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Welcome to the CWU Math Center!

The CWU Math Center supports all general education Math and Quantitative Reasoning courses, as well as many other courses that have a mathematical basis. We welcome students to our virtual space for fall quarter and offer limited in-person tutoring services.

Per recommendations by the University and our local Health Department, ASC services will run primarily online with limited in person services. You can book online appointments at tutortrac.cwu.edu or by clicking the link below. Please contact our Office Assistants to book in person appointments.

  • Location, Hours, and Contact

    ***Math Center Services will be run primarily online during Fall Quarter 2020***


    Tutoring Services will be provided through Zoom appointments in TutorTrac.
    There are limited in-person tutoring appointments.
    (Please contact us for this availability and to make in-person appointments)

    Fall Hours:
    Sunday: 12:00pm-5:00pm
    Monday: 10:00am-9:00pm
    Tuesday: 10:00am-9:00pm
    Wednesday: 10:00am-9:00pm
    Thursday: 10:00am-9:00pm
    Friday: 10:00am-4:00pm

    To contact us, please send a message to tutoring@cwu.edu

    For immediate assistance, please call 503-902-5163‬.

  • Math Center FAQ

    Can I get help for any math class?

    We support all general education quantitative reasoning courses and all 100-level math and physics courses. If you have need of higher-level math or physics help, we are happy to facilitate study groups based on our tutors' content knowledge. We staff tutors who have expertise in math, physics, and actuarial science. While we can't support all classes on a drop-in basis, you are more than welcome to ask for a tutor's work schedule if they have the content knowledge you are hoping to be matched with. You can then set up appointments or visit them when they are scheduled.

    Can I do my math homework in the Math Center?

    Usually, but not at this time due to Covid 19.

    Can a tutor help me with a quiz or test?

    As a general rule, no. This would be considered academic dishonesty. However, some professors do allow students to get help on take-home quizzes. If this is the case, the professor will communicate directly with us so that we do not violate assignment expectations. Therefore, unless we have heard from a professor, we will not under any circumstance help students with quizzes or tests.

    Can I request a study group in the Math Center?

    Yes, but only if it's for a class not already supported by PALS (please see our PALS schedule).