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Click here for the Virtual Guide to the Fall 2020 Semester and for information about CARES Funding. 

Math Resource Center

Math Resource Center

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Math Resource Center services will be offered on-line for the Fall 2020 semester.

The Math Center offers math tutoring, placement testing, preparation resources and workshops. These are all described below.

Location: 3rd Floor, St. Joseph Hall, Room 335 (temporarily closed)
Email: MathCenter@chc.edu or see below for scheduling

Hours: 

  • Monday - Friday - 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • E-mail MathCenter@chc.edu or Director Tom Epp at EppT@chc.edu for scheduling weekend sessions

Tutoring

Tutoring by professional and student tutors is a free service offered to CHC students enrolled in math courses. Due to the temporary closure of the Math Resource Center, all tutoring for the Fall 2020 semester will be done remotely using Teams, Zoom, or other telecommunications tools. At the tutoring session, students need to have handy the work they completed or attempted on their own, as well as their syllabus and notes.

Scheduling Tutoring Sessions: Click on the desired date on the calendar below to get to the sign-up page, then reserve a time slot there. Students can sign up for one or two half-hour sessions. Please be sure to indicate the course and/or topic!

Additional Resources: While waiting, we recommend going to PatrickJMT or Khan Academy and inputting the chapter or section name as the topic.

The above sites are also a great resource if students need assistance with homework in the later evening hours! 

Math Placement Testing

What you need to know:  

All students new to CHC must take the Math Placement Test.  The test is a standardized test developed by the College Board. It measures your understanding of basic arithmetic and beginning algebra concepts and skills.

The placement results are on your myCHC.edu account and given in one of four levels:  Level 1 or 2 qualifies you to register in math classes required for your major. Level 3 or 4 indicates that you need one or more remedial math classes prior to those required by your major. To prepare, review the worksheets and a list of skills shown below in the Test Preparation Resources area. Some tutoring is also available prior to testing. Contact the Math Center Director at EppT@chc.edu to schedule your test.

Math Test Preparation Resources

Additional Resources and sample questions are available online at PatrickJMT and the Khan Academy sites.

Director: Tom Epp
Phone: 215.248.7088
Email: MathCenter@chc.edu

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