes your messages friendlier and more accessible, thus making your questions more likely to be answered. CIT maintains a list of conventions, as well. Other netiquette conventions are reasonable, but please first follow the course conventions.

Other Help Sources

Program Description
Academic Support Services For Engineering Students Start here - This site has links to a variety of services.
Tau Beta Pi Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Tutoring Program: The members of Tau Beta Pi, selected for their academic aptitude and social commitment, hold one-on-one tutoring sessions with students in courses that typically have a large enrollment of engineers.
Free Computer Training CIT offers free computer training throughout the semester. You may also e-mail tts_consult@cornell.edu for an appointment.
Student Web Services This website collects services that are more general.
Engineering Advising Academic advising for engineering students.
Arts College Student Services This website is a listing of general support services for a variety of concerns students may have.
Gannett For all health related concerns, visit Gannett, which is the Cornell University Health Service Center.
CAPS If you have emotional distress, we urge you to contact CAPS, the Counseling and Psychological Services.
Dear Uncle Ezra When all else fails, ask Uncle Ezra!