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Math Tutor Directory
- The individuals listed below are active students in the Department of Mathematics. They have asked that they be listed as tutors and have provided information about their areas of expertise.
- The Department of Mathematics is not involved in the logistics of tutoring sessions.
- These are paid tutors and hourly fees vary. Payment must be coordinated directly with tutors.
- To be added to the list, please email the appropriate information to email@example.com
For additional resources, the Seattle Public Library and King County Library System offer free homework and tutoring help for students in fourth through 12th grade. Please visit their websites for additional information.
Math Study Center
Math 111/112, 120, 124/125/126, 134/135/136 students are encouraged to use the Math Study Center.
|Name||Email / Phone / Website||Math Tutor Area of Expertise|
|Galarraga, Alexanderfirstname.lastname@example.org||high school; college; precalculus; calculus; MATH 120, 124/125/126, 307, 308, 309|
|Pre-algebra; Algebra 1 and 2; Pre-calculus and trigonometry; Calculus 1 and 2; Linear algebra; Most upper-division math major courses (e.g. proofs, real analysis, abstract algebra, ...)|
|Morris, Jacksonemail@example.com||Pre-Calculus (Math 120), Calculus (Math 124/125/126), Linear Algebra (Math 208/340), Proofs (Math 300), Abstract Algebra (Math 402/403/404), Topology (Math 441)|
|Nowak, Laurenfirstname.lastname@example.org||I taught high school full time for 7 years, lots of experience serving students with learning differences & English language learners. I am available for middle school and high school math, undergraduate precalculus & calculus, adult learners and those returning to school, test prep, and beginner/intermediate Spanish|