Academic Support Center (ASC): The ASC offers support for students to improve their writing, reading, math, and statistics skills. The Writing & Reading Center (WRC) and the Center for Math and Statistics Support (C4MS2 ) are located in the ASC and offer a range of tutoring services in a variety of modes designed to accommodate students' unique needs. These include face-to-face and online support services for individuals and groups, consultation with peer and professional tutors, and access to a variety of learning tools such as computers, textbooks, calculators, and videos.
Location: UHD, Rm. 925-North (One Main Building)
Center for Mathematics and Statistics Support
Center for Math and Statistics Support (C4MS2 ): The C4MS2 is a free walk-in tutoring service for mathematics and statistics available to all UHD students. The Center seeks to maintain a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and reduce student anxiety about learning mathematics and statistics. The Center is staffed with experienced and qualified faculty and peer tutors. Computers are also available for students to work on their online homework. Students interested in making an appointment for an online tutoring session may do so by registering for an account at uhd.mywconline.net. Tutoring is available for all developmental and freshman-level mathematics courses.
The Center offers additional services, such as sponsoring study groups, providing space for student-led study groups, and conducting final exam reviews in collaboration with Supplemental Instruction.
Center for Mathematics and Statistics Support Tutoring Appointments
Center for Math & Statistics Support Coordinator
Leslie Woodard, Ph.D.
Writing and Reading Center (WRC): In pursuit of its dual mission, the UHD Writing & Reading Center facilitates UHD student, staff, and faculty efforts to read, write, think critically, and communicate. Through ongoing professional development in writing center research, theory, and tutoring practice, the WRC provides writing tutors with a rich teaching and learning experience. The WRC offers one-on-one writing assistance face-to-face, online in real time, or via screencast. Throughout the year, the WRC also sponsors writing-related events and workshops. Students interested in making an appointment may do so by registering for an account at
Writing & Reading Center Tutoring Appointments
Writing & Reading Center Coordinator
Mr. Scott Sands