Math Tutoring Resources at Northeastern
- Student Center for Science Engagement: (BBH 247) Offers walk-in mathematics tutoring specifically for students in 200-level and above math courses during the fall and spring semesters. Hours for the fall will be posted in late August 2019.
- Learning Success Center: (3rd floor of the Library on the Main Campus, also at El Centro and online.) Offers walk-in mathematics tutoring specifically for students in 090-level and 100-level math courses. See Summer 2019 hours.
- Mathematics Community Center: (BBH 364) Offer a welcoming space for math majors, minors and other students taking math classes to meet up and work together informally. During the fall and spring semesters, the Center is also where our Math Enrichment Workshops meet and where individual math tutors will also meet with students by appointment.
- TRIO Support Services: TRIO Student Support Services offers Northeastern Illinois University students extra academic and social help so they stay in school through graduation. Are you eligible to join the program? Learn more about the criteria.
Tips for success in your math class: Your first and best resource for success is always your classroom instructor. Know their office hours and how you can contact them outside of class. We suggest, before coming to a tutoring session, that you study the examples in the textbook sections and class notes and make note of the homework assigned. Try to understand your class notes and attempt your homework before coming to tutoring. Prepare questions for the tutor. After leaving a tutoring session, do a quick review of what you have learned before your next class.