Free tutoring is available for the following courses^{*}.

100-level courses Math 105, 130, 135, 140,
144, 150, 155, and 160

200-level courses
Math 201, 202, 210,
213, 215, and 230

Computer Science 117, 120

Computer Science 220, 250

No appointment necessary. Just drop in anytime during our operating hours.

The Mathematics and Computer Science Tutoring Center opens each semester on the first week of class and continues to the last day of class. The center is closed during final exam week and school holidays.

Questions or comments - contact:
Jean Marshall, HS 132B
410-543-6471 (campus ext. 36471) jlmarshall@salisbury.edu

PRIVATE TUTORING STATEMENT

The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science Tutoring Program does not directly provide private tutoring. However, the Department does maintain a list of tutors who are interested in being informed of private tutoring opportunities. So, if you're in the market for a privateMath or Computer Science tutor, please contactJenny Howard in our main office at (410) 543-6140, HS 140, jlhoward@salisbury.edu to be put in contact with a potential private tutor.

DISCLAIMER: The Department'sonlyinvolvement in private tutoring arrangements is to provide contact information to interested parties. We have no involvement in, nor do we assume responsibility for, any further arrangements (regarding meeting location, schedule, payment, etc.) between the private tutor and the parties seeking private tutoring.

* Students in other departments' lower-level courses with similar mathematical content to our 100- and 200-level courses may also make use of our tutoring program. However, anytime the tutoring room is especially busy, students being helped with MATH or COSC courses have priority over any other students in the room.

*Math 105 has many specialized topics that are not taught in a traditional mathematics curriculum. The tutors can help with the underlying mathematics but they may not have seen these types of applications.

* Tutoring is intended primarily for the courses listed at the top of this page. It is not intended for MATH classes numbered 300 or higher.