Math Success Center
“A Friendly Place to Learn Mathematics”
NOW offering online academic support !
The Math Success Center is current closed and will not operate until the start of Summer A – May 17, 2021.
On and after May 17, students registered in a UCF Mathematics course (see list below) will be able to schedule on-demand tutoring sessions at:
See information below. To login, please use the login button located in the middle of the above page.
Make sure to use your Knights email!
The purpose of the Math Success Center is to provide mathematical academic support for students enrolled in mathematics courses here at UCF.
We offer academic support in the following courses:
|Intermediate Algebra (MAT 1033)||Finite Mathematics (MGF 1106)|
|College Algebra (MAC 1105)||Concepts of Calculus (MAC 2233)|
|College Trigonometry (MAC 1114)||Applied Calculus (MAC 2253)|
|Precalculus Algebra (MAC 1140)||Calculus I, II, III (MAC 2311/2312/2313)|
|Mathematics for Calculus (MAC 2147)||Ordinary Differential Equations I (MAP 2302)|
For Explorations in Mathematics (MGF 1107), please contact the course instructor.
We do not offer academic support for upper division Mathematics courses (4000-level courses and above).
We do not offer academic support for courses taught by other Departments (no Statistics, no Physics, etc.).
|Fall / Spring||Hours|
|Monday – Thursday||9 am – 7 pm|
|Friday||9 am – 3 pm|
|Sunday||2 pm – 6 pm|
|Monday – Thursday||9 am – 5 pm|
Please be aware that because of the pandemic our physical location is closed until further notice. Tutoring is only offered online and we can only be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are not able to answer the phone remotely.
We are located in MSB 113
Our phone number is (407) 823-3489
Our Email address is email@example.com
*Please note: The Center is closed during observed University holidays and when students are out (i.e. Spring break, Thanksgiving & Christmas breaks, etc.). If a holiday falls on a Monday, the Center is closed on the Sunday before Monday (e.g., the day before Labor Day).*
Last Update: 1/11/2021