Need Extra Help in a Math Class?
The Math Success Center is a zero-cost service provided by SCC that provides students assistance and supplement learning done in the classroom. A math faculty member, an instructional assistant, or a student tutor is always on duty to assist students with questions or concerns from their math class. Additionally, computers are available for students to access mathematical software or do work for an online math class. Students also have access to limited instructional videos and computer tutorial programs.
The Math Success Center is Now Online!
Due to the campus closure from COVID-19, the Math Success Center is now offering services online. Already registered? Start using these new services today! Log into Canvas and select the Math Success Center course (MATHCE 100). Not registered? It's easy! See "How to Enroll" below.
There are two types of assistance available, live help and discussion boards.
For Live Help, click on the "GET HELP NOW" button. During the hours of operation, faculty, Instructional Assistants, and student tutors are available to assist students! To initiate a tutoring session, find a staff member displaying the green "ONLINE" image and click "Ask for help." Enter a question in the chat screen and get connected to a staff member. Staff members have interactive whiteboards so students can actively participate through a session, if needed.
To utilize the discussion boards, click on the "Discussions" tab in Canvas on the left menu. Discussion questions are answered within 24 business hours. If a question is posted during the hours of operation, most likely the question is answered same day.
How to Enroll
To use the Math Success Center, students need to enroll in MATHCE 100 from the continuing education offerings. From the WebAdvisor menu,
- Select the
term + Continuing Ed., e.g., Spring 2020 Continuing Ed.
- Select location
OEC - SCC Continuing Education.
MATHCE - Free Noncredit Math.
Course Number, enter
Students enrolled in MATHCE 100 will complete at least 10 hours and one activity in the Math Success Center during the 16-week semester to earn a Satisfactory Progress (SP) grade.
For more info, visit our FAQs page: Math Success Center FAQs
Plenty of space to sit and do work ||
Computers for online assignments and activities ||
Study room for small groups with white boards |
Fall & Spring Semesters
9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.||Mondays-Thursdays|
|9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.||
12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.||Mondays-Thursdays|
|1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.||Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays|
- Mathematics Instructors are always available
- Computers available for student use
- Study Rooms for small groups
- For questions, please email the Math Success Center at firstname.lastname@example.org
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