Math Lab


What is Math Lab?

Math Lab is a free drop-in tutoring service in the Achievement Center that provides help for most undergraduate math courses.


How can the Math Lab help me?

If you're concerned about succeeding in college-level math classes or want to keep your "A," you're not alone. Our math tutors can help you in the following ways:

  • Answer questions
  • Review material for quizzes and tests
  • Provide test preparation and test taking tips
  • Establish short and long term study goals

Our math tutors have taken many of the math courses, and they can help you with your homework assignments and with using graphing calculators.


How do I use the services in the Math Lab?

Math Lab provides tutoring on a drop-in basis, which means all you need to do is show up when the Math Lab is open. A tutor will be waiting to assist you individually or in a small group. Check out the Math Lab hours below.

Graphing Calculator Tutorials


How do I prepare for a math tutoring session?

In order for us to assist you more efficiently, we suggest the following:

  • Come to the Math Lab prepared. Bring textbooks, class notes, course syllabus, etc.
  • Use other resources available to you, such as Supplemental Instruction sessions and review sessions.
  • Be informed about professors' office hours and seek help as soon as possible.
  • Attend all class sessions.
  • Be willing to be helped and put forth effort.


Location & Hours

Math Lab is is available Sunday through Thursday from 6pm to 8pm in the Achievement Center on the 2nd floor of the Allen Family Student Center, Room 237, during the Fall and Spring semesters.


Become a Math Tutor

Join the Achievement Center Staff! Math tutors are faculty-recommended students who have at least a 3.0 GPA and have completed tutor training.

Questions? Contact:

Questions about Math Lab Tutoring or becoming a Math Lab Tutor?

Debbie McGinness

Debbie McGinness

Assistant Director for
Academic Support

(903) 233-4473