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Mathematics Lab
University of Mississippi Mathematics Lab

Math Help

Tutoring services offered by the Math Department were adapted to a remote method of delivery during the Covid-19 pandemic. Tutoring services are now starting to transition back to “normal”.  There are options for both remote and in-person tutoring. See below for instructions.

Courses Covered: Math 115, 120, 121, 123, 125, 261, 262, 263, 264, 267, 268, and DS 099.


Math Help in-person

In-person tutoring is available Monday through Friday 10:00am – 6:00pm.  No appointment needed! In-person tutoring will take place on the 2nd floor of Hume Hall in Hume 221 (The Stats Lab).


Math Help via Zoom

Live tutors will be available by appointment Monday through Friday 10:00am – 6:00pm. Just go to to schedule your appointment. Select “Zoom Tutoring”. Note that you will log in with your email and your current WebID password. An appointment is for a 30 minute session with a tutor. Students can schedule up to 2 appointments each day. Please note that you will receive an email with a Zoom link shortly before your appointment is set to begin.


Math Help via Email 

To get help via email, send your question to  

Include the course number in your subject line. Provide as much detail as you can about what you’re working on and where you need help. You can attach screen shots of Hawkes or MyMathLab, electronic documents, or scans of your work. Files in pdf format are preferred.   

You can expect a response within one business day. Tutors are working during the day Monday through Friday, so most responses will come between 10am and 5pm. on weekdays.   


Supplemental Instruction Information for Math 121 and Math 261

See the following link for SI information in Math 121 (College Algebra) and Math 261 (Calculus). SI Info Link.   



The various links below are external resources that may help with math struggles.

HawkesTV – This site is especially useful for students in courses using Hawkes.

Khan Academy – A great site for help with any math course as well as other courses.

Paul’s Online Lecture Notes – Lecture notes for algebra and calculus.