Math Services


Welcome to the Learning Commons' Individual Math Tutoring!

 

To make an appointment or ask questions, call 509-963-1270, or email us at learningcommons@cwu.edu.

Individual math tutoring provides a safe space for you to work on your math, and friendly tutors to assist you with questions.

Check in anytime, grab a sign from the Learning Commons front desk, sit comfortably at one of our whiteboard tables, and work on your own for as long as you like. If you have a question, a tutor is close by to offer support and help clarify concepts. You can also book a Zoom consultation and have a live video or audio conversation with a CWU math tutor.

  • Access Our Services Remotely

    All CWU students, including those attending CWU remotely or at campus centers, may access these services:

    Zoom Sessions

    You can schedule a Zoom session and have a live video or audio conversation with a trained tutor. To book a Zoom session, call or email us at learningcommons@cwu.edu to schedule an appointment today!

    eTutoring

    The CWU Learning Commons participates in the Northwest eConsortium, a collection of institutions that pool their resources to offer tutoring in a wide variety of subjects, including math. Access eTutoring from the Learning Commons' website.

  • Find Us on Campus or Contact Us

    The Math Team is located on the ground floor of the Brooks Library. You may make an appointment with us, but drop-ins are also welcome. To contact us, call 509-963-1270,‬ or send a message to us by emailing us at learningcommons@cwu.edu.

    The Learning Commons' individual math tutoring is open:

    Monday - Thursday: 10:00am to 9:00pm

    Fridays: 10:00am to 4:00pm

    Sundays: 4:00pm to 8:00pm

  • Read Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
    May I receive help for any math class?

    The CWU Math Team supports all general education quantitative reasoning courses, all 100-level math and physics courses, and many other courses that have a mathematical basis. We staff tutors who have expertise in math, physics, and actuarial science. While we can't support all classes on a drop-in basis, we are able to help you connect with a tutor in a certain area. We can also facilitate study groups based on our tutors' content knowledge.

    May I do my math homework in the Learning Commons?

    Yes. Check in at the Learning Commons front desk, find a space, and work as long as you like. If you have a question, tutors are always close by and happy to help.

    Can a tutor help me with a quiz or test?

    As a general rule, no, as this is considered academic dishonesty. However, some professors do allow students to receive help on take-home quizzes. If this is the case, please ask your professor to communicate directly with us, so that we do not violate assignment expectations. Unless we have heard from your professor, we cannot help you with a quiz or test.

    May I request a study group in the Math Center?

    Yes, unless it's for a class that is already supported by PALs (please see the PALs schedule).

Would you like to be a Math Tutor? Apply to work in the Learning Commons!

For additional information, please check out our Math Resources

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