Math Study Center
We are seeking tutors and desk assistants
for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Please see here for information about how to apply.
MATH 120, 124, 125, 126
The room is open for studying M-Th 12:30-4:30.
Help staff are there at the following times:
The MSC will be closed for all campus holidays, and on all Sundays immediately preceeding any Monday campus holiday.
For Spring 2017, we are closed on Sunday, April 16, for Easter, and May 28 (Sunday) and 29 (Monday) for Memorial Day.
The Math Study Center
is a great place for students to work on math,
WHETHER OR NOT THEY NEED HELP.
We are not a tutoring center in the
traditional sense. We provide a comfortable place and a supportive
atmosphere for students to come together and study, in groups or
individually. We have on staff a number of tutors (both graduate
student TA's and advanced undergraduates) who will sit down with
students and answer questions to help them get unstuck. We do
provide long blocks of uninterrupted one-on-one tutoring. Textbooks,
calculators and other study materials are available to be checked out
for in-room use.
Please note: The Math Study Center only serves students in Math 111/2, Math 120, Math 124/5/6 and Math 134/5/6. We do not serve Math 307, 308 or 324, or any other courses. You can get help with these classes at CLUE.
We are located in the basement of the Communications Building, room B-014.
If you are interested in hiring a private tutor, see the Math Tutor List from Math Advising.
Math Study Center Phone: (206) 685-4714
Dr. Matthew Conroy (Director)
Email: conroy 'at' math.washington.edu
We'd love to hear from you! Let us know how your experience was at the MSC. Please email Dr. Matthew Conroy (conroy 'at' math.washington.edu) or use our Anonymous Feedback form.
Job Openings at the MSC
We are seeking tutors and desk assistants for the 2017-2018 academic year. Please see here for information about how to apply.
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