Review Sessions
The Math Center has organized review sessions throughout the semester, around the time of exam weeks. Please see the Review Sessions Schedule for more details.

Math Placement Workshop
This summer the OU Math Department will be offering a workshop to assist students in getting placed in the entry-level math course for which they are best suited. If you are interested in finding out more about this workshop, please follow this link: Math Placement Workshop. .

Need Help?
Got lost in calculus today? Can't figure out that integral? Consider a visit to the Math Center, where experienced math tutors (many of whom are mathematics graduate students) are there to answer your questions.

General Information
  • Location
    The Math Center is located in PHSC 209 on the second floor of the Physical Sciences Center.
  • Summer Hours
    M-F       9:15am - 1:15pm
  • Courses Covered
    The Math Center serves students enrolled in Pre-calculus and
    Calculus courses.
  • Tutor Hours
    For specific tutor hours, click here.

How to reach us
The Director of the Math Center is Christine Tinsley. She may be
contacted at Also, look for us on Facebook.
Our Mission
The Math Center is dedicated to offering support to students enrolled in University of Oklahoma mathematics courses at the calculus level or earlier. Our goal is to provide assistance to students as they work on understanding and mastering the concepts presented in these math courses. Specifically the Math Center offers assistance and consultations for students enrolled in the following courses:
      Math 1473      Mathematics for Critical Thinking
Math 1503 College Algebra
Math 1523 Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry
Math 1643 Pre-Calculus for Business, Life and Social Sciences
Math 1743 Calculus I for Business, Life and Social Sciences
Math 1823 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Math 1914 Differential and Integral Calculus I
Math 2123 Calculus II for Business, Life and Social Sciences
Math 2423 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Math 2433 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
Math 2443 Calculus and Analytic Geometry IV
Math 2924 Differential and Integral Calculus II
Math 2934 Differential and Integral Calculus III
When You Come to the Math Center
  • Upon entering make sure to sign in at the front desk.
  • Follow the signs to the area where tutors for your course are available.
  • Either bring your textbook or bring references to particular sections or exercises in it.
  • Have questions ready for the Math Center staff before you arrive. This could either be a specific problem that is causing you difficulty or a general topic that you would like to review. If your question is of a general nature, then ask the staff person to provide you with examples or practice problems.
  • Raise your hand when you are ready for assistance.
  • Be courteous with the staff and fellow students in the Math Center.
  • The intent of homework assignments is to help students prepare for their examinations. Therefore, the staff will help you with similar problems so that you can complete your homework problems on your own. Do not expect the staff to do your homework assignment.
Tips to Help Make Your Visit
to the Math Center Successful
  • Get acquainted with the staff. Find one or more tutors that you work well with.
  • Talk and work with other students in the Math Center that have similar questions.
  • Be consistent throughout the semester visiting the Math Center.
  • Don't wait until exam weeks to come in to the Math Center. There will be more opportunities for individual attention in the non-exam weeks.
  • Check the Math Center schedule for special review sessions that may be available for your course.
  • Ask your instructor if she or he can occasionally reschedule an office hour in the Math Center.