Drop-In Tutoring

Video Introduction



Drop-In Tutoring is a virtual collaborative space powered by Zoom designed to encourage students to work with tutors or each other on problem sets, concepts, theory, or anything else related to the material in their courses. The tutors may provide a conceptual framework on a given concept or create parallel problems to assess and develop content mastery. Typically at peak times there are about 10 tutors available every hour to work with students in small groups or individually. Drop-In Tutoring is provided for the following courses: Math 1AB, 10AB, 16AB, 32, 53, 54, 55, 96 and Stat 2, 20, 21, and 134.

Virtual Drop-In Community Agreements

Below is a summary of the Math/Stat Virtual Drop-In Community Agreements that all users must agree to follow:

  1. Foster an inclusive space where all members feel welcome and safe.
  2. Respect and honor each and every member of our community.
  3. Embrace learning collaboratively and cooperatively with my peers.
  4. Uphold academic integrity and support scholarly conversation.

You can read the full Community Agreements at this link: https://bit.ly/MSDropInAgreements

Schedule for Summer Bridge and Summer Sessions 2021

For both Summer Bridge and Summer Sessions 2021, all drop-in tutoring is online through Zoom.

For Summer Bridge 2021, Drop-In Tutoring began at 5pm Tuesday, July 6 and will continue until Friday, August 13. It is currently open with full staffing M-F 12p-3p and Su-Th 5p-9p, with some additional support M-F 10a-12p. We may expand the hours based on student needs.

For Summer Sessions 2021, Drop-In Tutoring began at 1pm Wednesday, June 23, and will continue until Thursday, August 12. It is open with full staffing M-Th 12p-4p

The SLC Math/Statistics Staff encourage you to also use the Zoom meeting space outside of those listed hours, since there are often knowledgeable students and staff present throughout the day. 

How to Sign In

Please fill out the following Google Form to receive today's Meeting ID. Because the Meeting ID changes almost every weekday between 8am and 10am, you will need to re-submit the form each day. http://bit.ly/MSDropInSignIn.

After you fill out the form, you should receive an e-mail with a link to today’s Zoom Meeting url. Please follow that link! Once you enter the room, please open the “Participants” window and the “Chat” window. You can then message the Drop-In Ambassador (Host) with your name and the course that you wish to work on, and they will greet you and help place you in the appropriate breakout room.

Please read our Student User Guide to Zoom to make sure you have configured your settings to optimize your experience. http://bit.ly/MSZoomGuide