The University of Central Florida Mathematics Assistance and Learning Lab (MALL) is a state-of-the-art lab and the designated classroom for Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra students. The facility also serves as an extension of the classroom environment for Pre-Calculus and College Trigonometry students.
The MALL aids students by providing hands-on learning, one-on-one assistance, and promotes the study and enjoyment of mathematics.
The MALL is located in the Math (MSB) building in rooms 241, 240, and 242 on the main campus of the University of Central Florida. We are NOT the UCF Math Success Center, which is located in MSB 113. Students enrolled in our courses need to make sure they know the difference.
You may want to check the FAQ first if this is your first visit.
The MALL is closed on Saturdays and all UCF holidays and campus closures.
MALL will be closed Sunday 12/4
MALL will be open Monday 12/5 9:00am – 5:00pm
The MALL will be closed on 11/24-11/27 for Thanksgiving
- We will reopen for regular hours: Monday 11/28
- For Pre Calculus and Trigonometry students, MALL Wk 14-15 has started 11/21 ends 12/4 6:00 pm (one MALL stretched over 2 weeks)
|Thanksgiving||Thursday, November 24, 2016 –
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Open Lab Hours Fall 2016:
Monday, Wednesday 3:00pm – 7:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday 3:30pm – 9:00pm
Friday 3:00pm – 6:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm -6:00pm
Busy times: Historically, the MALL is busiest after large classes end. By visiting towards the end of the week, you may be better able to avoid lines. If you go immediately after class because it is convenient, keep in mind that everyone else probably is too. If you tend to procrastinate and go the night MALL hours are due, keep in mind that everyone else probably is too.
Enrollment in the Online System: You will receive an email at your Knightsmail address giving you log in information for your online course. If you added the course late, the enrollment email will be similarly delayed. It is helpful to check your Knightsmail frequently, including your spam folder, which may occasionally hold important communications from your professors.