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Math & Physics Tutoring

‌‌‌♦‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌The Math & Physics Resource Center provides free walk-in tutoring support for students in MATH 081 - MATH 262 and PHYS 107-212. It is located in Science East 105 during the reconstruction of the second floor of the library**. In Fall and Winter Semesters, the Center offers individual tutoring sessions in Math and Physics, available by appointment. We also provide study materials for the MTTC, course pages, and math placement testing preparation*.

While we are located in SE 105, the lab next door - SE 104, may be used as an open lab when it is not being used as a classroom or a dedicated lab for the self-paced classes. When the open lab hours coincide with Math & Physics tutoring hours, tutor help may be obtained for those working in SE 104.

Phone: 989.964.4648

 The Math & Physics Resource Center will be closed on Friday, January 13; Sunday, January 15; and Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Holiday

Math & Physics Tutoring Hours+

Winter Semester 2017

Day Walk-in Tutoring Individual Tutoring by appointment
Sunday 4:00pm - 9:00pm  not available
Monday through Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm 10:30am - 6:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm not available
Saturday closed

+does not apply to breaks, holidays, or finals week.

To see a schedule of when each tutor is working this semester, click on the following link: Current Tutor Schedule (100kB)

For a schedule of faculty holding office hours in the center this semester, click on: Faculty Office Hours (13kB)

Left your book at home?
For information on how to check out a textbook or calculator, click on: checkout (37kB)

 In Math 081, 082 or Math 103? We now offer Test Review Sessions on selected Sunday evenings in Fall and Winter Semesters. Click on the course page for dates and times.

*Math Placement Tests are given in the Cardinal Testing Center. Please call the Testing Center at 964-2820 to schedule a Math Placement Test.

**After the reconstruction of the library, the Math & Physics Resource Center will be relocated on the second floor of Zahnow Library. This will probably occur during Spring Break 2017.