The Mathematics department facilitates several aids and resources to help Tarleton students improve and achieve academic success. Below is a list of available resources provided:
- Math Clinic. A free tutoring service.
- Supplemental Instruction
- Private Tutors
- Calculator Rental
- Internships Available
- Available Student Jobs
The Math Clinic is a free tutoring service provided by the Mathematics department. It is located in Room #203 of the Mathematics Building. Our tutors are either graduate students in Mathematics or undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics or Physics with outstanding performance in their major. They are available Monday-Friday to help you with your questions.
Monday - Thursday 8am - 6pm
Fridays 8am - 1pm
Location: Mathematics Building, Room 203.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions are designed to support student learning through peer-assisted study sessions. These free sessions a re facilitated by students who have been previously successful in the course. SI sessions integrate how-to-learn with what-to-learn; incorporate study skills; provide peer-support; and reinforce classroom instruction. The informal setting provides a forum for students to interact with other students, discussing the content.
To See the SI sessions schedules , click on the link!
This list contains individuals who have expressed an interest in private tutoring. Please contact the individual and ascertain if they will fit your needs. All pricing for tutoring is by the individual.
These tutors have also expressed an interest in lower level courses such as high school and junior high.
Note that the listed individuals are by no means assessed or endorsed by Mathematics department.
|Name||Interested in Tutoring||Rate|
|Calculus 1 and below||$10 p/hr|
|Algebra and below||$8 p/hr|
Need a Calculator?
Can't afford one?
The Math Club and T.E.A.M. has you covered!
Come by Room 142 in the Mathematics Building to rent a calculator for $25-45 for the entire semester.
What a deal!
This is a Math Club/TEAM fundraiser. Cash or check only.
- TI- Inspire
- TI- 84
- TI- 83 Plus
- TI- 86
All calculators are rented for the semester. They are due back to the Mathematics Office after your Mathematics final. Any calculator that is not returned in working condition will result with a hold on your record. Any lost or damaged calculator is $50.00. Any NSpire that is lost or damaged is $60.00.
The 16th Annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, NCUWM.The conference is January 31-February 2, 2014, hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and held at the Embassy Suites in downtown Lincoln.
Nebraska IMMERSE (Intensive Mathematics: a Mentoring, Education, and Research Summer Experience) is a six-week summer program to help such students make the transition from undergraduate to graduate work, and also developing the teaching, research and mentoring skills of early-career faculty. It is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s EMSW21 initiative. The dates for the 2014 program are June 9-July 18. The core of the program consists of two intensive courses in algebra and analysis at the advanced-undergraduate/beginning-graduate level, each organized around a research paper. The students will receive room, board, a travel allowance, and a $3,600 stipend. Applications are due on March 15, 2014, with notification in early April. The early-career faculty who teach the courses will be at UNL for eight weeks, May 28-July 19. They also receive room, board, and a travel allowance, as well as a stipend of $11,000. The deadline for early-career faculty applications is December 1, 2013, with notification in early January.