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Resource List for Academic Student Support

1.  For Proper Math Placement:  Talk to an advisor in your degree program to insure that you are taking the proper math course.

 

2.  Seek Your Instructor:  Office hours are for your use and benefit.  Contact your instructor when you need help/advising.

 

3.  Walk-in Tutoring:  Science Building, Room 1046  (SI 1046)

 

4.  Student Academic Success Center:  Tutoring Center - SSB 220, Phone: (303) 615-1919

 

5.  Peer Study Program:  SI 1022, SI 1030.  The MSU Denver Mathematics Peer Study Program (MPSP) is a series of instructor-supervised learning sessions orgainzed to supplement the course material from MTH 1080, MTH 1110, MTH 1112, and MTH 1310.  It is designed to provide a structured environment of small groups where students will study and receive help from an instructor.  Studying together is one of the best ways to learn, and MPSP students have a high rate of success in their corresponding math class.  Anyone enrolled in MSU Denver MTH 1080, MTH 1110, MTH 1112, or MTH 1310 can take peer study.

 

6. Private Tutoring:  To request a list of private tutors, go to the Math and Computer Science Department in SI 1022

 

7.  Join a MTH 1320 or MTH 1410 math study group.  Contact: Kellie Zolnikov  kzolniko@msudenver.edu 

 

8.  TRIO SSS PROGRAM is federally funded to serve 200 students annually.  Student Success Building 240 (SSB 240)  (303) 605-5378   The Student Academic Success Center (SASC) is a learning assistance center comprised of a collaboration of academic support services.  Its mission is to provide a holistic approach to student development, learning, and persistence towards academic and personal goal attainment.

Program Eligibility

To participate, students must:

  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • Have a need for academic support
  • Must currently be a degree-seeking MSU Denver student

In addition students must meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Be a first-generation student (neither parent has completed a four-year college degree)
  • Meet federal low-income guidelines
  • Have s documented disability

 

9.  Brother to Brother (B2B) is an Urban Male Initiative Program designed to assist students to build strong study habits, organizational skills, and test taking skills.  We develop social activities to create a sense of community for male students including the development of friendships with peers and students.  

 

10.  Career Services:  Tivoii 215, (303) 615-1133  Offers assistance in career interest testing, personality testing, and workshops focused on career planning, resume preparation, job search strategies, and interviewing skills.

 

11.  Counseling Center:  Tivoli 651, (303) 615-9988  Offers short-term individual, couple and group counseling to discuss personal, educational, and relationship concerns.


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