The Mathematics Student Center has three locations  the main Math Center on President's Circle, the FASB satellite location, and online tutoring. Free dropin tutoring is available for the following classes:
 Math 980
 All 1000 and 2000 level Math Department courses
 Math 30703080 (Statistics), Math 3140 & 3150 (PDEs), and Math 3160 (Complex Variables)
 Math 32103220 (Foundations of Analysis)
See the panels below for locations, hours and tutor schedules. All tutors can help with algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. The schedules also show which additional classes each tutor can help with. Tutors in the T. Benny Rushing Math Center are also able to help in the computer lab as noted on the schedule.
All math tutoring center locations are closed during semester breaks and University holidays:
 Monday, May 27  Memorial Day holiday
 Monday, June 17  Juneteenth holiday
 Thursday, July 4  Independence Day holiday
 Wednesday, July 24  Pioneer Day holiday
If you have questions or concerns please email Lisa Penfold, Director of Undergraduate Services, at ugrad_services@math.utah.edu or visit her in the Math Center, room 155A.
The Math Center is located in the basement connecting JWB and LCB. It has individual study desks, four group study rooms, a computer lab, and the tutoring center. Tutors are able to help in the computer lab as listed on the schedule.
Summer 2024 Math Center Hours
Monday  Thursday 8:00 AM  8:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM  6:00 PM
Tutor  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

Aidan B. Discrete Linear Algebra ODEs Complex Variables Foundations of Analysis Probability Java LaTex 
8:009:00

8:009:00 10:3011:30 
8:009:00 10:301:30 
8:0011:00

8:009:00 10:301:30 
Abby L. Discrete 
9:0012:00  9:0012:00  9:0012:00  
Bella C. Discrete 

Byron L. Linear Algebra 
2:008:00

2:008:00  2:008:00  2:008:00 

Caleb A. (Spanish) Discrete 
12:006:00  12:002:00 3:006:00 
12:006:00  12:006:00  
Carson B. DEs and Linear Algebra 
11:006:00

5:006:00  11:006:00  11:006:00  
Chong W. (Chinese) Discrete 
1:008:00 
1:008:00


Connor N. Discrete 



Conrad M. Discrete 
9:002:00  9:0012:00  
Daniel K. Discrete 

Eden H. 

Esti S. (they/them) Discrete 
2:008:00  2:008:00  2:008:00  5:008:00  
Evan T. Discrete 

Eve B. Linear Algebra

10:301:30  9:001:00  10:301:30  9:001:00  10:301:30 
Geoff C. Discrete 

Hadi C. (Arabic, German) Linear Algebra 
1:008:00  1:008:00  
Izzy Z. Discrete 
12:005:00  12:005:00  
Jeff S. Discrete 
11:006:00  11:006:00  11:006:00  5:006:00  
Jonas W. Discrete 

Jordan R. Discrete 

Justin S. Linear Algebra 

Lositika V. Probability 

Lucy L. Linear Algebra 
9:0011:00  9:302:00  9:303:00  
Luke D. Linear 
8:303:30  8:303:30  8:303:30  8:303:30  
Luke P. Discrete 

Maggie H. Discrete 
10:001:00  10:001:00  10:001:00  10:001:00  
Melissa C. Linear Algebra 
2:008:00  2:008:00  2:008:00  2:008:00  2:006:00 
Nash W. Discrete 

Nathan M. Discrete 

Randen D. Discrete 

Rebekah W. (she/her) Discrete 

Sage C. Discrete 

Salar A. Linear Algebra 
5:008:00  5:008:00  5:008:00  5:008:00  3:006:00 
Sang Hoon O. (Korean) Discrete 
8:0010:00  8:0010:00  8:0010:00  8:0010:00  8:0010:00 
Stella B. Discrete 
8:002:00  8:002:00  8:0012:00  8:002:00  8:002:00 
William P. Discrete 
11:004:00  11:004:00  11:004:00  11:004:00  11:004:00 
Yoan R. Matlab 
10:001:00  10:001:00  10:001:00  10:001:00  
Zach A. Discrete 

Zhiyao (Kathy) L. Discrete 
History
The construction of the T. Benny Rushing Mathematics Student Center (commonly called the Math Center) took place in conjunction with a renovation of the LeRoy E. Cowles Building. Construction, made possible through a generous donation from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, was started in April 2000 and completed in December 2001.
The Math Center is a math haven for undergraduate students and their studies. Students receive free tutoring for select math department courses, have access to a computer lab, and study in one of our group study rooms or independently at one of the individual study desks.
The center is named in honor of Professor T. Benny Rushing, whose leadership of the Department of Mathematics and College of Science, combined with a persistent pursuit of excellence, helped shape their future for faculty and students alike. A professor of mathematics at the U for nearly 30 years, Dr. Rushing's insightful intellect and wry humor contributed to his success as an inspiring teacher and mentor as well as a gifted mathematician and researcher. He served twice as chair of the Department of Mathematics and led the College of Science as dean from 19931997.
The FASB satellite location is located in FASB 205. Tutoring is offered for Math 980, all 1000 and 2000 level math courses, and Math 30703080, 3140, 3150, 3160, and 32103220.
Summer 2024 FASB Hours
Monday  Friday 11:00 AM  5:00 PM
Tutor  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

Aidan B. 
11:002:00  
Carsen B. DEs and Linear Algebra 
11:005:00  
Esti S. (they/them) Discrete

2:005:00 

Jeff S. Discrete 
11:005:00  
Jordan R. Discrete 
11:005:00  
Sage C. Discrete 
11:005:00 
To acces the mathematics online tutoring center click here.
Summer 2024 Online Tutoring Hours
Monday 10:00  5:30
Tuesday 10:00  5:30
Wednesday 10:00  6:00
Thursday 10:00  6:00
Friday 12:00  6:00
Saturday 10:00  4:00
Tutor  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday 

Chong W. Discrete 
12:006:00  10:004:00  
Daniel K. Discrete 
10:004:00  
Jordan R. Discrete 
10:005:00  10:006:00  10:005:00  
Rebekah W. Discrete 
10:004:00  
Sage C. Discrete 
10:006:00  10:005:00  10:005:00 
Foundations of Analysis is tutored in room 155B of the Math Center. Tutoring hours are staffed by math center tutors as well as Foundations of Analysis instructors who have agreed to hold their office hours in the math center and will offer help to any student enrolled in Math 3210 or 3220.
Spring 2024 Foundations of Analysis Help
Tutors  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

Aidan B.  11:301:30  
Conrad M.  12:002:00  
Izzy Z.  12:302:30  
Will P.  2:004:00 
Instructors  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

The Math Center hires undergraduate and graduate students to be tutors and graders. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, although hiring generally takes place before fall semester, and on occasion before spring semester. Please complete the application below and provide at least one, preferably two, recommendation forms. At least one of the recommendation forms should be completed by your math instructor. Completed applications may be submitted to the Mathematics Department office, JWB 233.
 Applicants for tutor positions should have completed the Calculus series and taken at least one math class beyond Calculus.
 It is best if applicants for grader positions have completed at least the Calculus series.