The Math Lab
The Learning Support Center (LSC) Math Lab offers math tutoring on a walk-in basis or by appointment. You can get free assistance with your study of Developmental Math (90 Level) and General Education (100 Level) mathematics during our regularly scheduled hours. The LSC Math Lab also offers one-on-one tutoring by appointment. Call the front desk at (773) 442-4568 to schedule an appointment.
If you have any questions, please email Waleed Rehani, Instructor and Math Specialist, at email@example.com.
Your best resource for success is your classroom instructor. Know their office hours and how you can contact them outside of class. The Math Lab can answer questions and provide feedback for homework. We suggest, before coming to the Math Lab, that you study the examples in the textbook sections and class notes and make note of the homework assigned. Make sure you understand your class notes and attempt your homework before coming to the Lab. Prepare questions for the tutor. After leaving the Lab, do a quick review of what you have learned before your next class.
Additional Math Tutoring Opportunities
The Mathematics Department
The Mathematics Department offers tutoring for 100-level and above math courses on a first come first served basis in the Center for Science Engagement.
The English & Math Enrichment, Readiness and Growth Experience (EMERGE) at Northeastern Illinois University is designed to strengthen the confidence of incoming freshmen in Mathematics and English. The program is free so don't delay, register soon! Click here for more information on the program including eligibility requirements.
Mathematics Learning Education Community
Open to all interested students. Offers seminars that focus on mathematics education topics. Contact Sarah Cordell, Assistant Professor, Mathematics for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mathematics Enrichment Workshop Program
The Mathematics Enrichment Workshop Program is a specially designed program that offers optional one credit hour math enrichment workshops for students of all math ability levels. Currently, collaborative, peer-centered workshops are offered for students in College Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus I, and Calculus II, Calculus III, Math 251, and Math 275. There might also be math peer leaders assisting instructors in several math development course sections this semester.
If you are interested in finding out more, contact Sarah Cordell, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at email@example.com for more information on the Mathematics Enrichment Workshop Program.