Getting Help With Math

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Help for Math

We have a variety of resources where you can get help with your math coursework:

Learning Support Network

The Learning Support Network is the gateway to all forms of academic help at Seattle Central. Go the Learning Support Network page to read about individual math and science help services below.


Science & Math Learning Center

The Science and Math Learning Center is a place where you can get help with your coursework in math, chemistry, physics, engineering and computer science. Help is available on a drop-in basis during regularly scheduled hours. Extended one-on-one tutoring is usually not available here due to demand on tutors' time. However, this is a great place to do your homework and prepare for exams or quizzes because you can ask questions and get help as you progress through the learning process. The Science and Math Learning Center is a good first step towards getting help and staying on top of your course material.

Broadway Edison (BE) Learning Center

If you need extended, one-on-one help with your math coursework, you may want to make an appointment with an individual tutor at the BE Learning Center. Individual half-hour appointments are made in a variety of subjects (including math!). A tutor will devote his or her complete attention to you during the appointment, ensuring that you are not interrupted. The BE Learning Center accepts walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis depending on tutor availability. For more information on how to set up an appointment, please visit the Learning Support Network.

  • BE 2102 (same level as the library)
  • Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-7pm; Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-3pm

Faculty Office Hours

Don't forget to utilize faculty office hours. Faculty usually post their office hours on their course syllabi and on their office doors. 

Academic Counseling and Assistance

The Science and Math Division has an academic counselor who is available to answer your questions about your academic endeavors here at SCCC. If you are experiencing difficulties with your studies, for whatever reason, or have questions or concerns about your studies, he is available to assist you. You can get help with a variety of issues that are either directly or indirectly related to your academics. To make an appointment to see the counselor, consult his appointment calendar in the Science & Mathematics Division Office (SAM110) on the first floor of SAM.

You can also visit the Student Academic Assistance at the college for help on things such as test anxiety, math test taking skills, and other issues related to studying and succeeding in college.

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