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The Math Success Center

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Math Success Center is closed to the public. However, the Math Success Center is online and our tutors are here to help you with math assignments! 

 

The Math Success Center is open Monday to Friday 9-5 and Saturday and Sunday 10-5, so be sure to visit us online via Canvas! For more information, see below!

Please note: The Math Success Center will be closed 2/15 (Presidents' Day), 4/2 (Spring Break Day), 4/12-4/16 (Spring Break), and 5/31 (Memorial Day). 

TUTORING and WORKSHOPS

Tutoring sessions and workshops are held on VVCZoom (accessed via the "Tutoring and Academic Support: Acad101" tile on Canvas).

HOW TO ACCESS THE ONLINE TUTORING and WORKSHOPS:

  • Log into your Canvas account. If you have problems, contact the Help Desk at (760) 245-4271, ext. 2740, or servicedesk@vvc.edu
  • Click on the “Tutoring and Academic Support: Acad101” tile
  • Click on “VVCZoom” located on the left
  • Click on the scheduled session based on the day and time
  • Click “Join”

A New Place to Study...

Math Success Center Tutoring

The math department wants to help you study for your math class. Rather than going home to study on your own, come to the Math Success Center to do your homework and get any tutoring you need!

Open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Come to Building 21, Room 145 (ATC). Study with your classmates, study on your own, or get some help from the tutors.

 

Testimonials

"The tutors are great. they explain every step clearly and have a TON of patience. I plan on going just about every day; math isn't one of my stronger suits." (Shauna T., student).

MSC3

 

"This is better because I can come in at any time, because of my class schedule." (Mary W., student)

MSC4

"I found the atmosphere to be very pleasant, comfortable, and beneficial to students. It is a true Godsend for many of our students." (Professor Estephan, Math Department)

 

Last Updated 10/29/19