Mathematics and Statistics

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What We Do

Our team of professional staff and trained undergraduates offer structured, engaging, and collaborative learning support to students.  Our services seek to foster a student-centered environment that allows students to thrive and succeed while engaging with the mathematics and statistics they encounter throughout the UC Berkeley undergraduate curriculum.

Our Philosophy

We believe all students have the right to learn mathematics and statistics. We partner with students in setting scaffolded learning goals by providing tools, strategies and opportunities for them to meet their aspirations. We create high quality, high touch collaborative service models that are peer centered and designed to meet students where they are. Our goal is to create a learning community that is judgment-free, positive, and motivational.   

Moreover, we engage students in an iterative learning process that entails reflection, consistent engagement with course material and a refinement of their learning strategies and praxis. Our approach recognizes the power of peer collaboration which bolsters self-efficacy; agency and opportunities for peers to co-labor while making meaning of course material together. 

Ultimately, we support learners in developing a comprehensive approach to their learning process; while enhancing their sense of belonging in the mathematics and statistics learning community.