Thank you so much for agreeing to complete a reference form for your student! Please click on the following link to complete and submit the form. You will receive an email confirmation from the Math Lab Supervisor to acknowledge receipt.
The Math Lab offers free tutoring in any math class offered by San Jacinto College. For classes above Calculus I, Finite, or Statistics, tutors may not always be available so a schedule will be posted and sent to instructors.
The Math Lab has computers and wi-fi so that students can receive assistance with homework on MyMathLab. Laptops may also be checked out from the library's reference desk.
Students can come to the Math Lab for assistance in setting up their MyMathLab account. We do ask that they have their course ID and key handy.
Students need only to bring their student ID to utilize the Math Lab. The Math Lab is free for all students of San Jacinto College.
All resources (textbooks and calculators) may be checked out from the Student Success Center front desk and may ONLY be used within the center.
The Math Lab can be reached by dialing ext. 3868 from any line on campus.
The Math Lab hours are as follows:
Fall & Spring
Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Monday - Thursday 8: am - 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
For the most up-to-date information, visit our website at http://www.sanjac.edu/south-math-lab.
Absolutely! Each long semester, the Math Lab schedules class visitations for all sections of Math 0304, Math 0305, Math 0306, and Math 1314. If your class is not listed and you would like someone to visit your class, just email the Diana.Shokralla@sjcd.edu and the DIrector will set up a time and date that is convenient for you.
Absolutely! Monica Munante, the administrative assistant can send you the visit history for your classes. All you need to do is email the list of student GID’s or the class name and section number (e.g. MATH0304.301) that you would like a printed visit history for to Monica.Munante@sjcd.edu
The Math Lab is not an ideal testing environment due to (a) the small space and (b) the volume in the Math Lab.
We have had to turn students away as there are not enough seats in the Math Lab to meet the current demand. If a student is testing in the Math Lab, that means that there is one less seat available for students needing assistance.
To be sure that we are enforcing the policies that you have set forth in class, we do ask the following:
If a student is allowed to receive assistance on a homework assignment or take-home test, please notate that on the assignment or test.
If a student is not allowed to receive assistance, please provide us with a copy of the assignment or test. It will be posted and all tutors will be notified.