Quantitative Skills Center
Math and Statistics
Afternoons in R.W. Corns Building Room 315
Mondays (with Malcolm) from 4:30-6:30pm
Tuesdays (with Kaito) from 3:00-5:00pm
Wednesdays (with Love) & Thursdays (with Sharique) from 4:00-6:00pm
Evenings in Beeghly Library (Downstairs)
Tuesdays (with Malcolm) from 7:00-9:00pm
Wednesdays (with Kaito) from 7:00-9:00pm
Or make an appointment to meet with one of our highly skilled and experienced peer tutors! Click on one of their names below to schedule an appointment on their calendar or send them an email.
Syed Sharique Ahmed (MATH 108, 110, 111) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabi Dahllof (MATH 108, 110) email@example.com
Malcolm Henderson (MATH 108, 110, 111) firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator of the Quantitative Skills Center:
Don’t see a time that works for you? Email any one of us and we will work with you to find a time we can meet.
The Quantitative Skills Center provides assistance to students taking Math 105, Math 108, Math 110, Math 111, and Math 230. We also offer assistance to students who are taking a course with a quantitative component such as astronomy, chemistry, economics, quantitative methods, etc. We can also assist students with the Graduate Record Examination preparation. The Q-Center is staffed with both a professional tutor and peer tutors available for one-on-one appointments.
Build confidence, clear understanding, foster skill building! Our goal is to help students to gain confidence in their abilities in the “quantitative area,” of their course, i.e. mathematics. Our tutors work with you individually or in groups to help you better understand the quantitative material through working out problems with you, explaining concepts more deeply, and shadowing you as you work on problems on your own. Our tutors can also create a plan for you to continue to work with them on a weekly basis.
Who Can Come to the Q-Center?
All students that have an interest or desire to deepen their math skills and abilities in the quantitative area of their course. This includes students who may be struggling or feeling under-prepared as well as students who are high-achieving in their math or quantitative courses.
Office: R.W. Corns 316