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 2nd 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, 10am–6pm
- Evening walk-in sessions are held in two locations. No appointment is necessary for evening walk-in sessions.
- Sunday–Thursday, 6–8pm in the AAC (Alden Library 227)
- Sunday–Thursday, 6–8pm 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: