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Aggie Math Learning Center

LOCATION: Animal Science Building (ANSC) Room 118 and Basement of the Junction

Notices and Announcements: All tutoring for the rest of Spring Semester 2020 will be Online. See hours and links below.

Access Online Tutoring Avialable via WebEx. See the links and instructions below. 

Open Hours

 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM

Tuesday to Thursday: 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM

 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

 10:30 AM to 2:30 pm


Instructions for Using Cisco WebEx
  • Preparation: Be prepared to join using Cisco WebEx.  A guide for using WebEx is here
  • Username: Please use your actual first name and the course you are in when logging into the meeting.  For example:  John – Math 1050.
  • Priority: Tutors will help students on first come first serve basis. 
  • Courtesy: Tutoring sessions may be recorded. We appreciate your patience and courtesy. 


MATH 0995 (College Mathematics Prep), MATH 1050 (College Algebra), MATH 1060 (Trigonometry), MATH 1100 (Calculus Techniques), MATH 1210 (Calculus I), MATH 1220 (Calculus II), MATH 2210 (Multi-variable Calculus), MATH 2250 (Linear Algebra / Differential Equations), MATH 2270 (Linear Algebra), MATH2280 (Differential Equations)


STAT 1040 (Intro to Statistics), STAT 1045 (Intro Stats with Algebra), STAT 2000 (Statistical Methods), STAT 2300 (Business Statistics), STAT 3000 (Statistics for Scientists)

Who are the Tutors?

All tutors who work for the Drop–in Math and Statistics program meet the following minimum criteria:

  • Current or former Utah State University students
  • Completed through Math 2250 (or 2270/2280) and/or through Stats 3000 with a course grade of B+ or higher
  • Earned a cumulative gpa of 3.2 or higher
  • Demonstrated effective oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • Required to complete USU 2160 (one credit tutor training course) during the first semester of tutoring. Completion of training results in Level II Advanced International Tutoring Program Certification through the College Reading and Learning Association.
  • Math and stats tutors typically represent majors in many colleges accross campus in addition to majors in Math, Statistics, or Engineering.