The Math & Stats Help Centre offers help to University of Saskatchewan students with a variety of mathematical or statistical topics. Math & Stats Help Centre tutors can help with courses that have mathematical or statistical content or concepts, including courses such as MATH 102, MATH 104, Math 110, STAT 244, STAT 245, etc. We can also help with courses that do not have "math" or "stats" in their title but have significant mathematical or statistical content, such as COMM 104, COMM 121, PSY 233, PLSC 214, etc.
We offer drop-in help in person and online appointments. Our services are available at no charge.
For drop-in help, students are welcome to come with questions to the Math & Stats Help Centre in Room 144 of the Murray Library. The Murray Library is located on the Saskatoon campus of the University of Saskatchewan.
For online appointments, our tutors use Zoom. Students can schedule an online appointment by visiting our appointment booking page.
Our services are available to University of Saskatchewan students for help with University of Saskatchewan courses. If you aren't sure that we will be able to help with your question, please check with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not generally have the capacity to help with research-level statistics, but we may be able to help depending on the nature of the question. Please email us at email@example.com for more information.
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Paper Math Resources
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The University Bookstore stocks some books on refresher mathematics (e.g. "College Algebra," "Forgotten Trigonometry") in the U Sask bookstore. There are also review sheets in the mathematics textbook section of the bookstore. Interested students may want to look for books on refresher mathematics in the University Library. Some students have found borrowing high school textbooks from the Education Library helpful in reviewing math concepts.
The USask Tutoring Network provides a list of tutors who tutor for a fee. Tutors' qualifications have been checked by staff from the University Library. Each tutor must have an NSID, have taken the class within the past 5 years (some exceptions may apply), be endorsed by an instructor, and give Hire a Tutor administrative staff access to their transcripts. Each tutor sets their own pay rate.
For Students Who Like Mathematics or Statistics
Do you enjoy your mathematics or statistics courses? If you are interested in pursuing a mathematics or statistics program of study, contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Additionally, you might enjoy touching base with other students who have similar interests. E-mail Holly Fraser and she'll put you in touch with other people who share your interest in and enthusiasm for mathematics and statistics.