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BYU-Idaho Math Study Center is open to help all students

Tutor helping Student math
A member of the Math Study Center tutors a young lady in math.

BYU-Idaho offers help for all people who are struggling with math.

On Tuesday, BYU-Idaho President Alvin F. Meredith III encouraged students to seek help if they are struggling in their classes. Math is often a more difficult subject for students.

"Our professors talked about the Math Lab in the beginning of the class, and it was very hard to do homework without someone to watch over you," said Calvin Novoa, a student who often attends the Math Study Center.

Here, students can get help with their assignments from an assortment of classes from level 100 classes to calculus level courses.

"Tutoring is really great cause math is hard and it’s nice for students to be able to come in and get help from someone who has already gone through that," said Zane Cox, one of the mentors who works at the Math Study Center.

Emma Whaley is another tutor who works at the Math Study Center.

"You are not working one-on-one with a tutor, you are working with many tutors at different times depending on when you need help with a specific problem," she said.

The Math Study Center is located in the north wing of the David O. McKay Library and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays and until 6:30 p.m. on Mondays. On Fridays, the hours are from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.