In my first two years of undergrad, I found myself visiting the Math-Science Learning Center (MSLC) every week. At the MSLC, I was able to work on homework, collaborate with other students, but more importantly get help on my own time. Their flexible hours of operation and drop-in tutoring hours, allowed me to stop by and have one-on-one study time with a tutor. The MSLC offers student support in both math and science courses via tutors that are model students, supplemental instruction leaders and study group facilitators. The tutors are trained to assist students in understanding the material, not there to do their homework. The MSLC has free to use resources for students, such as the tutorial computers and reserved study materials e.g. solution manuals for popular courses. During my first four semesters of Calculus, I used the MSLC solution manuals to help me reinforce my understanding of the material when I was not able to ask the professor for clarification. The MSLC is a great resource for all students. Drop in or check out their website for more information!
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