Math & Science Center
The Math & Science Center provides free group tutoring on a drop-in basis by trained peer tutors and adjunct faculty tutors. The Math & Science Center sponsors programs to further assist math students. The Math Workshop Series is a series of one-hour workshops presented by math tutors covering topics ranging from basic math to college algebra.
The Math & Sciences Center can assist you with the following:
- Understand key concepts
- Review chapter content
- Help build stronger Math/Science study skills
- Guide students through solving math and science problems
All tutoring is facilitated in a group-study environment and collaborative learning is highly encouraged.
Math and Science Center Tutoring Schedule (PDF)
Math Learning Teams Workshops will be offered through the Math and Sciences Department. For a detailed schedule of when and where the workshops will be held as well as what topics will be covered, please refer to the SP2015 Math Teams Workshops Schedule.
In addition to drop-in tutoring services in the Math & Science Center, the SSC also provides students the opportunity to study anatomical and biological models on display. The following is a list of the models currently available:
Anatomy flashcards for students wishing to review material and concepts
1 model of layer of skin
1 larynx with trachea
1 larynx without trachea
1 eyeball model
1 outer ear
1 inner ear bone model
1 complete skeleton, unassembled
1 complete skeleton, assembled
Embryonic Development model (9 pieces)
1 urinary system model
1 right kidney model with nephron and glomerular capsule
1 respiratory system model
1 male reproductive system model
1 female reproductive system model
1 brain model
2 femur bones
1 floating rib
1 box C1 C2 vertebra
In addition, the SSC also offers a collection of rocks and slides for students taking Geology courses. All of these models require that you check them out with a SSC staff member.
COMING SOON! More supplemental instructional tools for student usage:
Chemistry models and Math manipulative models