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In order to comply with recent public health statements from our Provost, in consultation with OUHSC and the Centers for Disease Control, our departmental offices are closed, and we are not meeting one-on-one with students.

Please contact us via email, through your individual professor or the Mathematics Department (, or call our offices at 405 325 6711. for assistance. For specific Math Center needs, email

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we take these measures to keep us all safe and virus-free.





Zoom access will be used to access online tutoring through the remainder of the spring semester. If technical issues arise that you cannot resolve, email


Mondays and Tuesdays 10AM to 6PM:

Wednesdays and Thursdays 10AM to 5PM:

Fridays 10AM to 4PM:

Sundays 3PM to 6PM:



The online procedure is new and will get easier. There will be some problems but we will work through them. Please be patient.

You must use the Zoom App!!! 

- Log in early. A front desk person will help navigate you to the appropriate tutor. Be prepared to tell them what course you are in.

- Find a good quiet place to work with minimal distractions in the background.

- Make sure that you have tried the problem ahead of time. Taking a picture of what you have tried and showing it to the tutors helps them know how to best help you.

- Have questions ready.

- Be proactive asking questions.

- The tutoring session is about building on your understanding and is not a place to get answers.

- Please do not expect the tutors to develop a lecture over the material. They are here to clarify misunderstanding on course material and to answer questions.

The Math Center is dedicated to offering support to students enrolled in University of Oklahoma mathematics courses at the calculus level or below. Our goal is to provide assistance to students as they work on understanding and mastering the concepts presented in these math courses.

Math Center 3113 / 3333 NEWS!

Beginning Monday, March 2, the Math Center will fully support these courses during normal Math Center hours!


Math Center Fall/ Spring Schedule

The Math Center will open the second week of the Fall and Spring semesters and will stay open until the Thursday of finals week.

Math Center Fall/Spring Schedule 
DaysCalculus, Math 3113 and 3333Math 1473, 1503, and 1523Math 1643, 1743 and 2123
10:00 am-6:00 pmMondayPHSC 209PHSC 232PHSC 231
10:00 am-6:00 pmTuesdayPHSC 209PHSC 232PHSC 231
10:00 am-5:00 pmWednesdayPHSC 209PHSC 232PHSC 231
10:00 am-5:00 pmThursdayPHSC 209PHSC 232PHSC 231
10:00 am-4:00 pmFridayPHSC 209PHSC 232PHSC 231
3:00pm -6:00pmSundayMuldrow 105
Muldrow 105Muldrow 105

Math Center Summer Schedule

The Math Center will be open the first day of summer school and will stay open until the last day of summer school.

Math Center Summer Hours
 9:00 am - 1:00 pmMonday - FridayPHSC 209

Math Center Closure

The Math Center is closed for all student holidays.  If the Univeristy of Oklahoma closes due to weather conditions the Math Center will be closed as well.

Math Center Courses

The Math Center offers assistance and consultations for students enrolled in the following courses:

  • Math 1473: Mathematics for Critical Thinking
  • Math 1503: College Algebra
  • Math 1523: Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry             
  • Math 1643: Pre-Calculus for Business, Life and Social Sciences
  • Math 1743: Calculus I for Business, Life and Social Sciences
  • Math 1823: Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
  • Math 1914: Differential and Integral Calculus I
  • Math 2123: Calculus II for Business, Life and Social Sciences
  • Math 2423: Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
  • Math 2433: Calculus and Analytical Geometry III
  • Math 2443: Calculus and Analytical Geometry IV
  • Math 2924: Differential and Integral Calculus II
  • Math 2934: Differential and Integral Calculus III
  • Math 3113: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations (limited hours only)
  • Math 3333:  Linear Algebra I (limited hours only)


Facts About the Math Center

  • No appointment needed
  • Unlimited access when enrolled in an appropriate math course
  • Expert advice from an experienced staff
  • Promote independent thinking
  • Meet other students with similar questions
  • Come prepared to work on Math
  • Good place to meet with your fellow classmates to study Math
  • Don't wait until exam week to attend the Math Center.  There are more opportunities for individual attention in the non-exam weeks.