Mathematics Learning Center

Expectations and Scheduling

When you arrive for your scheduled individual peer consultation, you will have a 30-minute one-on-one session with a qualified student. Since you will only be able to schedule one session per day, you will want to get the most out of your time with your consultant. Make sure you arrive prepared with what you need for your session. This includes items such as your textbook and class notes, paper and pencil, and links and login information if your class has them.

You can expect for your consultation to be conducted in a professional manner by a fellow student from UNA. Click the following link to schedule your appointment with the Mathematics Learning Center and be redirected to WCOnline. You will need to register with WCOnline and, because you have to register separately for each area offered by the University Success Center, you are encouraged to use ONLY your UNA e-mail address and the same password for all areas to make it easier for you to keep track.

Consultation Information

As a freshman during the Spring 2014 semester, you will be able to meet Mathematics Consultants for FOCUS Sessions through the Department of Residence Life in Rivers Hall. Consultants will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. So schedule an appointment to attend these FOCUS Sessions to ensure that you receive time with the consultant.

You will need to schedule an appointment for your 30-minute individual peer consultation through WCOnline. Registration is required with WCOnline for each area available through the University Success Center, so we recommend that you use ONLY your UNA e-mail address and the same password for each area of registration to make it easier for you. Your individual consultation will be with a fellow UNA student who has done well in the course with which you need assistance. Use the following table to determine which consultant is suitable for your needs.

As part of the Mathematics Learning Center, Mathematics Fellows will be available to assist students in certain Mathematics classes. Mathematics Fellows are qualified students who have experience in the math course with which they are assisting.  You can find out which classes have Mathematics Fellows and information about each Fellow on the Meet Our Staff page.