Developmental Math Study Groups and Tutoring Services
UC Clermont Tutoring Services is here to help you succeed in your math course! You can receive free personalized tutoring from us at a comfortable pace, regardless of your background and confidence levels in math.
We offer support for the following courses:
- Mathematical Literacy (MATH 0029)
- Fundamentals of Algebra (MATH 0030)
- Introductory Algebra (MATH 0031)
- Intermediate Algebra (MATH 0034)
Small student groups meet online via Microsoft teams twice a week under the guidance of a UC tutor. You can attend these study groups from the comfort of your couch. We want you to succeed and have a place to come for help, practice, or just to talk about math! If you’re in one of the above math courses, you have already been invited to a study group via email. If you have not received an invitation, please click to join your group below.
Drop-in Tutoring (No Appointment Needed)
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|1:30 – 2:50 p.m.||1 – 1:50 p.m.||1 – 1:50 p.m.|
|3 – 4 p.m.||3 – 4 p.m.|
How to join a Drop-in Session:
- Click to enter WebEx waiting room.
- A "virtual receptionist" will connect you to your tutor via a Microsoft Teams link when the session begins.
For more information about the drop-in tutoring for developmental math, or to view the schedule for all drop-in courses, please visit the MASS Center website.
Meet Your Tutors
Valentine Johns leads Developmental Math Tutoring Services at UC Clermont College. He enjoys helping students sharpen their math skills so they can be more confident in college. His unique ability to break down complex concepts make students feel empowered after every session. Valentine is constantly implementing new ways to engage students and motivate them to exploit their potential to the fullest!
Zoe La is an undergrad business analytics student at UC. She loves to help fellow students develop their skills in math. During her tutoring sessions she engages the student to identify the core areas they are struggling with and then guides the student on a path to better understand the topic since Algebra is a foundational course that equips students with important skills that they need to be successful in college science courses. Seeing her tutees develop their math skills and gain more confidence makes her more confident in her approach. Tutoring has helped her also develop her leadership, communication, and collaboration skills.
Candace Ogilby is a non-traditional student attending UC Clermont to pursue a career as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Candace is coming back to school after nine years as a graphic designer and creative director. In 2017 she became a 200-Hour Registered Yoga Instructor, and her love of teaching and learning about the body has grown ever since. Having attended many study groups herself (and asked her fair share of questions), Candace understands how helpful it is to see complex concepts broken down and discussed within a small group.