Math Learning Center - MLC
The MLC is a safe place where students can ask mathematics or statistics questions of qualified tutoring staff. We aim to assist students develop their current understanding of respective course content by asking questions and guiding students through the learning process. We help students obtain the necessary study skills in order to communicate course material effectively and take responsibility for their own learning.
Hours and Location
Fall and Spring Semester Hours
- Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Wilson Hall 1-112
- This is the first floor and southwest corner of Wilson hall
Note: The MLC is closed on all student holidays and the hours apply to all regular class days.
Summer 4x4 Sesssion II hours:
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4-6pm
- Friday, Sunday 11am-5pm
- The MLC will be closed 7/4 and 7/5
Frequently Asked Questions
Math courses we tutor: M105, M121, M132, M133, M151, M161, M165, M166, M171, M172, M181, M182, M221, M234, M273, M274, M283, M284
Statistics courses we tutor: Stat 216, Stat 217, Stat 332
We are staffed by the Department of Mathematical Sciences Instructors. These Instructors consist of both Mathematical Sciences graduate students as well as non-tenure track faculty. We also have undergraduate tutors. These undergraduate tutors typically have taken mathematics courses at least through M172. We have between 4-8 tutors on staff at all times and the combined experience typically covers most course levels at any given time.
The MLC is a drop-in tutoring center supported by the student fees from the courses we tutor. We scan student IDs to ensure students are enrolled in one of the courses listed above.
We are sorry, but since the MLC is supported by student fees from courses we tutor, we cannot offer assistance for other courses.
The undergraduate student at the sign in desk will ask for your Cat card. They will swipe the card and confirm you are enrolled in a course. We encourage you to sit at the table with your course number assigned to it as you'll likely find other students taking that course sitting there. Of course, however, sit where is most comfortable for you. Once you arrive, get out your assignment, course notes, and pencil. Raise your hand when you have a question and a tutor will come over to assist you.
Working in the MLC
- Currently, all positions for the academic year have been filled. If you want to be a future peer (undergraduate) tutor for the MLC, fill out an application and email it to Sabrina Stites.
- We accept applications anytime, but we generally do our hiring for the following year in early April.