The Department of Mathematics Tutoring Lab
Mathematics tutoring is available in Karnoutsos Hall Room 552. Overflow tutoring is in the Math Dept. (Karnoutsos Hall Room 506).
Two types of tutoring are offered: walk-in and by appointment.
No appointment is necessary for walk-in tutoring. Walk-in hours are posted weekly outside room K-552 and vary from week to week. During some weeks there may be little or no walk-in tutoring available.
Tutoring appointments, once made, continue every week for the remainder of the semester, usually at the same time and with the same tutor.
To schedule a tutoring appointment you must fill in an Application for Tutoring form. These are available at the Mathematics Department office (K-506).
You are not guaranteed a tutoring appointment; receiving one depends on the availability of an appropriate tutor. Appointments are made on a first come-first served basis.
Tutoring appointments are posted on the bulletin board outside the Math Dept. (K-506); you must check the bulletin board to find out when your appointment is.
Summer Tutoring: There is no by-appointment tutoring during the summer. Some walk-in hours may be available during Summer I. There is no tutoring during Summer II.
You must bring your textbook and class notes to all tutoring sessions, both walk-in and by appointment.
Academic Resources Core-content Link (ARC)
Created by KWayneFoster@netscape.net
This webpage was originally designed in late 1997 as a student reference source of links to tutorials and other resources on the Internet in subjects taught at a two year technical college in Tennessee which has since merged with another two year college. The scope has expanded beyond this original objective.
ARC refers to Academic content of Internet Resources for the Core subject areas in Mathematics, the Sciences, Writing, Computer Science, Engineering, and Technology at the college level. There is some slant toward areas that involve computers and my own background in electrical engineering.
Using the LINKS
Major subject areas are listed in the table of contents. Links
that appear under each subject area are numbered and include a very
brief description of its content. The numbering system is purely for
identification purposes. The numbers do not represent any kind of
ranking system of the individual websites.
I hope students, non-students, and working professionals will find these links useful in their continuing studies wherever they may reside on this planet.