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The department and university offer an array of academic support services for students.

Office Hours

Your instructor's office hours are the first way you should seek help if you are struggling in a class. Don't feel like you need a "good question" to approach your instructor. If you cannot make scheduled office hours all instructors will schedule alternate times by appointment, within reason.

Pi Study Club

The Pi Study Club is every Tuesday night from 5-7pm in the Ritter Hall Lobby. Hosted by the math help sessions tutors for all students enrolled in any mathematics or statistics course. Stop by for free pizza and math help! Bring a friend. 

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Help Sessions

The department of mathematics and statistics provides drop-in tutoring to support all mathematics and statistics courses from elementary algebra to Calculus III. Help sessions are staffed by advanced mathematics students, and no appointments are necessary.

Fall 2022  Hours

Math help sessions will begin on August 29th and end on December 9th. 

Help sessions during the day are in Ritter 111. Fall hours are Monday- Thursday  9-4, and Friday from 9-1.  Drop in, sign in, and say hello to a tutor.

Evening hours are Sunday and Thursday from 6-9pm via zoom.  You will need to log in to Zoom with your SLU account.

Join help sessions zoom

(If the "Join" button does not work, try your MySLU zoom tool with the meeting ID 935-2860-8453 and passcode 524287.)

Note: Help sessions will not be held over Labor Day, Fall Break, or Thanksgiving Break. The tutoring center's last day for Fall 2022 will be December 9th. 

Times Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9-10 am          
10-11am          
11-12pm          
12 - 1 pm          
1-2pm          
2-3pm          
3-4 pm        
Pi Study Club             
Zoom Tutoring 6-9pm        

Student Success Center

SLU's Student Success Center provides academic support across the curriculum, and can match you with an individual tutor for help in mathematics and statistics courses from elementary algebra to differential equations.

Computer Science Tutors

The computer science department provides drop-in tutoring to support computational math courses MATH 1660 Discrete Mathematics and R-based statistics courses such as MATH/STAT 3850 Foundations of Statistics. Tutoring hours are held in ISE 216 and no appointments are necessary. Spring 2021 hours are all on zoom.  See the computer science tutoring page for details and posted hours.

Private Tutoring

 The department maintains a list of individuals offering private tutoring for a fee.  Contact the department for more information.

Success in Mathematics

Created by the department in 1993, the Success in Mathematics document is still relevant to success in mathematics courses today.  Printed copies are available by request.