Math Success Services - Supplemental Math Study Groups

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Could you use some extra support in your math class?

The Math Success Services within the Academic Success Center will be offering math discussions on course-specific topics. These group sessions offer students an opportunity to discuss lecture topics, enhance their understanding of the concepts, and introduce study skills that will increase their success in the course. These discussions will not focus directly on homework assignments NOR is it a repetition of lectures.

This is a free semester-long service open to all students enrolled in MAT 1000, MAT 1050, MAT 1800, and Statisitics and Probability courses (STA 1020, MAT 1000, BA 2300).

We are also piloting an on-line mathematics tutoring session through Blackboard Collaborate. You must be enrolled in the Blackboard course to participate. For more information contact Len Hernandez.


Announcements: (last updated 9/18/2017)

  • Supplemental Math Study Groups for Fall 2017 will be a little different. We will be meeting at the HUB on the second floor UGL (by room 2454). The schedule for the week will be posted on this page. Please check back as times will change from day to day and week to week.

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Schedule:

  • Week of September 25

    • Monday 9/25

      • MAT 1050/MAT 1800 from 11:00AM - 12:00PM

      • MAT 1000/STA 1020 from 12:00PM - 1:00PM

    • Tuesday 9/26

      • MAT 1050/MAT 1800 from 1:00PM - 2:00PM

      • MAT 1000/STA 1020 from 2:00PM - 3:00PM

    • Wednesday 9/27

      • MAT 1000/STA 1020 from 1:00PM - 2:00PM

      • MAT 1050/MAT 1800 from 2:00PM - 3:00PM

    • Thursday 9/28

      • MAT 1000/STA 1020 from 10:00AM - 11:00AM

      • MAT 1050/MAT 1800 from 11:00AM - 12:00 PM


These discussions do not take the place of lectures!

Attend your class!

If you need assistance with homework, you should make an appointment with your instructor or see the tutors at the Academic Success Center (UGL) or Math Resource Center (F/AB).