The Math Resource Center (MRC) offers drop-in tutoring for most 100- and 200- level Mathematics courses in an environment conducive to study both individually and in small groups.
The tutors staffing the MRC are able to assist students by helping with homework questions, practice problems, and exam analysis. Come by and learn how to reduce math anxiety and improve your math study skills! Just bring your math homework and study with us.
Students: Don't forget to bring your student ID, or have your ID # memorized, to sign in.
During the summer, the MRC will be open Monday - Thursday from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The MRC is closed on Fridays during the summer.
- Drop-in academic support for MATH 055, 065, 085, 111, 112, 105, 107, 180, 190, 205 & 206 & ENGR 101,102 & 190
- A mini-computer lab for MathCDs, MyMathLab, MATH XL, Maple, and Internet
Assistance through the Virtual Math Center (VMC) is also available. To access the VMC, go to http:/blackboard.louisville.edu and log in using your ULink userID and password. Under "My Organizations" click on "Virtual Math Center." Once the Virtual Math Center opens, you may navigate the site using the buttons on the left. Online academic support includes:
- MATH 085, 111, 112, 107, 180, 190, 205, 206 & ENGR 101, 102,190
- Study skills and extra practice
- Tutors available nights and weekends
- Check the Blackboard site for the tutoring schedule
ADVANCE is a five week summer intensive review program for Mathematics, primarily pre algebra and algebra skills. This program requires onsite or online instructor-led intensive review sessions. These review sessions offer fast-paced instruction in a self-paced format. In addition, online computer sessions provide practice, supplemental instruction and skills tests for each week of the program. Students must work to task competing weekly assignments and tests for successful completion of the program. If a student successfully completes the program, s/he is eligible to post-test for UofL Mathematics placement. The post-test provides an opportunity for possible advancement in placement. Eligible students can use this opportunity to “ADVANCE” into UofL’s general education Mathematics curriculum. Apply Now Find out more about the program.
Speed Calculus Preview Program - Summer 2013
This Calculus Preview Program is a five-week intensive review program for intermediate algebra and advanced algebra skills. The program requires on site or online instructor-led intensive review sessions. These review sessions offer fast-paced instruction in a self-paced format. In addition, online computer sessions provide practice, supplemental instruction and skills tests for each week of the program. Students must work to task completing weekly assignments and tests for successful completion of the program. If a student successfully completes the program, he or she will be better prepared to handle the rigorous first few weeks of her/his first SPEED School calculus course.
Virtual Math Center
Drop in academic support for MathZone and MathXL is available for Math 111 and Advance in Mathematics Students. Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm and Friday 9:00am - 2:00pm is located in Strickler Hall 3rd floor, room 331.
Students in Math 080, 107, 111, 112, 180, 190, 205, 206 and ENGR 190, 101, 102 can use the Virtual Math Center (VMC) for online tutoring. The VMC is available through your Blackboard account if you are registered in any of these courses.
Mini-computer lab - Ten computers are available with a broad array of math applications such as MyMathLab, MathXL, and Maple.
Textbooks - With your student id, you may check out the required textbook for your math course. Books cannot be taken out of the Math Center.
Solutions Manuals - With your student id, you may check out the solution manual for your math textbook. Manuals cannot be taken out of the Math Center.
Videos - With your student id, you may check out videos for MT 065, MT 085, and Math 111. These videos can be taken out of the Center or viewed in the Center on a TV/VCR with the use of headphones.
Course Binders - Course binders are available that include answer keys to worksheets, old quizzes, and old tests. Binders can be viewed for Math 105, Math 107, Math 111, ENGR 101, ENGR 102, and ENGR 205.
Course Syllabi - The syllabus for your math course as well as the syllabi from previous courses are available in binders in the Center.