Penn State Learning Math tutoring hours for Spring 2016 Finals week:

  • 220 Boucke will be open from Sunday, May 1 through Wednesday, May 4. Please see the Study Hall hours below for more details
  • 7A Sparks will be open Sunday, May 1 through Tuesday, May 3 from 6-8 PM (200-level MATH courses only)

Please visit our facebook page at for a full calender of our Finals Week events!

Join Penn State Learning tutors to prepare and study for the upcoming Math exams. Bring any questions, topics, or problems to review. This exam review is FREE to all Penn State students.

Upcoming Exam Reviews:

  • MATH 140: Thursday, April 28 at 6:00 pm in 111 Wartik
  • MATH 200: Thursday, April 28 at 6:30 pm in 111 Chambers
  • MATH 251: Thursday, April 28 at 6:00 pm in 121 Sparks
  • MATH 220: Thursday, April 28 at 6:00 pm in 010 Sparks
  • MATH 034: Saturday, April 30 at 3:00 pm in 110 Wartik
  • MATH 230: Saturday, April 30 at 6:00 pm in 121 Sparks
  • MATH 141B: Sunday, May 1 at 1:30 pm in 010 Sparks
  • MATH 141: Sunday, May 1 at 2:30 pm in 101 Thomas

Penn State Learning is also offering Study Halls to help you prepare for your finals. The following is a list all of the Study Halls offered in 220 Boucke next week:

Sunday, May 1:

  • MATH 022: 1-3 PM
  • MATH 034: 3:30-5:30 PM
  • MATH 026 & 041: 6-8 PM
  • From 8-10 220 Boucke will be open to all MATH courses below MATH 200

Monday, May 2:

  • MATH 022: 10 AM-12 PM
  • MATH 141: 12-2 PM
  • MATH 026: 2-4 PM
  • MATH 021: 4-6 PM
  • MATH 141: 6-8 PM
  • From 8-10 220 Boucke will be open to all MATH courses below MATH 200

Tuesday, May 3:

  • MATH 141: 10 AM-12 PM
  • MATH 110: 12:30-2:30 PM
  • MATH 140: 3-5 PM
  • MATH 026: 6-8 PM
  • From 8-10 220 Boucke will be open to all MATH courses below MATH 200

Wednesday, May 4:

  • From 10 AM-12 PM 220 Boucke will be open to all MATH courses below MATH 200
  • MATH 110: 12-2 PM
  • MATH 140: 2-4 PM

Mathematics Support

We have several different ways for students at University Park or in World Campus courses to get help in mathematics. Whether you are worried about succeeding in your mathematics classes or simply want to improve you understanding, there is a place for you in our math learning communities. We are here to help you succeed.

Successful students start studying for exams on the first day of class. Tutoring, study groups, and review sessions will be more effective if you visit every week.

Drop-in and online tutoring

Tutoring will supplement your regular class attendance by offering a peer’s perspective on the mathematics in your course. Penn State Learning offers talented trained tutors who are committed to helping you succeed. Our tutors have taken many of the math courses at University Park, and they are trained to help you develop the understanding of the subject that you need to succeed. Our operating hours are:

220 Boucke (Math 004 through Math 201)

  • Sunday, 6 PM - 10 PM (doors close at 9:30 PM)
  • Monday through Thursday, 10 AM - 10 PM (doors close at 9:30 PM)
  • Friday, 10 AM - 3 PM (doors close at 3 PM)

7 Sparks (Math 220 through Math 251)

  • Sunday through Thursday, 6 PM - 10 PM (doors close at 9:30 PM)

Online Tutoring

By appointment at

How does math tutoring help?

Our mathematics tutors can help you find answers to your questions, work with you to review material for quizzes and tests, provide you with test preparation and test taking tips, help you establish short and long term study goals, review exams from previous semesters, and much more.

How  can you work with a tutor?

University Park students in courses between MATH 004 and MATH 201 should visit our tutoring center in 220 Boucke. Students in MATH 220 through MATH 251 should visit our tutors in 7 Sparks. You don’t need an appointment. Just visit us during our operating hours to participate in our learning community.

University Park and World Campus students in MATH 4 through MATH 141 can also make an appointment for an online tutoring session by visiting

We do not tutor classes beyond Math 251. To find help in courses beyond MATH 251, visit the Math Department’s Undergraduate Courses page.

Interested in a Study Group instead?

Some students also get help by working in a group with other students from their course. We offer Guided Study Groups in some mathematics courses for students who want to work with others under the guidance of a tutor. You don’t have to sign up or make an appointment, just show up and join the group. For more information about Guided Study Groups, including a complete schedule, visit our Guided Study Group page.

Mathematics Instructor Office Hours

Your instructor’s office hours are an important resource that you should use as part of your study strategy. A link to the schedule of office hours for the current semester can be found at

Has it been a while since your last math class?

Most people need to continually refresh their math skills in order to stay proficient. Click here for additional support materials to help you brush up on some essential skills that you may not have used in a while.

Contact Information:

Duane Graysay
Office Address: 205 Boucke Building
814-865-1841 (student receptionist - 220 Boucke)