Mathematics Learning Center
Location: 234 Fisher Hall
Phone: (906) 487-2184
Director: Dennis Lewandowski
Student Executive Coaches:
Appointments: Zach Nelson
Walk-Ins: Ashley Hendricks
Hiring and Communcations: Hannah Wilder
What is the benefit of getting help during walk-in hours?
Walk-in hours provide a chance for you to get some quick help with your math classes. We also have text books, student solution manuals and notes available for you to use. Just ask the walk-in coach to see what we have available.
How do walk-ins work?
Simply come to the learning center during our walk-in hours. Sign in on the computer to your left as you walk into the room and have a seat. Start working and when you have a problem, raise your hand or ask a coach.
When are walk-ins offered?
Walk-in hours are posted on the window of the MLC. See a coach for more information and check the schedule below. You can walk in & get help from coaches on first-come first-serve basis.
 Walk-in Schedule
 Statistics/Other Walk-in Hours
We have coaches that can offer assistance in following courses:
All Statistics, Including:
MA 2710 – Introduction to Statistical Analysis
MA 2720 – Statistical Methods
MA 3710 – Engineering Statistics
MA 3720 – Probability
Other Courses Include:
MA 3450 – Intro to Real Analysis
CE 3710 – Uncertainty Analysis in Engineering
EE 1110 – Essential Mathematics for Electrical Engineering
Please see the schedule below for times when assistance may be offered in these courses.*
- Please note that occasionally the schedule may deviate from week-to-week, and that not all of the coaches on the shift will be able to assist you in the courses stated on the schedule.
If these hours do not fit with your schedule, we suggesting signing up for a one-time appointment (use link in appointments section below) or a weekly appointment
 Spring 2016 Stats/Other Courses Walk-ins Hours
What is an appointment?
Appointments are are a chance for you to work weekly with a coach on a one-on-one basis. You will have the opportunity to have questions answered about homework, review concepts for exams, or study for exams.
We are now offering both WEEKLY and ONE-TIME appointment options, visit goo.gl/uR6kJ2  for more details.
When are appointments offered?
Appointments are offered during the fall and spring semesters. Appointments are offered both before and after our usual walk-in hours as well as during the day. Available slots can be found on the appointment calendar (goo.gl/uR6kJ2 ). If you cannot find a slot that fits into your schedule or need help signing up, please email email@example.com.
How do I sign up?
Registration is open all semester. Please visit goo.gl/uR6kJ2  for instructions. (You must be logged into your MTU-google account to access this site.)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the MLC (Fisher 234) with any questions.
Below is a list of the coaches and their emails. Feel free to email your coach. For general questions, please email the MLC at email@example.com
Each coach is listed as name and email.
Alexander Baker, ambaker1
JoAnn Ballor, jpballor
Daniel Bast, drbast
Kevin Belvitch, kabelvit
Jackson Burek, jtburek
Ryan Connor, rpconnor
Jeremy Daley, jbdaley
Jon Furlich, jefurlic
Mark Gibson, mbgibson
Keegan Harrington, kgharrin
Ashley Hendricks, ashleyh
Morgan Herzog, mmherzog
Ethan Hoffman, erhoffma
Andrew Hubbell, arhubbell
Leah Kimminau, lmkimmin
Stephanie King, smking
Bob Lebrell, rslebrel
Zach Little, zjlittle
Kristin Lowery, kblowery
Jenan Makled, jmakled
Steven Maurer, stmaurer
Alex Miltenberger, ammilten
Karry Modolo, kamodolo
Erin Neil, emneil
Zachery Nelson, zhnelson
Laura Nitz, lrnitz
Michelle Nitz, mgnitz
Neil Olson, nbolson
Matthew Palo, mzpalo
Derryl Poynor, djpoynor
Thomas Price, tkprice
Sam Richards, snrichar
Katie Riutta, kdriutta
Gunnar Rodgers, grogers
Nolan Seelye, nmseelye
- Dylan Turpeinen, dgturpei
Alexander Vizurraga, alvizurr
Hannah Wilder, hewample
Jim Woodford, jrwoodfo
JiaRui Yu, jiaruiy
- Coaches are away for the Spring semester
In order to be eligible for becoming an Math Learning Center Coach you have to have completed through Calc II when you apply. You must plan on finishing Calc III, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations by the beginning of the spring semester of the next year (the year after application).
The hiring process consists of two stages. The first stage is the application which is followed by an interview with two coaches. The final stage is participating in a tryout. Here you act as a coach and current coaches pretend to be students.
 The Application
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2016!
The application can be found using the following link: https://goo.gl/H1nGvx
Please bring the completed application to the Math Learning Center (Fisher 234) by Friday, February 26th at 3 pm. No late application will be accepted.