Math Center

Welcome to the Math Center!
Whether you're taking math for fun or for a course requirement, the Math Center is the right place to be. If you are taking math with reluctance, we can offer some solace and support. The Math Center's mission is to provide a flexible, learner-centered environment in which students are able to complete math requirements at their own pace. You might surprise yourself by enjoying and understanding math for the first time in your life or just by completing a math course with your sense of humor intact. The important thing is to find a program that fits your unique learning style. We offer structured self-learning courses on-campus and one-unit online refresher courses to help prepare for challenging prerequisites. Click on Programs to find out which of these two programs best meets your needs. If you know for sure that you want an on-campus class, click on on-campus to find out more about our unique on-campus classes.

Fall 2014 Math Center Students: Click the image for the Learning Flow Overview.
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On Campus Structured Self-learning classes
Math Center On Campus Classes. More »

Math Center Location The Math Center is in L-208 in the Academic Success Center More »

Math Center Open Hours See Calendar for More Info More »

One-Unit Refresher Courses Challenge prerequisites after taking a refresher More »

Nursing Pharmacology Material More »

Click the image to see the calendar for upcoming workshops More »

Math Professors: Please click the image for test proctoring services. More »

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    Announcements

    For the week of 8/18 – 8/22, the Math Center is only open to new students attending the Getting Started Workshop.
    Please see Calendar for the Getting Started Workshop schedule.

     On-campus Courses

    The Math Center on-campus courses are independent-learning, semi self-paced, computer-based, and offer an extended time frame. For more detailed information, click here.

    Math Center Location

    The Math Center is located in Room L-208 on the second floor of the remodeled L building, called the Academic Success Center.
    The Math Center offers self-learning Math 38, 46, and 96 courses with on-campus attendance and progress requirements.
    Other services include online one-unit math refresher courses and walk-in tutoring for students of other City College math courses. Bring your CSID.

    Fall Math Center Hours:
    Monday and Friday:
    9:30AM - 2:00PM. 
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
    9:30AM - 5:30PM

    The math center will be holding workshops this fall.  
    Please click here to view the calendar for workshop dates and times.  

    The Math Center is closed on the following dates:
    Monday-Friday 11/24-11/28 - Winter Break

    Testing hours:
    Midterm Exams can be started during the following times and completed by closing time.
    Monday and Friday:
    9:30am - 12:25pm
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
    9:30am - 3:55pm

    All tests must be started no later than the following time:
    Monday and Friday:  
    12:25pm
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    3:55pm

    Test Proctoring Services
    The Math Center is now offering test proctoring services for students requiring make up quizzes or exams for their math classes. Professors:  For more information contact Professor Young, or click here to fill out a Test Proctoring Request Form.

    Positions Available
    Positions are available at the Math Center:
    • Volunteer Math Center Tutor 
    • Network Admin (Work Experience) 
    • Work Study Lab Aide
    • Work Study Tutor
    Math in Nursing
    The Math Center now offers resources for nursing students.
    We offer tutorials, worksheets, and exercises in the following areas:
    • Decimal Numbers
    • Unit Conversion
    • Pediatric Calculation
    • IV Flow Rate
    • Dosage Calculation 
    Overcome Math Anxiety
    All Math Anxiety Workshops will be held in the Math Center L-208. All students are invited and welcome to attend. In order to sign up for this workshop, students need to call (619) 388-3580 or visit the Math Center. Click on the Calendar Tab for workshop dates and times