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Math Learning Center

Academic Village, Room A-118
(516) 876-3338

Staffed by professional and peer tutors, the Math Learning Center (MLC) provides free tutoring and support services for students enrolled in mathematics and computer science courses at SUNY College at Old Westbury.

The MLC conducts laboratory sessions for Introductory Algebra (MA0500), and also houses a library of textbooks, videotapes and educational technology.

Current Hours for Service
Monday
9:30 AM to 6:30 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM to 6:30 PM
All students must sign in before entering.

Math Learning Center Staff

Meryl Altabet
Director, Math Learning Center
Building: CC, Room: H-211A
Phone: (516) 628-5622
E-mail: AltabetM@Oldwestbury.Edu

MLC Services   top

  • Tutoring: Tutoring is available whenever the Center is open. No appointment is necessary.
  • Textbooks and Answers: Answer books and textbooks for most math courses may be borrowed for use in the Center. A current Old Westbury ID is required.
  • Videotapes: Videotapes for many of the basic courses are available for use in the Center. Some of the videotapes are available for overnight use. These tapes are especially good for students who have missed class or who wish further review of a topic.
  • Software: Computer software is available for many of the basic courses.
  • Worksheets: Worksheets are available on a variety of topics.

Study Tips   top

Do not expect to learn an entire course in one day. Work on one topic at a time, and try to master it before moving on to the next. First try the homework on your own, and then ask for help on the material that you have trouble with.

Before taking a course make sure you satisfy all course prerequisites. Attend all classes, and do the assigned readings and homework on time.


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