on the

Athens Campus of Ohio University

**The Morton Hall Math Tutoring Center** is a free, walk-in tutoring center that is staffed by graduate students in Mathematics and serves all students currently enrolled in a math course up through and including MATH 3300. Located in Morton 415 (the Math Library), the hours are as follows:

- Mondays: 8:30am - 5:00pm and 6:00pm - 9:00pm
- Wednesdays: 9:30am - 10:30am and 1:00pm - 5:00pm
- Thursdays: 8:30am - 10:30am and noon - 5:00pm

**Private Tutoring with Math Graduate Student Tutors: **Some Mathematics graduate students on the Athens campus are available to tutor Math privately. Price and location is by arrangement with the tutor. See this list graduate student tutors.

**Tutoring at the Tables outside the Academic Advancement Center, Alden 101**

This is “peer” tutoring, meaning that the tutors are upper-level undergraduate students. Both free and paid tutoring is available.

**Free Tutoring**- Takes place at the tables with green signs that say
.*Math & Science Center* - Sessions are Drop-In (no appointment necessary) first-come first-serve, but an appointment can be made through the online TutorTrac system to insure that a tutor will be available. More information about Free Tutoring, including hours, may be found at the Math & Science Center web page.

- Takes place at the tables with green signs that say
**Paid Tutoring**- Takes place at the tables with blue signs that say
.*TutorZone* - An appointment is required. Use the online TutorTrac system to schedule.
- Cost is $10 per session, paid in cash. (Financial assistance may be available for students in certain programs.)

- Takes place at the tables with blue signs that say

**Supplemental Instruction (SI) ** provides free, out-of-class study sessions for MATH 1200, 1300, 1350, 2301, and 2302. The sessions are led by an Ohio University undergraduate student who has already taken the course. Used throughout the U.S. and the world, the SI program has proven highly successful in increasing student achievement and retention. You can find out more about SI at the SI Web page.

(page maintained by Mark Barsamian, last updated February, 2017)