Math Lab Tutoring

In-person tutoring is offered for Leeward CC MATH or QM discipline course work to currently enrolled students, at no charge, on a first-come-first-serve-basis.  Math Lab Tutors are able to assist with:

  • Routine computerized homework
  • Odd-numbered textbook problems
  • Study guides that are not graded
  • Other assignments with written instructor permission

To help us better serve you, please come in prepared with textbook and any class notes.

Without written instructor directions to the contrary, the Math Lab Tutors are unable to assist students with:

  • Take-home exams or quizzes
  • Departmental or exit assessments
  • Graded or extra-credit projects
  • Bonus problems

Tutors are available circulating around the Math Lab assisting students or checking resources in/out at the Help Station. Math Lab staff is limited, so patience is needed and appreciated if all the tutors on duty are working with other students.

Budgetary and staffing constraints limit the Math Lab’s tutoring services to students currently enrolled in Leeward CC MATH and QM discipline courses this semester:

Fall 2016

MATH 75
MATH 78
MATH 82
MATH 88
MATH 100
MATH 100c
MATH 103
MATH 111
MATH 112
MATH 115
MATH 135
MATH 140
MATH 140x
MATH 203
MATH 205
MATH 206
MATH 231
MATH 232
QM 107c

UH and UHCC students interested in remote tutoring for subjects such as math, physics, and chemistry can try out the online tutoring service Brainfuse.  Just login to MyUH Services and click on or search for Brainfuse Online Tutoring.

To explore other College options that might be helpful, visit the academic help web page: http://www.leeward.hawaii.edu/academic-resources

Please Keep in Mind:

Most of the Math Lab Tutors are Leeward CC students who have done well in their MATH courses.  Like all other students, they can occasionally misread a problem or make an error in computations.  Not all tutors will be able to assist with upper level calculus course work.  Tutors may not be familiar with the content from courses that are not included in the STEM sequence. When in doubt, tutors will refer students to the appropriate instructor. The Math Lab appreciates patience and understanding under such circumstances.