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Overview of Programs

Our operations started in the Spring 2020 semester, when we established several initial support activities throughout campus.  As of Spring 2021, the Math Learning Center has moved to a permanent location in Blocker and offers support activities both online and in-person. 

What Programs and Services are offered?


The table below summarizes our services during Spring 2023. 

Tutoring Interactive Sessions

Help Sessions

  • Interactive Help
  • Get individual questions answered
  • Led by undergraduate tutors
  • No appointment necessary
  • Course-specific content

Tutoring by Appointment

  • Individual tutoring
  • 30 mins sessions
  • By appointment only 
  • Limited availability

   **  Pilot program due to continue Spring 2023**

Hands-On, Grades Up

  • Active learning sessions
  • Course-specific content
  • Led by undergraduate tutors

 **  Math 152 and Math 308 HOGU Spring 2023 **

Reviews and Lectures


  • Course specific
  • Taught by faculty
  • Reviews material covered in the corresponding course during the prior week
  • Weekly handouts with solutions provided by the faculty member

Reboot Workshops

  • Focuses on topics as opposed to course-specific content
  • Topics are prerequisites for various courses

Virtual Math Learning Center

  • Self-paced learning for course-specific information, handouts, and video libraries
  • Practice problems for applied content understanding
  • Course specific content developed by faculty, undergraduate tutors, and Math Learning Staff

Below you will find more details about the services offered.

Help and Tutoring

MLC Help Sessions

  • Help sessions open to all students,  dedicated to specific courses, take place throughout the day and in the evenings. They are staffed by well-trained and skilled tutors. 
  • You will be able to freely check-in with a student ID or login to Zoom and walk in and out at any point,  work in groups or individually, while assisted by the tutors. 
  • A full schedule and location of the sessions can be found in the MLC Help Sessions page.

Hands On, Grades Up

  • This program was piloted during Spring 2020. Hands On, Grades Up  sessions consist of  active-learning structured activities dedicated to selected courses. Just as in athletic programs, the basic premise here is that to achieve success you need to learn by practicing exercises, discussing problems and unraveling the precise meaning of concepts and how they relate to the problems being solved and to applications.
  • A full schedule and location of the sessions can be found in the Hands-on, Grades up page.

Review Sessions


MLC Week-In-Review

  • The Week-in-Review  sessions are weekly lectures conducted by faculty members.
  • Each session gives a concise overview of the material covered in the corresponding course during the prior week. 
  • The WIRs help you to synthesize and assimilate the material taught in detail during class,  by providing an overview that places the content under the proper perspective. With the use of carefully selected material, instructors illustrate the concepts with meaningful examples and problem solutions. 
  • A full schedule and location of the sessions can be found in the MLC Week-in-Review pages.

Reboot Workshops

  • The Reboot Workshops are another pilot program launched in the Spring 2020.
  • Each workshop is centered on a particular topic, as opposed to being course-centered, and the same workshop may be offered more than once throughout the week. The topics will vary each week and will be tailored to different interests and levels. Examples may include:
    • A condensed review of Precalculus, for the freshmen taking a first calculus course.
    • A review of algebra and/or trigonometry for freshmen or any student interested in reviewing these topics.
    • A review of the fundamental theorem of calculus for students taking a second calculus course and needing to review key results from the first calculus course. 
    • A review of complex numbers and  complex variables for students taking upper level physics and engineering classes.
    • A review of matrices and matrix algebra. 
    • and many other topics.