Beginning August 22, the MRC will be available as a resource according to the hours and availability listed to the right. To receive help with eligible math courses:
Join counselors in Avery 117,
Join a counselor online via Zoom by clicking this link.
Before clicking the link above, you may first need to log in with your NU credentials at unl.zoom.us.
The Mathematics Resource Center is committed to providing support for students enrolled in First-Year Mathematics courses (Math 100A, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 107/107H, and 203/203J).
The expectations on students and counselors are as follows:
- Students, before asking a question, should have begun working on the problem, and they should be prepared to show their progress to the counselor.
- Counselors should ask questions to help further students’ thinking, or offer suggestions or other examples that the student can reference to continue making progress on the problem.
Students should not use the MRC to ask for solutions to exercises.
Please contact the Director of the Mathematics Resource Center, Dr. Kevin Gonzales, with any questions or concerns.
Online MRC Additional InfoIf utilizing the remote component of the MRC, students may use the link above to join counselors who can answer questions that they have while studying.
- Counselors will do their best to help students in the order in which they join the Zoom meeting.
- Students should be patient with the counselors, as providing feedback in a remote format takes more time compared to providing feedback in person.
Hours and Locations
Summer 2023 Hours
|IN AVERY 117
The MRC is closed on Student Holidays and federal holidays, as well as any Sunday in the middle of a holiday weekend. This means the MRC is closed on both Sundays before and after Spring Break.