Math and Computer Science Tutoring Lab

Math & Computer Science Lab Hours

Tutoring will be closed during Spring Break

Mon: 12 pm - 5 pm (In Person)
         5 pm - 8 pm (online & in person)

Tues - Thurs12 pm - 8 pm (In Person)

Fri12 pm - 4 pm (In Person)

Schedule & Topics

No appointment necessary

Math Tutoring Lab Schedule
Computer Science Lab Schedule

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The Math & Computer Science Tutoring Lab is a place to study math, statistics, computer science, and other quantitative classes. Tutors are available for algebra, trig/pre-calc, calculus, intro stats classes, select computer sciences classes, and a whole lot more. Students can come to study individually or in groups - no appointment necessary.


Come to the Learning Center on the 1st floor of the Library for in-person tutoring! If you need a tutor on zoom, call our front desk to ask for a tutor to meet you online! Front Desk: 707-826-5217

During online hours, access tutoring by going to the Virtual Front Desk!

Courses Tutored in the Math Lab
  • MATH 101 & 101T (College Algebra & Trigonometry)
  • MATH 102 (Algebra & Elementary Functions)
  • MATH 103 (Mathematics as a Liberal Art)
  • MATH 105 (Calculus for Biological Sciences & Natural Resources)
  • MATH 109, 110 & 210 (Calculus I, II, & III)
  • MATH 241 Linear Algebra
  • STAT 108 and 109
  • CS 100, 110, 307
  • Most quantitative components of a wide range of other classes

If you don't see the course you need, check in with our front desk to see if there's a tutor who can work with you.

How to Use The Math & Computer Science Tutoring Lab

  • Have your textbook, notes, and other materials with you when you click in.
  • Go to the Virtual Front Desk at the Learning Center.
  • Your tutor will ask for your Humboldt username.
  • Let your tutor know if you have limited wifi bandwidth; you can still get help with audio and screen sharing.
  • If you have any trouble connecting with a tutor, visit our main page to talk to reception staff.
  • Thank you for sharing your feedback as we work to refine our online service!

Tutor Role

The role of the tutors is not to give students the answers, but to teach students skills they can apply to their current assignment and future proficiency.

Even if they aren't experts in your subject, they will look at your problem and try to help you figure it out. We can't guarantee we can help with every problem, but we will try!

How to become a Tutor

See the job description and instructions for applying on our Student Job Opportunities page.

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