S.O.S. Math (For DMA Students ONLY)

The Mathematics Division offers EXTRA MATH HELP for DMA students through the S.O.S. Math program. Students can attend Extended Math Labs on any campus. These are “drop-in” labs and no registration is required. During the labs, students login to their MyMathLab course and receive help as they complete homework assignments for their course. We also assist students with setting academic goals, overcoming challenges, knowing and using effective study strategies, preparing for tests and managing test anxiety. For a complete schedule of events, search “SOS Math” from the CPCC homepage. Email questions to MathEmporium@cpcc.edu.

The S.O.S. Math Program will also host the following workshop in October:

Reading Math Textbooks & the Seven Steps to Great Math Note-Taking” – Strategies from research specialist, Dr. Paul D. Nolting

Do you usually skip reading the MyMathLab e-textbook and go straight to the videos? Do you find reading math textbooks boring, difficult or unhelpful? The ability to effectively read a math textbook is critical for success in both DMA and MAT classes. Join us for one of the workshops below and learn proven methods to improve your math reading comprehension, take better notes, master the notebook check, and increase the chances of passing your DMA and MAT classes. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED – JUST SHOW UP!

CATO CAMPUS (CT 267):

Wednesday, October 21               1-2 p.m.

CENTRAL CAMPUS (Elizabeth Classroom Building 2102):

Wednesday, October 21               10-11 a.m.

Saturday, October 24                    1-2 p.m.

Monday, October 26                      2-3 p.m.

Tuesday, October 27                      10-11 a.m.
HARPER CAMPUS (HP 120):

Thursday, October 22                     1-2 p.m.
HARRIS CAMPUS (H1 2238):

Thursday, October 22                     5-6 p.m.
LEVINE CAMPUS (LV 2308):

Thursday, October 22                     1:30-2:30 p.m.
MERANCAS CAMPUS (CL 1121):

Wednesday, October 21               10-11 a.m.