Math Learning Center

The purpose of the Center is to provide
tutoring for students in lower level
math courses at no cost.

The Mathematics Learning Center
is staffed by approximately
20 upper level math students.

The Math Center is located in the
Department of Mathematics in
South Hall 332
.


Regular Schedule
Special Hours
Being a Good Tutee

Learning Center
General Hours

Monday through Thursday:
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM and
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Friday:
10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Sunday:
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM


No appointment necessary

This service is free!

Students working together in MLC
Courses Tutored

Math 112: Precalculus*

Math 140, 141: Concepts for Elementary Ed. I and II

Math 213: Calculus for Social Sciences*

Math 221. 222: Calculus I and II*

 


* indicates Regular Hours


Special Hours for Other Courses

To be announced...


Students working with tutor


Top 10 Ways to be a Good Tutee

  1. Go to class: take GOOD notes.
  2. Come prepared: look at your assignment BEFORE you come for tutoring.
  3. Have specific questions ready.
  4. Focus on the method, not merely the answers.
  5. Be an ACTIVE learner.
  6. Be patient: many people need help but few tutors are available.
  7. Be understanding: tutors are students too.
  8. Sign in and out every time.
  9. Review each problem after you finish.
  10. Have fun !

 


Useful Links

  • Khan Academy

    The Khan Academy contains over 2,000 video lessons. Subjects taught range from basic arthemitic and algebra up through multivariable calculus and linear algebra. There are also computer generated practice problems where you can master everything from adding numbers to using the chain rule.

  • Paul's Online Notes

    If you prefer to read through examples and explanations then this is the site for you. There are extensive notes and examples for Algebra, Calc I through Calc III, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations.

  • RootMath

    Founded and created by Geneseo's own, Mike Vaiana, RootMath features over 100 critically aclaimed Calculus videos and a homework help forum.

  • MathTV

    MathTV features videos on high school math subjects including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus. This site should be especially useful for secondary education majors with a math concentration.

  • PatrickJMT

    PatrickJMT is a website full of instructional math videos. There are videos on Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and more. The site isn't organized very well, but there are plenty of great videos if you're patient enough to search through them.