Ether L. Bruce Math Center
8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday (Closed Jan. 18)
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays (Closed March 27)
Closed for the semester May 6, 2016 See "Hours for Summer"
The Ether L. Bruce Math Center is located in 209 Missouri Hall, on the corner of Rogers Street and Rangeline Street. The Bruce Math Center provides academic tutoring services for students enrolled in any 100- or 200-level math course.
These services are provided free of charge to students enrolled for credit in a course offered through the Computer and Mathematical Sciences Department on the Columbia College main campus as well as local Online Campus students. Local Online Campus students must be residents of Central Missouri.
Each semester around 200 students of all levels use the Bruce Math Center services to do their homework or to study for exams. Math specialists answer questions about homework or calculator use and explain concepts. Students visiting the Bruce Math Center also have access to Mathematica computer software, Geometer's Sketchpad and solution manuals. Students are taught skills to enable them to become independent learners. Math specialists are experts at decreasing math anxiety and increasing student success.
All services at the Bruce Math Center are offered on a walk-in basis. The center is staffed by experienced professionals committed to helping students broaden their educational opportunities and achieve excellence in their academic careers at Columbia College.