What We Do

The Math Help Centre is a free service provided by the Department of Mathematics to first-year students who need assistance in math. It is located at 107 Allen Building and offers various resources, support, and help to registered math students to help them succeed in their courses.

The centre is staffed with graduate students who are passionate about teaching and have a deep understanding of the courses. If you need help with your math course, bring your notes, and get assistance with any problems you are stuck on.

You can avail yourself of any of the Math Help Centre services, which include both in-person and online help sessions. See schedule below for more information.

Spring 2024 (8 May - 22 June)
MON to FRI   11:00 AM to 7:00 PM   (In-person at 107 Allen Building)

Summer 2023 (3 Jul - 17 Aug)
MON to FRI   11:00 AM to 7:00 PM   (In-person at 107 Allen Building)

Visit the Help Centre schedule page to find out more about the Math Help Centre schedule.


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.