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Summer hours: Mon-Thu 12-4pm

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Math Center's Goals

  • To help some students further develop basic skills in mathematics and keep them coming to school.
  • To assist other students to further sharpen their pre-existing math skills and advance through math courses.
  • To guide all students toward success in math and encourage them to excel through their scholastic endeavors and beyond.

Services Offered:  

  • Walk-in tutoring (no appointment necessary)
  • Walk-in math workshops
  • Graphing calculator loan 
  • PC's with math software for online homework
  • Available textbooks for student use 

Requirements:  

  • Must be an active Santa Ana College student
  • Must enroll into the free Math Center Supervised Tutoring Session (click below)
  • Must log-in and log-out when utilizing the math center

 

 Math 084 Beginning of Term Survey

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HOURS
 Fall & Spring 
Monday thru Thursday
9:00AM - 7:50PM
Friday
 10:00AM -12:50PM
Saturday
12:00PM - 4:00PM
 
LOCATION
 Room L-204 
Phone: 714-564-6678
 
 
 


1-on-1 tutoring 
 
 

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