Math Resource Center

The Math Resource Center (MRC) is an online synchronous space where students and tutors work together to solve problems and develop deeper understanding. Our community of MRC peer educators meet in the Open Tutoring Hours Math Teams Page. Our goal is to create a welcoming space where everyone can feel free to ask questions, explore ideas, and practice problems together with other UP students and tutors.

Regular tutors are here to help in other math classes

Students in MTH 112, MTH 121, MTH 301, and MTH 311 will have the opportunity to meet with tutors during open drop in times and by appointment.

NEW! Embedded tutors in Stats, Calculus, and ODE

For MTH 161, 201, 202, and 321, embedded tutors sit in on the class once per week to gain a sense of what you're learning and how students are doing. Some faculty may invite embedded tutors to help out in Zoom breakout rooms.

Your embedded tutor will also hold open hours during which you can work with others from your class and other sections while getting the support from your trained ITTPC-certified tutor or tutor trainee. Embedded tutors will also offer appointments.

Also NEW! Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) for Math 141 (Finite Math)

We are piloting a PAL program for MTH 141 this fall. PAL facilitators will sit in on 1-2 classes per week. They will organize and hold weekly hour-long PAL sessions for any and all students. During these session, students will work on selected problems collaboratively in order to deepen their understanding and make solving finite math problems more effective and efficient. PAL sessions focus on what to learn and how to learn it.

Find out more about your PAL offerings in MTH 141

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