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The Math & Science Center is a place to drop in and get help from tutors in your math, physics, chemistry, or computer science course when it's convenient for you. You are also free to do your own work at one of our tables or computers, or to meet with a study group. Our computers have all of the required software for all DCC math, physics, chemistry, and computer science courses. We also have calculators and textbooks for use while in the lab and a few calculators for students to borrow to take a test.
The Center is in Washington 224/226. Go in the front door of the Washington building, go up one flight of stairs (the stairs are on the right when you enter the building) or take the elevator to floor 2. The lab will be on your left.
Just come to W224/226 during the hours the lab is open, sign in with your myDCC ID and course, then ask a tutor (someone wearing a tutor badge) for help.
We offer help on a drop-in basis in math, physics, chemistry, and computer science.
Yes, help from the tutors, use of the computers, and use of the printers are all free.
No, just come when it’s convenient for you! The Math & Science Center is also a good place to do your homework or study, even if you don’t require the help of a tutor.
The tutors are DCC students who have mastered the material as well as two professional tutors.
What tutors do:
What tutors don’t do:
Check our website for our current hours.
No, an individual tutor will devote an entire hour to helping you only. Our tutors help many students during the course of an hour. If you feel you need individual tutoring, go to Academic Services in Hudson 315 and apply for a tutor. (See their website by following the “tutoring” link in the Academic Resources for Students box in myDCC, under the Student tab.) If you do have an individual tutor, you may still use the Math & Science Center.
Click on the “Hours help is available by course” link. This will tell you when help is available for each course in the Math & Science Center.
Yes, the printers may be used for printing assignments (such as papers, graphs, presentations, etc.). If you wish to print a PowerPoint faculty lecture, guidelines which are posted in the lab must be followed. There is a color printer which may be used for the final draft of an assignment if color is required.
Yes, textbooks and graphing calculators may be borrowed for use in the lab. TI-84 calculators may be borrowed for tests.
Logging in allows us to keep track of how many people use the lab and for which courses. Your individual information is not used by the Center.