Math & Science Center
The Math and Science Center (MSC) offers many first and second-year math and science-based courses at no cost by appointment, daytime drop-in, and evening walk-ins. Come prepared to explore your subject with our dedicated MSC Tutors who will guide you whether you need help on a difficult concept or simply need to review your material. Log in to TutorTrac and select 'Math and Science Center' to determine if a tutor is available for your course. For assistance, stop into the Academic Achievement Center in Alden 230 or call 740-593-2644.
Fall and Spring Semester Schedule
MSC tutoring is available beginning the second week of the semester through the last day of classes.
Check in before meeting your tutor using the kiosk located at the Academic Achievement Center in 230 Alden Library.
- Pre-scheduled appointments and same-day daytime drop-ins are located in Alden Library, 2nd floor in the tutoring zone. Stop by in person for course and time availability for same-day daytime drop-ins.
- Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
- Evening walk-in sessions are held in two locations. No appointment is necessary for evening walk-in sessions.
- Sunday–Thursday, 6–8 p.m. in the AAC (Alden Library 227)
- Sunday–Thursday, 6–8 p.m. in Morton Hall 415
The Math and Science Center (MSC) offers free 30-minute tutoring sessions in popular math and science courses. Come prepared to explore your subject with our dedicated MSC Tutors who will guide you whether you need help on a difficult concept or simply need to review your material.
If you cannot locate a specific course through our MSC offerings consider the following alternatives:
- Continue to check TutorTrac for new appointments or to schedule a private session with a peer tutor
- Make an appointment with a study skills tutor for help with test preparation.
- If you need help writing a paper, check out the Student Writing Center.
- Join or create a study group with your classmates.
- Visit the department offering your course. Departments often have workshops or labs for students.
- Use resources found online: