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Student resources

Students Studying in the Rat Room
Student study group in the Rat Room.

Math Student Resource Room

The Math Student Resource Room is located in Olin 203. This is a walk-in help center for students.

The room, nicknamed the Ratiocination or "Rat" Room, is staffed by experienced mathematics students who are available to help you understand the material covered in class and provide guidance with your homework. Tutors are available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

This is a good location to meet and work with friends and others who are taking the same course. It's also a great meeting place for small study groups even if you do not need the tutor resources.

Tutoring schedule 2016-17

Mathematics 090, 218-221, and 230: Fall and winter terms only: 7-9 p.m. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in Olin 203.

Computer Science 211 and 212: Fall and winter terms only: 7-9 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in Olin 204.

If you need additional assistance beyond that provided by the tutors, please see your instructor.

Mathematics/Computer Science Links

Are you wondering what you can do with a degree in math or computer science?
Check out these links:

Mathematics Links

We Use 

Mathematical Association of America's Career Profiles

The Mathematical Association of America 

The American Mathematical Society

The American Statistical Association

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs in Mathematics

Graduate Programs in Data Science

Computer Science Links

Computer Science Degree Scholarships

Computer Science Degree Careers

Computing Careers

To find all the mathematical shareware and freeware, along with reviews, go to the Mathematics Archives at the University of Tennessee.

The starting point for surfing the academic mathematical world has got to be e-MATH sponsored by the American Mathematical Society.

Are you thinking about graduate school? Here is a screening tool you might find helpful as you consider your options.

Math/computer science software

Our math students use sage, an open source software package, in the cloud as their number-crunching software.

Our computer science students use the Eclipse development environment as they learn the Java programming language.