Dublin classes resumed at 3:30 p.m., following a power outage. More
You may pick up the current schedules from the front desk of the Math Department office (DH 415), or access them from these links (PDF format)
Symbols appear next to tutor names on the schedules, indicating special expertise (Business Math, MATH 116, etc.) Consult the key at the top of the schedule.
Other Tutoring Locations
Tutoring is also available at the following Regional Centers:
Dublin Center--No tutoring for Summer 2016
Westerville Center--No tutoring for Summer 2016
Need directions to these tutoring locations ? See the "off-campus Math" page.
Other Tutoring Programs
A limited amount of pre-arranged math tutoring is offered by the college's Peer Tutoring Office located at The Center for Workforce Development, room 1095, phone 614-287-2474.
Another option is the study groups run by students working for Supplemental Instruction (Lynn Giese, firstname.lastname@example.org). These are open to any student enrolled in the course, but are not offered for every course. Go to Blackboard, click on the Student Services tab, and look for the "SI" link for more information. (Email Lynn with questions.)
For help with Basic Mathematics and Pre-Algebra (DEV 0114) or other DEV courses, contact the Developmental Education department (287-5193, in Aquinas Hall room 215.) These classes are not part of the Math department.
Some assistance with using a graphing calculator can be found at our Calculator page. You might also ask one of the tutors at the Algebra drop-in tutoring mentioned above.
[new ! updated Sept. 2012]
Online tutoring for Algebra and Statistics ! (MATH 1020, 1030, 1050, 1075, 1148; STAT
Unable to go to our LRC sessions in person ? Now students can get help over the Web !
Go to Blackboard and login with your username and password. Click on the My Organizations Tab, then click on the organization Mathematics Tutoring. From there, use the Discussion Board button (post a question, and get a reply later), the Live Tutoring button (Webex session), or the What Do You Know button (self-directed quizzes.) Or set up an appointment through TutorTrac (see the instructions on Blackboard.)