Every evening Math Success is prepared to assist students with Math Classes from 003-246, including Developmental Mathematics, Algebra, Probability, Precalculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, and statistics courses (STAT100, STAT400, ECON321, BMGT230, etc.). Our math coaches are also able to assist with various other courses, including upper-level math courses. We cannot we guarantee someone will be available these evenings but below we have a general list of courses we can assist with a given evening. Additionally, our priority is to help students in introductory math classes, but we will try to help everyone as best we can.

If you have any specific questions, you can email us at mathsuccess@umd.edu.

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday |

MATH 003 MATH 010/110 MATH 011/111 MATH 013/113 MATH 015/115 Calculus I Calculus II Statistics (including 100, 400, ECON, BMGT, etc.)Calculus III Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Proof Introduction to Number Theory Advanced Calculus I Advanced Calculus II |
MATH 003 MATH 010/110 MATH 011/111 MATH 013/113 MATH 015/115 Calculus I Calculus II Statistics (including 100, 400, ECON, BMGT, etc.)Calculus III Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Proof Advanced Calculus I Advanced Calculus II |
MATH 003 MATH 010/110 MATH 011/111 MATH 013/113 MATH 015/115 Calculus I Calculus II Statistics (including 100, 400, ECON, BMGT, etc.)Calculus III Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Proof Introduction to Number Theory Advanced Calculus I Advanced Calculus II |
MATH 003 MATH 010/110 MATH 011/111 MATH 013/113 MATH 015/115 Calculus I Calculus II Statistics (including 100, 400, ECON, BMGT, etc.)Calculus III Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Proof Advanced Calculus I Advanced Calculus II |
MATH 003 MATH 010/110 MATH 011/111 MATH 013/113 MATH 015/115 Calculus I Calculus II Statistics (including 100, 400, ECON, BMGT, etc.)Calculus III Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Proof Introduction to Number Theory Advanced Calculus I Advanced Calculus II |

##### Collaborative Study Groups

In addition to our walk-in Math Tutoring, we host Collaborative Study Groups (CSGs), which are Supplemental Instruction study sessions. These sessions are provided during Math Success Program hours and are larger study groups in which students of the same class are located in a separate room to work on that particular subject. Students can work together to work through challenging problems, develop their math skills, and build confidence in their abilities. Collaborative Study Group leaders attend lectures during the week and lead a study session once a week.

Currently, we have sessions for MATH140 and MATH141 on Mondays and Wednesdays.