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Drop-In Mentoring

  • What it is
    In the Drop-In Tutoring center, specially-trained tutors are available to answer your questions about Mathematics concepts. Menotrs interact with students on a question-by-question basis, and students can expect multiple, brief interactions with available mentors. Drop-In Mentoring is a great place to study alone or in groups, and is especially good for completing homework assignments.

Hours:

     

Monday & Wednesday

9:00am - 7:00pm

 

Tuesday & Thursday

9:00am - 7:00pm

          

Friday

9:00am - 3:00pm

 

Sunday

2:00pm - 8:00pm

 

 

 


   

  • Courses mentored in Drop-In Mentoring:
    Math
    021, 101, 102, 103, 115, 120, 123, 124, 225, 281 
  • Why it works
    Getting your homework done and understanding your homework problems are two different things. In Drop-In Tutoring, tutors help you get oriented toward the right answer, but won't hand it to you. They are much more focused on you understanding each part of the problem along the way. In many cases when you study, you only need a little boost to get on the right path – that is exactly what Drop-In Tutoring is here to provide.
     
  • How it works
    Drop-In Mentoring is free and available to all students. Simply come to the Math Assistance Center (JS 154) and a mentor will get you signed-in and will explain the Drop-In Tutoring layout and how to request assistance from a mentor. Have a seat in one of the spaces and feel free to study alone or with other students. Our question-and-answer system allows you to request a tutor's assistance when necessary. Questions are answered on a first-come, first-served basis. In general, only one question will be answered per interaction, and tutors try to keep each interaction to 3 to 5 minutes. When you are done studying, simply check out at the receptionist desk as you leave.
     
    If you're looking for a more personalized, individualized experience you might want to try Scheduled Mentoring, which allows you to meet one-on-one with a mentor for a one hour session. We may also be able to assist you and your friends or members of a student organization - who are all enrolled in the same course - arrange for tutors in a small group setting. Contact us for more information: MAC@bhsu.edu.

Scheduled Mentoring

  • What it is
    In one hour sessions, you get to partner with a specially trained, academically qualified mentor. Together, you and your mentor tackle difficult homework problems and review course concepts.
     
  • Why it works
    Our mentors are trained to provide you assistance, but they do not do the work for you. This means that when you return to your dorm – or to your classroom for a test – you're better prepared to do the work on your own.
     
  • How it works
    Simply complete the online form selecting a time that works with your schedule. Read the mentoring agreement, and submit the form to schedule the session – that's all there is to it!
     
    If you're looking for a group setting where you can work on homework problems with other students, briefly assisted by mentors, you might want to try Drop-In Mentoring. We may also be able to assist you and your friends or members of a student organization - who are all enrolled in the same course - arrange for mentors in a small group setting. Contact us for more information: MAC@bhsu.edu.