The Math Center is a very popular place and continues to set new records for usage. It is a place for free one-on-one tutoring in math. It is also a place to do your math homework by yourself or in a study group with others in the center.
The Math Center tutors will help any CBU student with a math question or problem. They provide assistance in a warm and congenial atmosphere. They can get you through the toughest homework problem. They’re here to help you learn math.
Location: Cooper-Wilson 321
Below are profiles of two of the tutors. Profiles of some of the other math tutors can be found in previous issues of this newsletter.
Sophomore Takeva Hicks is a graduate of Byhalia High School. She has been tutoring for a year in the CBU Math Center. Her expertise brings her tutoring capabilities up to and including Calculus II. Takeva is a member of ACS (American Chemical Society) and serves as a peer counselor for incoming freshmen. Takeva is majoring in Chemistry.
Freshman Trey McGinnis graduated from St. Benedict at Auburndale. Although he has just started tutoring in the CBU Math Center he has been tutoring with the Memphis Dyslexia Foundation since 2010. He tutors all math courses up to and including Calculus I. Trey is a member of the Honors Program and also of IEEE, an electrical engineering organization. Trey is a double major in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.