The Mathematics Department offers tutoring through the Learning Resource Center on a walk-in basis (no appointment is necessary). Students sign into the center using their Cougar ID number. The location of the tutoring varies from term to term -- please consult the room information given on a current schedule.
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).
The following listings are for the Columbus Campus:
Calculus: - Davidson Hall (Math 1131, 1151, 1152 & 1172)
College Algebra - Davidson Hall (Math 1130, 1148 & 1149)
Contextual Courses: - Davidson Hall (MATH 1101, 1104, 1109, 1111, 1115, 1116, 1125 & 1126)
Pre-College Math - Aquinas 213 (DEV 0114, Math 1024, 1025, 1050, 1075 & 1099)
Upper Level Math - Davidson Hall (2153, 2173, 2174, 2177, 2255, 2366 & 2568)
Statistics - Davidson Hall
Tutoring is also available at the Delaware Campus and Regional Centers
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.
NetTutor Online Tutoring
1) Log in to Blackboard with your Columbus State user name and password.
2) Go to a course you are currently enrolled in (you can access tutoring for any subject from any course you are currently enrolled in).
3) Click the button with the green and black "N" below your name in the upper right hand corner. First-time users will need to "Accept and Continue" the End User License Agreement.
4) Choose the subject in which you want tutoring.