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Department of Mathematical Sciences


The support of the Herd is always behind you.

You need what you need when you need it. We get that, which is why we offer loads of resources for every stage of your academic journey. 

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Advisors keep you on track to graduate, and they’re also a great resource for things like creating class schedules, giving you insider info about campus, and getting you the help you need.  


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Math Resources

What you need to succeed.

The university is dedicated to providing all students with the resources they need for success, and our department is no different. Check out some of what’s available to you as a math major.

Students can start in the right math or statistics class by using their math placement information and talking to their academic advisor.

More information on this PDF chart.

E-Homework is a web-based electronic homework system (also called Möbius) that will immediately grade your answers and provide detailed, worked-out solutions. See your Brightspace course for instructions on how to get a Möbius license and create an account. Outside of Brightspace you can access Möbius by clicking HERE. For help, check out Möbius Support Site or email [email protected].

The Math Testing Center, located in Kettler Hall, Room G18A, is for students who are taking mathematics or statistics courses and have the permission from their instructor to take a test outside of class. In order to receive a test, you must have a photo ID and follow all directions from your instructor and policies of the center. 

Go to the Math Testing Center for the latest information on hours, policies, tutoring and video resources, and contact information.

Need help with math or statistics courses?  Come see us for tutoring:

In-person Tutoring

  • Math and Science Resource Area (MSRA)
    • Kettler Room G19
    • schedules posted in classrooms, on TutorTrac, or check with your instructor
  • Mathematical Assistance Learning Lab (the "MALL")
    • Kettler Hall, Room G38
    • For calculus or higher-level math or statistics courses
    • check with your instructor for the schedule of tutors and online options

Get Help


Online Tutoring Piazza is an online discussion board where you can post questions and/or answers to interact with students, teachers, and tutors across all sections of the course.

Click HERE to see which courses have discussion boards and, if desired, to self-enroll in Piazza. See tips for how to best use MA 15300 College Algebra.

See tips for how to best use MA 15400 Trigonometry.

Graphing calculators are expensive, and when you need it for only a course or two, it’s difficult to justify the purchase of one. We’re here to help. Check out what we offer. 

Models Available
We offer TI-83, TI-84, TI-84 CE, and TI-89 models.

Rent is only $10 for the TI-83 model, and $15 for all other models.

Pick up your rentals at the Student Government Association office in Walb Union, Room 225.

Academic Resources

The support you need.


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