MATH HELP CENTRE

The Math Help Centre comprises of a group of free services offered by the Department of Mathematics for all first-year students to get math students the needed help, support and resources in mathematics, and to facilitate their success.

The Help Centre is staffed by graduate students and sometimes high-level undergrads with a passion for teaching, and knowledge and experience with courses. You can avail yourself of any of the numerous Math Help Centre services if you ever need help with your math course, just bring your notes and your brains and come get help with those problems you've been stuck on!

The MATH HELP CENTRE is currently running online due to the pandemic. The Math Help Centre will be open from 9 am to 6 pm each weekday (except public Holidays) from Sept 13 to Dec 23 2021. Visit the Help Centre schedule page to find out more about the Math Help Centre schedule.

MATH BOOT CAMP (For MATH 1500/1510/1520 Students)

 This is a free Math Boot Camp at the beginning of each semester for students enrolled in Math 1500, MATH 1510 or MATH 1520. This Boot camp serves as a refresher on pre-calculus topics. It runs on the first Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of the term for a total of 9 hours. Over those 3 days, pre-calculus topics necessary to success in the upcoming calculus courses will be reviewed, with questions taken directly from the old midterm and final exams. Seating is limited so early registration is advised.

Date:
Thursday Sept 9, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Friday Sept 10, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Saturday Sept 11, 10:00 am - 1 pm

Math Boot Camp Poster



Please use this link to register. For further information contact Clifford.Allotey@umanitoba.ca

SATURDAY WORKSHOP SERIES

 This is a general refresher workshop series on fundamentals to prepare all first-year math students for the upcoming semester. These run for three hours each day on three successive Saturdays. The contents of each day will be self-contained, so you don’t have to be at all three and therefore are advised to register for those you will need. Please see the Saturday Workshop Series poster to determine which workshops will be ideal for you, and also for information on how to register. Please use the links below to sign up for the workshops.

Dates & Registration Links:
Saturday Sept 18, 10 am - 1 pm (Day 1)
Saturday Sept 25, 10 am - 1 pm (Day 2)
Saturday Oct 2, 10 am - 1 pm (Day 3)

There are limited spots, so early registration is advised.

MHC WORKSHOP SEMINARS

These are free* workshop seminars organized throughout the Semester on selected topics students frequently have problems with. In these workshops, problems that aid understanding of the topic, and problems that are commonly found on the midterm and final examinations are tackled. Each workshop starts with a (roughly) 20-minute demonstration, with time in the middle for participants to attempt the problems and ask questions if/when they get stuck. The problems that caused students the most difficulty are then demonstrated for the last 20 minutes. Below is a list of scheduled workshop seminars for the semester, however, you can request for workshops on topics you have difficulty in from the MHC website. Please visit the Workshop page to find out about our offerings and to register.