Getting Help

Many resources are available to help you:

  • Your text -- it doesn't read like a novel. You must work the examples on paper, attempt the homework, reread and think about the material as necessary.
  • Your instructor -- see your instructor during office hours or by appointment. We are more than willing to talk things out with you.
  • Your friends -- working problems through with others is an excellent learning tool (just remember not to try it on exams!).
  • Attend class -- take notes, participate in discussions: you generally get out of a class like this what you put in.
  • Don't fall behind -- make it a priority to get your assignments completed on time.
  • Library -- there are other texts that may provide another viewpoint.
  • Tutoring -- Math/Science Building, Room 141 -- tutors available daily.
  • If you are a student with a permanent or temporary disability and would like to request accommodations, please contact the Access Services Office located in Humanities 114, or call 475-7540.