Math Lab Tutoring

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics seeks tutors to staff our lab for Fall 2016.

Tutors work in the mathematics tutoring lab (SSB 170) for a few hours per week. They should be capable of tutoring algebra (Math A054-A151), calculus (Math A251-A253), and Math A121, A221. Ability to tutor statistics (Stat A252-A253) is desirable.

The pay rate is $10.50 per hour.

To tutor mathematics, a student must have:

  • Must have at least a 2.7 GPA
  • Completed Math A251, Math A252, and Math A253 with at least a C
  • Received a C or better in all courses taken during the previous semester

To tutor statistics, a student must have:

  • Must have at least a 2.7 GPA
  • Completed Stat A307, Stat A308, and one upper division Statistics course with at least a C
  • Received a C or better in all courses taken during the previous semester 

Apply in two easy steps:

Tutor Application Packet
Math tutors are also needed in the Learning Commons.  For more information, contact Shannon Gramse or Megan Gobeille.
 
Learning Commons Homepage

Make a difference by helping others be successful in completing their math courses. Apply now!
Questions?

Please Contact:
Dr. Mark Fitch
Math Professor and Chair
(907) 786-1656
mafitch@uaa.alaska.edu

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