Thanks for looking for CS Help! This is a good place to find it. There are a number of options for help on campus, and this is a fairly comprehensive list of them
The Computational Space (Cspace) is a weekly event where you can come by to ask for help with CS, talk about computation in your life, meet other people with similar interests, work on computationally themed side projects, learn about others’ computational experiences, and otherwise share knowledge.
Cspace times TBD.
CS Mentorship Program
If you’re looking for more one-on-one help navigating the community, exploring a specific subfield of computing, or you just want a CS pal, you may be interested in a one-on-one mentor. If so, please fill out the form below and we will get back to you soon!
Professors’ Office Hours
Sometimes, you just need help from your teacher. Here are the CS professors’ regular office hours.
The Lewis & Clark SQRC (https://college.lclark.edu/departments/mathematical_sciences/sqrc/) often has tutors who are available to help with CS homework. See their website for more information.
Lewis & Clark’s Student Academic Affairs Board (SAAB) has a network of tutors who can help you one-on-one. Please check their website (https://college.lclark.edu/academics/support/advising/saab-tutoring/) for more help.
Student Help Network
If none of these resources sound like what you need, there is a group of volunteer CS students willing to help you! Please fill out the linked form if you need help. Note that it may take a few days to get in touch.