Mathematics Literacy Services has gone REMOTE!

In response to the preventative measures of Wayne State University, Mathematics Literacy Services (MLS) has transitioned to remote online services. Students will still be able to schedule appointments for

  • Mathematics Study Skills Counseling,
  • Mathematics Placement Exam Assistance,
  • Tutoring and Concept Knowledge Assistance,
  • Supplemental Mathematics Study Groups, and
  • Office Hours for MAE 1000 and FPC 1010. 

Appointments for Mathematics Study Skills Counseling, Mathematics Placement Exam Assistance, and Office Hours for MAE 1000 and FPC 1010 can be conducted by telephone call or video conference/chat via Microsoft Teams . 

Appointments for Tutoring and Concept Knowledge Assistance and Supplemental Mathematics Remote Study Groups will be conducted through the Mathematics Literacy Services Remote Study Group on Canvas.

Supplemental mathematics remote study groups support MAT 1050, MAT 1800, and STA 1020. The schedule for the supplemental mathematics remote study groups can be found here. If you would like to put together a remote study group for a course not listed, please contact Len Hernandez. Enrollment in the Mathematics Literacy Services Remote Study Group Canvas site is necessary. Click on the link below for student instructions on accessing MS Teams and Canvas.

Click here to view the student instruction on accessing MS Teams and Canvas for the different appointments.

If you have limited access to the internet or a computer and need a face-to-face meeting, please contact Len Hernandez (dp0963@wayne.edu or 313-577-3246). 

 


 

During times of change and uncertainty, it is normal to feel stressed and anxious. These feelings should not be barriers to your understanding of mathematics. MLS is dedicated to helping all students make sense of mathematics, think mathematically, and see how mathematics plays a part in their worlds.

 


 

Mathematics Literacy Services supports all mathematics and mathematics-related courses. This includes algebra-based courses (suc as MAT 0993, MAT 1050, MAT 1800, and MAT 2010), statistics courses from departments across campus (such as STA 1020 and BA 2300), and Quanitative Experience (QE) courses offered to fulfill General Education requirements (such as MAE 1000, FPC 1010, BA 1200). 

Contact MLS to find out how we can support you on your mathematical journey.