Math Resource Center
We offer support to students in mathematics courses up to the Calculus level, led by student professionals with expertise in math.
For fall 2020, all of our Math Resource Center tutoring will take place online.
Please click here for more information about how to connect with academic support.
During individual and group sessions, peer tutors can provide:
- Support for understanding course concepts up to (and occasionally beyond) Calculus I
- Guidance for managing and completing assignments
- Problem-solving insights and tips
- Test-preparation and test-taking strategies, including strategies to reduce math test anxiety
Mission for Students:
To help you, the students we support, understand concepts, set goals, acquire problem-solving skills and solidify habits that will help you achieve greater success in math at Cabrini. Our tutors are proficient, not only in the content of the courses they support, but in the skills, tools and behaviors that support effective study. They are here to help you identify the math challenges you face and work with you to develop a plan for success.
Mission for the University Community:
To support the growth of all students enrolled in math courses within the Cabrini University community through one-on-one tutoring and the provision of materials and resources grounded in research and high impact practices. Our purpose is, as a part of the Academic Enrichment Department within the Center for Student Success, to advance the university’s strategic goal to attract and retain a more diverse student body.
The Math Resource Center offers Cabrini faculty the following supports and resources:
If you believe your students might benefit from the support of a Subject Area Tutor, we’d love to speak with you. Please contact Kate Branca, Peer Tutoring Program Coordinator
Practice Tests & Problems
Please visit our page containing Math Resources by Class to see what practice tests and problems we have available for our students. If you are interested in updating an existing resource or developing a new resource, please contact Peer Tutoring Program Coordinator Kate Branca, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-902-8443.
Have you considered requesting a Classroom Coach? If you feel that your students could benefit from consistent in-class support, then a Classroom Coach might be a good fit. Visit our Classroom Coaching page for more information about this program, and contact Rachel Edwards, Director of Academic Enrichment, at email@example.com or 610-902-8573 with any questions you may have.
Faculty collaboration is an essential component of Academic Enrichment’s efforts to meet the changing needs of Cabrini students. Thank you for your involvement in and support for our programs!