A sampling of math centers available on the Internet is listed below. If interested in having your math center listed here, please email rick.sheets@lsche.net

ID – Boise State University, Math Learning Center – provides free tutoring services including drop-in tutoring in most math courses and on-line tutoring Mathematics up through Calculus.  Also available is  ALEKS to access a free, online service that assesses your needs and guides you through Math Learning Modules. Peer learning Assistants are also available (A Learning Assistant is a peer tutor who attends class with you and holds guided study sessions that are specifically related to a particular course and section.). The STEM Learning Assistants are supported by the STEM Station, National Science Foundation (NSF) Innovation through Institutional Integration award #DUE-0963659. (updated 10/2014)

MI – Grand Valley State University – is a place for students in many levels of math classes to get free help.  Tutoring is primarily done by GVSU undergraduates and is FREE to any GVSU student.  You can bring in questions about your calculator, on methods and concepts, on specific problems, or on whatever you like. Don’t have a question just yet? You can work on your math homework and, if you have a question, help is at hand!  Feel free to call us too if you have any questions. (updated 10/2014)

MN – College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University, Math Skills Center –  Looking for math help? Are you stuck on a homework problem? Have you forgotten how to do certain procedures and need a quick review? Do you want a place to study, work on math assignments, and get assistance when you need it? Then come to the MATH SKILLS CENTER on either campus. There you will find staff and student tutors available to help with concepts and skills used in 100-level math classes. You can come in on a walk-in basis to get questions answered, stay and work for awhile and get help as needed, or have scheduled appointments.(updated 10/2014)

NE – Metropolitan Community College, Math Center – Have you forgotten your order of operations or how to work with fractions? Does opening a math book stress you out? Do you need a place to study math, away from the distractions of home? Are you ready to study, but forgot your textbook at home? If you have any of these problems we have the solution for you! MCC’s Math Centers offer drop-in assistance for all levels of math, from basic mathematics through Calculus. We can help you with your homework, test reviews, or brushing up your math skills in preparation for the Compass Test Placement Test. We have many resources available which include calculators, textbooks, student solution manuals, tutorial videos, Maple and more. Our centers are staffed with friendly qualified individuals that realize not everyone understands math right away. Visit by yourself, bring a study partner, or even create a study group. We will help you find the answers to your math questions. The Math Center is a great resource for students, faculty, and staff. (updated 10/2014)

NH – Plymouth State University, Math Activity Center – is a hub for extra-class activities involving mathematics. During operating hours, students may use the center for completing assignments, forming study groups, and receiving group and/or individual tutoring services. The center is staffed by trained student tutors and faculty, dedicated to student success and achievement in mathematics. (updated 10/2014)

NY – John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Math and Science Resource Center  –  We offer small-group, appointment-based tutoring free of charge to current John Jay students. You must be enrolled in a course we cover in order to receive tutoring. Survey responses and student outcomes data show that our students understand course material better and earn higher grades because they come for tutoring.  In addition to tutoring, we also have a resource library, computer lab, and space to study individually or with a group. (updated 10/2014)

NY – Mercy College, Center for Academic Excellence and Innovation – drop-in math, science, and general education tutoring is provided by highly experienced instructors and peer tutors who have been recommended by faculty. Assistance is available for the following: Many levels of math and statistics, including computational skills, quantitative reasoning, programing algorithms, math-related projects and calculator skills; the spectrum of natural and health sciences, including biology, chemistry and physics; and for accounting, economics, foreign languages, history, psychology and general education courses. (updated 10/2014)

OH – Ohio State University, Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center – we provide free services in the form of trained tutors available to help students with difficulties they are experiencing in class or with homework. In addition, we provide online resources, practice exams and workshops to help students achieve their potential as a student. (updated 10/2014)

OK – Oklahoma State University, Mathematics Learning Success Center – the Mathematics Learning Success Center remains one of the nation’s most prominent mathematics tutoring centers. The facility strives to meet all the extra-classroom needs of undergraduate mathematics students, and the MLSC is an essential part of our Success in Undergraduate MathematicS (SUMS) initiative. (updated 10/2014)

VA – Virginia Tech, Math Emporium – as described in EduCause, we are an open, 60,000-square-foot laboratory with 550 Macintosh computers serving more than 8,000 math students each semester. The facility occupies renovated, leased space in an off-campus shopping mall. (See some pics.) Spurred by the need to accommodate thousands of students and to improve learning outcomes, the emporium opened in 1997 to improve the quality of large-enrollment math courses in the face of growing resource constraints. Today, 11 courses have been redesigned to take advantage of the emporium, with demonstrable improvements in student learning and significantly reduced costs for staffing and space. We are open 24 x 7 and staffed days and evenings by math faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduate students who offer personal assistance when students request it. Peer group projects, collaboration, and tutoring are also encouraged. The combination of online courses and various sources of assistance offer students a wide variety of learning opportunities that they can tailor to meet their needs and preferences. (updated 10/2014)

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