Tutoring

The Math Center offers on-campus walk-in tutoring.

On-campus tutoring

Free tutoring is provided to all students taking a course in the Math Center as part of the courses.

Students in other math courses can also obtain tutoring services in the Math Center. Bring your student ID card (CSID) and a tutorial referral code to the Math Center to receive walk-in tutoring during hours of operation (see Center Hours). Your CSID is required at all times to use the Math Center. Obtain a tutorial referral code from your Math Instructor.

This section outlines tutoring services offered by the Math Center, both online and on campus. Click on the links below to access any area for more information.

 Tutors
 Tutors - On campus

 

Tutors

Trained tutors and professors are available throughout the day. The tutors are there to help you, but it is up to you to contact them, if you are having difficulty. Many times you will find that one or two words from a tutor can help clear up difficulties that could take you up to hours on your own. If you feel that you need help, just go back to L-207 a tutor is there to help you.

Different tutors are available at different times, so when you find a tutor you feel you can work with effectively, you should plan your lab hours around their hours. Tutors schedules are posted on the bulletin board. Tutors and professors are available for tutoring, not teaching. This is a self-taught course and we are not set up to provide teachers for this course. Tutors are there to help you, if you have worked the problems and still have a question. Tutors are not there to provide hours of instruction. If you are having an inordinate amount of difficulties, you may be assigned additional homework. Because of the large number of students, tutors may only be able to spend 5 or 10 minutes at a time with you. If you still feel you need more time for tutoring, please see a supervisor for suggestions.

Tutors - On campus

Trained tutors and professors are available throughout the day in the Math Center (L-208). The tutors are there to help you, but it is up to you to contact them if you are having difficulty. Many times you will find that one or two words from a tutor can help clear up difficulties that could take you up to hours on your own. If you feel that you need help, just go back to the tutoring room for tutoring assistance.

Different tutors are available at different times, so when you find a tutor you feel you can work with effectively, you should plan your lab hours around their hours. Schedules for tutors are posted on the bulletin board. Tutors and professors are available for tutoring, not teaching. Tutors are there to help you, if you have worked the problems and still have a question. Tutors are not available to teach you the entire course because they have to be shared with other students. Because of the large number of students, tutors may only be able to spend 5 or 10 minutes at a time with you. so, prepare your questions well to get the maximum benefit of your time with a tutor.