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The Mathematics Community Center, located in Brommel Hall, room 364, opened in Fall 2016. The Center seeks to provide a central location for all NEIU students to seek guidance for their mathematical ambitions in a welcoming and supportive space.

Students will have multiple opportunities for participation, leadership and success in mathematics through the use of peer-to-peer support, team learning, workshops and seminars. Students may also use the center as a quiet area to study mathematics. Please note that the tables have special white board coating so please be careful and refrain from eating or drinking in the Center.

Math Development One-on-One or Group Help Sessions

For students registered for Math 090, 091, 092, 092C, or 097
Trained, encouraging, and experienced Peer Leaders provide math help for individual students or groups of students who are registered for Math 090, 091, 092, 092C, or 097. Peer Leaders can explain challenging concepts to students from their math course, assist students with preparing for quizzes and exams, assist students with developing study skills, time-management skills, organizational skills, etc., in a comfortable, laid-back math learning environment.

How it works:

  • Schedule a 30-minute appointment with one of the math development Peer Leaders listed below.

  • You can schedule 30-minute appointments multiple times during the semester. Math development help is always free!

  • Bring all your math course materials to each session.

  • Remember that your tutor is also a student, so be somewhat flexible with scheduling. Also if you cannot make a scheduled session please cancel your session at least 24 hours in advance by emailing the Peer Leader.

DEVELOPMENTAL MATH SCHEDULING LINK

Math Workshops for 100-Level and Higher Level Math Courses

For students registered for various 100-level and higher level math courses
Trained, encouraging, and experienced Peer Leaders provide guidance to students as they solve math problems within small groups within a comfortable, laid-back math learning environment. Peer Leaders provide guidance to students to help them understand concepts from their math course and assist students with preparing for quizzes and exams in a comfortable, laid-back learning environment.

How it works:

  • Consistently attend a workshop for your math course each week throughout the semester. Simply show up to your workshop at the scheduled time.

  • Students are expected to arrive on time, stay until the end, and participate in a productive and respectful way.

  • Bring all your math course materials to each session.

  • Remember that your Peer Leader expects you to attend consistently. If you cannot make a workshop session please email your Peer Leader at least 24 hours in advance.

MATH WORKSHOP SCHEDULE LINK

For further information about the Center and the services available, please contact the Center’s Director, Associate Professor of Mathematics Sarah Cordell.

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