Quantitative skills and reasoning ability have become an important component of many courses, majors, and careers (and life) beyond college.
Whether you are wondering what course
to take, are already enrolled in a course with a quantitative component, or are working on a senior thesis, we have resources to help you. Professional and peer tutors are available to assist students in a wide variety of STEM subjects, including biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, environmental science, mathematics, philosophy, physics, psychology, and statistics. These services are free of charge to Middlebury College students.
The Director of Quantitative Support, Jeanne Albert, is available to assist students in a number of ways, including reviewing prior mathematics knowledge, discussing homework, preparing quantitative reports, and studying/practicing for tests. Students may schedule weekday sessions in advance, or may drop in, as needed, to LIB 225.
Peer tutors are available to assist students with homework, quantitative projects, and test preparation. Tutors typically work with students from a specific course at drop-in study group sessions, or—when recommended by the Professor—on a one-on-one basis. All CTLR peer tutors have been approved by a faculty member in the appropriate discipline, and have received critically important training from CTLR in successful tutoring practice. Classes for which tutoring is available range across the curriculum, including courses in biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, mathematics, physics, political science, psychology. The peer tutoring drop-in schedule is usually finalized during the first few weeks of the semester.
Practice and review materials are available for many precalculus topics, including algebra and trigonometry. Visit the math review page
for a selection of downloadable files, links to online resources, and self-assessment quizzes.
Director of Quantitative Support
Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research
Phone (802) 443-2220