Math Tutoring

Academic Resource Center Math Mission StatementNewman Students can receive help in Mathematics at the Math Center

The mission of the Academic Resource Center is to enable Newman University students to be confident and independent learners of mathematics. The Center will provide opportunities for success in present and future classes by offering accessible coaching and facilitative resources in a supportive environment.

Students using the Academic Resource Center can expect:

  • To improve their mastery of basic principles and concepts of the course
  • To improve their ability to apply principles to appropriate content matter
  • To improve math study skills and test-taking skills
  • Assistance with web-based learning programs
  • Special help sessions such as examination reviews
  • Access to supplemental educational resources such as solution manuals, textbooks, calculators, and computer workstations

Services and Resources

Services

Individual tutoring.  A tutor will be available for walk-ins during specified hours to help with homework, review concepts, help with study skills and answer questions about math courses. A student needing more structure and consistency may schedule regular appointments.

 Study sessions.  Small groups may request time with a tutor for special topics in regular courses or on a regular basis as a supplement to selected courses. Informal study groups are welcome to use the Math Center as a meeting place.

 Workshops.  Faculty or students may request a workshop on such topics as “how to survive a college math class” and “using your TI-84 calculator.”

Resources

  • Course textbooks, solution manuals, and TI calculators for use in the Academic Resources Center
  • Alternative textbooks, text specific videos, and study guides that can be checked out on a short-term basis
  • Ten computer workstations with internet access 

Location and hours

301 Sacred Heart Hall
316-942-4291, ext. 2229

Operating Hours

MTWR  8 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.