Math Lab

In-Person Math Tutoring in SMH 108: 

We will reopen September 6th for Fall Semester.

Mondays - Fridays: 12 PM - 5 PM
Saturdays: Closed
Sundays: Closed in-person but available online (See online schedule below)

Closures:

August 6th - Sept. 6th
November 23rd-27th
December 16th to January 22nd

Virtual/Online Math Tutoring is available during the following times:

Mondays - Thursdays: 5PM - 8PM (Use Green Zoom Link Above, or https://alaska.zoom.us/j/93019382976 )
Fridays and Saturdays: Closed
Sundays: Noon - 8PM (Use Green Zoom Link Above, or https://alaska.zoom.us/j/93019382976)

Note: Sessions with a tutor are limited to 30 minutes maximum, at least a 15 minute break is required before having another session.

Closures:

August 6th - Sept. 6th
November 23rd-27th
December 16th to January 22nd

See Science Tutoring Schedule

Closures:

August 6th - Sept. 6th
November 23rd-27th
December 16th to January 22nd

Become a Math Tutor

Become a Science Tutor

"Student writing math problem on white board"Overview

The goal of the Math Lab is to assist students and community members at all levels to improve their math and reasoning skills. This is accomplished through one-on-one discussions of their mathematical work and goals.

Student learning outcomes for tutoring focus on helping students to improve their understanding of math in the long term to build success as a foundation for developing increasingly higher level math skills.

Math Consultations

The Math Lab promotes productive learning. Tutors individually dialogue with students about math concepts by answering questions as they arise, or by helping students locate additional resources. Tutors foster a climate in which students are encouraged to engage in the process of learning, in order to not only solve individual math problems, but to build confidence in the ability to improve problem-solving approaches.

Tutoring is by design intended to promote independent learning, so that students are able to progress over time.