Math Lab & Tutoring

Math Lab & Tutoring

Tutoring is available for all UD students in the Math Lab while school is in session. The Math Lab is located in Room 24 of the Haggerty Science Building, directly across from the Mathematics Department.

If you have any questions or need some help, feel free to stop by anytime. The schedule of times when tutors are working is below.

Math Lab Tutoring
Fall 2017

Monday         7-10pm    Tessa Rosenberger
Tuesday        7-10pm    Joan Dougherty
Wednesday  7-10pm    Parker Novey
Thursday      7-10pm    Yeabkal Wubshit
Friday           4:30-6:30pm    Peter Smith

Statistics Tutoring

Sunday        1-5pm  Peter Smith

 

           

 

 

  

Tutoring Opportunities 

If you are a current Math Lab Tutor at the University of Dallas and would like to work tutoring students outside of the University, please contact the Departmental Administrative Assistant for opportunities at ext. 5175 or penny@udallas.edu.

Frequent tutoring requests include - 7th grade level Mathematics, Pre-Calculus, Business Math, and Algebra I.


 

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