UMASS Lowell Mathematics Tutoring Information Fall 2016 (Updated: 08/16/2016) 

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First and foremost you should seek help from your professor! In addition, if you have questions about your work, there are two places to find help. You should try CLASS, located in Southwick Hall. Their tutoring services are in Room 321. The link below will take you there for lots of information including weekly tutor schedules. Centers for Learning and Academic Support Services You should also try the mathematics department tutoring center located in Olney Hall room 407. You will find department TA's that are able to help you with any questions concerning calculus. The schedule is below: Fall 2016 Mathematics Department Tutoring Center (Olney Hall 407)
Tutor Subjects Zhuravlyov: All courses below Differential Equations, Discrete I, Linear Algebra I, II, Numerical Analysis, Complex Variables, Real Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Prob and Stats, Abstract Algebra Allen:All courses below Differential Equations, Discrete Structures I, Mathematical Problem Solving, Linear Algebra I & II, Number Theory, Probability and Mathematical Statistics I, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra I, Complex Variables I, Partial Differential Equations, Measure and Probability Theory, Topology Maguire: All courses below Differential Equations, partial diff eqs, algebra, real analysis, number theory, discrete structures/set theory, topology, geometry, calc of variations, complex analysis, linear algebra, applied math, fourier analysis, mathematical physics. Kennedy: All courses below Differential Equations, Linear Algebra I &II, Real Analysis, Discrete Structures I, and Prob. and Stats. Grigg: All courses below Differential Equations, Linear Algebra I &II, Discrete Structures I & II, and Prob. and Stats. Chen: All courses below Differential Equations, Linear Algebra I &II, Discrete Structures I & II, and Prob. and Stats.
