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Math and Statistics

What We Do 

The Mathematics and Statistics Program offers support for primarily lower division classes in math and stat. We encourage students to work together to achieve academic success.

Formats of Service

The SLC Mathematics and Statistics Program offers academic support in several formats. Please check the course-specific pages to see which formats are offered for your course. 

Adjunct Courses

Math 98/198 and Stat 98/198 are 1-unit courses taken in conjunction with one of the following lecture courses, Math 1A, 10AB, 16A, or 32, or Stat 134. The adjunct instructor integrates academic content from the lecture with study strategies techniques in order to improve problem solving skills, develop self-management and study strategies, and promote academic success.

How to Sign Up

Students must enroll or be on the waiting list of the lecture that the adjunct course is supporting. To add the adjunct course, attend the first class meeting of the adjunct course, and the instructor will distribute the course control number (CCN). Students can enroll in the adjunct course through Telebears. Enrollment is limited to 25 students, so students that attend the first session are more likely to get into the adjunct course.

Spring 2017 Offerings

During the Spring 2017 semester we are offering Adjunct Courses for: Math 32Math 1A, Math 1B, Math 10B, Math 16A, Math 16bMath 53, Math 54 and Stat 134.

Study Groups

The study group leader facilitates students working together on worksheets and discussing material in small groups. The study group leader also summarizes key concepts, reviews for the lecture exams, and addresses individual questions during office hours. Study Groups typically support the following courses: Math 1A, 1B,16B, 32, 53, 54 and Stat 2, 21, 134

How to Sign Up

Study Groups begin the 3rd week of instructions and continue until the end of instructions. Most room locations are located in Cesar Chavez. Just attend any session and add your name and SID to the sign-in sheet. Students may attend the study group at any point in the semester.

Spring 2017 Offerings

During the Fall 2016 semester we are offering Study Groups for: Math 16BMath 54, Math 55Stat 2, Stat 20, and  Stat 21.

Exam Reviews

We offer a review before a lecture midterm. The reviewer summarizes the important topics and gives a practice exam for students to self-assess their comprehension of the course material and problem solving skills. Exam Reviews typically support the following courses: Math 1A, 1B, 16B, and Stat 2, 20, 21, 134 

How to Sign Up

Announcements are made in lecture as to when we offer a review. Typically the exam review is given the weekend before a lecture midterm for any course that we support with a study group. All students enrolled in the lecture can attend the exam review (not just those who attend the study group). See the course page for the latest information on room locations and times.

Drop-In Tutoring

Students can get help on their homework assignments on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-In tutoring is designed for students who need specific help on a given concept or problem set. Tutors assist students by providing a conceptual framework and creating parallel problems to the homework questions that students bring. Typically there are 8 to 10 tutors working per hour, and we work with students individually or in small groups. Drop-In Tutoring is a great way to meet and work with fellow students as well as to get assistance with your coursework. Drop-In Tutoring is provided for the following courses:Math 1AB, 10AB, 16AB, 32, 53, 54, 55 and Stat 2, 20, 21, 131A, 134 

How to Sign Up

Drop-In Tutoring starts the 3rd week of instruction and continue until the end of instruction. Students sign up at the Math/Stat Drop-In computer in the Cesar Chavez Atrium by room 103, Our hours are Mon-Thu 10-4.