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Need Math Help

Math can be a tricky subject for many students, but there are campus resources that can help you out. Taking advantage of these resources can help improve your math grade.

ON-CAMPUS SUPPORT FOR MATH

INSTRUCTORS' OFFICE HOURS

All instructors have dedicated (and required) office hours where students can visit them with questions. Professors and Teaching Assistants are ready and willing to help with any question or concern that you may have! Check your syllabus for days and times of your instructors' office hours. Free
Don't forget you can email your professors too!

MATH & SCIENCE CENTER

Designated tables outside of the AAC on the second floor of Alden Library, the MSC is where students can get their math questions answered. Free | More information for Math & Science Center

SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION (SI)

SI offers free, out of class, weekly review/study sessions for traditionally difficult courses*—such as MATH 1200, 1300, 1350, 2301, and 2302, PHYS 2001 and 2051, and BIOS 1700. Sessions are led by students who have successfully completed the course. Free | More information for Supplemental Instructions | *May not include all course sections

PEER-TO-PEER TUTORING

Use OHIO's tutor matching software (TutorTrac) to make an appointment with a peer tutor and work one-on-one for 60 minutes. Through discussion and practice, by working with a tutor you can gain clarification and master the content of your particular math class. $10/hour | More information for Peer-to-Peer Tutoring

COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS COACHING

Meet with a professional coach from the Academic Achievement Center (AAC) to review your note taking and study habits. Free | More information for College Study Skills Coaching

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