Mathematics

Summer II 2014

Student & Faculty Resources

Newtown Campus: Drop in the Center (L210) for math tutoring. No appointment is needed; however, please check for tutor availability for your particular course by clicking on the link above.  Please call 215-968-8044 with any questions.

 

DAY
TIMES

Monday

10:00am-6:30pm 

Tuesday

10:00am-6:30pm 

Wednesday

10:00am-6:30pm 

Thursday

10:00am-6:30pm 

Friday

Closed

Upper Bucks Campus: The Tutoring Center at UBC is located in the North Building, Room 003.  Please stop in, call 215-258-7721, click on the Schedule Appointment link, or click on the Appointment Request link above to schedule or request an appointment. Please call Newtown at 215-968-8044 if you have any questions or if you need further assistance.

 

 

DAY
TIME
Monday

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Tuesday

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Wednesday N/A
   

Lower Bucks Campus: The Tutoring Center at LBC is located in the Library.  Please stop in, call 267-685-4825, click on the Schedule Appointment link, or click on the Appointment Request link above to schedule or request an appointment. Please call Newtown at 215-968-8044 if you have any questions or if you need further assistance.


Math tutoring at LBC will begin the week of 5/27/14.

 

DAY
TIME
Monday 4:00pm - 6:00pm
 
Tuesday 12:30pm - 2:30pm
 
Wednesday

4:00pm - 6:00pm 

   
 

Virtual Campus: Online Math Schedule

Please call 215-968-8044 to request a Real-Time Online Tutoring appointment for Math, click on Schedule Appointment; or submit an Tutoring Appointment Request.  Please note that all appointments must be scheduled by 10:00am the day of or by 5:00pm the evening preceding the session.

NOTE: Please click on Schedule Appointment / View Tutor Availability or call the Newtown Center to check for tutoring hours for your particular math course.  We may not have a tutor available for every course at all times.  Call 215.968.8044 for further information and telephone tutoring.

Please call the Newtown Tutoring Center at 215-968-8044 with any questions or concerns.

What We Can Do

  • help you utilize your math text, class notes, and homework assignments
  • help you learn how to read, interpret, and set up a math problem
  • help you get started on a homework assignment
  • help you understand a particular mathematical concept
  • help you solve a difficult homework problem
  • help you to improve your math note-taking skills
  • help you learn how to prepare for a math test
  • help you focus on and interrelate the various topics covered in your course

What We Can't Do

  • be of much help if you come to the Center the day of your test
  • do your homework for you
  • be of any assistance with a take-home test
  • take the place of going to class
  • guarantee that you will get a good grade
  • tutor for placement tests or standardized tests, such as the NLN, Praxis, etc.