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Mathematics Assistance Center

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We're here to help.

MAC

The Mathematics Assistance Center (MAC) is an open access learning commons located in Taylor Hall (UC B001) and offers collaboration and support for all mathematics students.

815 West Michigan Street
Taylor Hall
UC B001
Indianapolis, IN 46202

(317) 274-7898

MAC Stat

The MAC Stat is a service of the Department of Mathematical Sciences and University College at IUPUI. It is located in University Library (UL 2135D) and offers tutoring and peer mentoring to any statistics student.

755 West Michigan Street
University Library
UL 2135D
Indianapolis, IN 46202

(317) 274-7235

Hours

  MAC & MAC Stat Elementary Ed. Math
Sun 12pm to 5pm 12pm to 5pm
Mon 9am to 9pm 10am to 2pm
Tue 9am to 9pm 4:30pm to 7pm
Wed 9am to 9pm 9am to 1pm
4:30pm to 7pm
Thu 9am to 6pm Closed
Fri 9am to 6pm 12pm to 3pm
Sat Closed Closed
 

No appointment is necessary for visiting. Drop in any time during open hours to work with a peer tutor or mentor.

Closed:
Labor Day weekend, weekend before and during Fall Break, Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, MLK Day Weekend, Spring Break, Easter, Spring Semester Break, Fourth of July, and Summer Semester Break

Supported Courses

Algebra
11000, 11100

Elementary Education Math
13000, 13100, 13200, 13600

Algebra & Trigonometry
15300, 15400, 15900

Finite Mathematics
M-118

Calculus
16500, 16600, 17100, 22100, 22200, 23100, 23200, 26100, 26600, 35100, M-119

Statistics
30100, 35000

non-Math Department courses
SPEA K-300, BUS B-201

Resources at your disposal.

We made several class resources just for you. These resources include instructive shorts, class hand-outs, formula sheets, study guides, practice examinations and answer keys. They're designed to prepare you for mid-terms and final exams.

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