The Math Center at Buffalo State offers free tutoring services for a variety of undergraduate courses. The Center includes walk-in services; no appointment necessary. Tutors are comprised of professors, professional tutors, and student peer-tutors.
In addition to tutoring services, we welcome students who are looking for a study space to work independently.
Located in Buckham Hall, Room A203.
MAT114 Functions and Modeling
MAT121 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint
MAT122 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint 2
MAT124 Functions and Modeling II
MAT311 Introductory Statistics
MAT126 Applied Calculus I
MAT127 Applied Calculus II
MAT161 Calculus I
MAT162 Calculus II
MAT270 Discrete Math
MAT202 Linear Algebra
MAT263 Calculus III
MAT315 Differential Equations
Maria Ayub - Returning Fall 2018
Dr. Viglietti is the Director of the Math Center. She is a member of the Mathematics Department at Buffalo State.
Dr. V. recently took a graduate course on Graph Theory at Buffalo State. This semester she is working with Masters students in Mathematics Education.
Bob Stalder is a professional tutor in the Math Center.
Mr. Litz is a professional tutor at the Math Center.
Mrs. Koehler is a volunteer tutor in the Math Center.
Individuals who are interested in peer tutoring postions are welcome to stop in to The Math Center and speak with Dr. Viglietti or email her at the following address: email@example.com.
Individuals interested in professional tutoring positions are welcome to visit jobs.buffalostate.edu.
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