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
Academic Resource Center
The mission of Tarleton's Academic Resource Center is to assist students in developing effective techniques for facilitating their own learning. There are many resources including tutoring services and supplemental instruction.
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|
|Cal 1 and below||
(Group tutoring available)
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.
Visit the Mathematics Department office in Math Building room 142 or call 254-968-9168 for information.
- Must have successfully passed the course you are hired to grade for.
- Get an application in the Mathematics Office Room 142.
Math Clinic Tutor
The Math Clinic is a free tutoring service provided by the Mathematics department. It is located in Room #203 in the Mathematics Building. Our tutors are either graduate teaching assistants or undergraduate students that have a strong mathematics background. Tutors are expected to attend meetings that are held regularly throughout each semester, as well as complete training activities. Must not be afraid to approach a student to ask them if they need help. Must have a desire to help others, and patience to help others succeed.
Applications to work in the Math Clinic should be completed by finals week of the previous semester. (Example: If applying for a Fall 2010 semester, then you need to apply before finals of the Spring 2010 semester.) Each tutor starts out above minimum wage, and after 2 semesters of working is eligible for a pay raise. If you have any questions please feel free to ask, see the Mathematics Secretary in Room 142 in the Mathematics Building.
Included informative communication with students, faculty, and staff. Office maintenance including paperwork, information technologies, filing, and scheduling. Cross-campus errand running. Technological proficiency required. (Computers, Office Software, Printers)
Must be able to answer phones, greet people walking through the door, as well as handle daily tasks on the job.
Return Applications to Room 142