Located in Hodges Library North Commons (on the second floor)
For all students taking 100 or 200 level math courses, we invite you to come to The Math Place. It is a great space for you to hang around and experience all things math. The Math Place is here to help you learn, grow, get your questions answered, do your homework and prepare for exams. Come and interact with other VOLS that are taking the same course as you, while being supported by undergraduates that have been successful in their math classes.
Note: We also support students in undergraduate classes outside the Math Department where the assistance needed is mathematical in nature.
Regular operating hours will resume Wednesday August 30th
Monday – Thursday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Sunday 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Exceptions to our regular schedule
• Labor Day weekend We will close at 3 PM on Friday, Sep. 1st and reopen on Tuesday, Sep. 5th.
• Fall Break We will close at 3:00 pm on Friday, Oct. 6th and reopen on Wednesday, Oct. 11th.
• Thanksgiving Break We will close at 3:00 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 21st and reopen on Monday, Nov. 27th.
• Last day of classes We will close at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, Dec 6th.
Want to join The Math Place staff?
The Math Place is fully staffed for the Fall 2023 semester and is not accepting applications at this time.
Employment: To apply, complete this application form. The form will require you to submit an unofficial copy of your college transcript(s) [The department can obtain your UT transcript at no cost with your permission] and provide the names and email addresses of two math instructors that we can send recommendation forms to on your behalf.
Qualifications: A person may possibly be hired specifically for their ability to help students with Math 115 Statistical Reasoning or Math 123 Finite Mathematics. All others are required to have completed through at least Math 142 Calculus 2 at the absolute minimum. It is preferred that applicants have completed at least two of the 200 level courses, Math 231 Differential Equations, Math 241 Calculus 3 and Math 251 Matrix Algebra.