Get the Math Help You Need

The Math Learning Center helps students become more skilled, confident, and independent learners of mathematics. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment that empower students to engage in conversations that deepen their knowledge and understanding of mathematics.

The Center provides individualized student evaluation and instruction from a full-time director and a staff of two dozen student-employees who are knowledgeable of best tutoring practices. To coordinate appropriate student assistance, the Center collaborates with other departments and programs.

We look forward to your participation, and hope that the Math Learning Center becomes an integral part of your academic success. So, come early and often, as our services are free to Wright State students!

**Services**

The Math Learning Center offers:

- Face-to-face peer tutoring

- Peer tutoring is available for the following courses:
- DEV 0970, 0990
- EC 1050
- EGR 1010, 1980
- MTH 1280, 1350, 1440, 1450, 2240, 2280, 2300, 2310, 2320, 2350, & 2530
- STT 1600, 2640

- Online Learning Resources
- Online resources can be accessed in the lab with help from peer tutors (no appointment necessary)
- Online resources can be accessed from home for independent study
- Explore math lessons and interactive utilities at the following sites:

- Graphing calculator rental program

This program allows a student to check out a graphing calculator for the entire semester. A student who wishes to borrow a calculator must complete a rental-agreement form and pay a refundable $20 deposit (**Payable by credit or debit card only. Cash will no longer be accepted**). Forms are available in the Math Learning Center.

**Office Hours**

**Contact & Location**

**Contact**

Emanuel Clayton, Director

uc_mathlearningctr@wright.edu

**Location**

Math Learning Center

122 Student Success Center

Wright State University

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.

Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Telephone: (937) 775-5770

Fax: (937) 775-3942

**Be a Math Tutor**

Math Learning Center (MLC) tutors provide individual and small group tutoring to students in first and second year math courses. They also assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify mathematical learning problems and develop mathematical habits of mind. Other assistance might include: reviewing class material, discussing the text, predicting test questions, or working on solutions to problems. In general, the tutor will provide services that supplement classroom teaching.

**Want to be a Math Tutor?**

**Apply to be a Math Tutor:**