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The Symbolic and Quantitative Resource Center is an informal and free resource for all Lewis & Clark students. You can come to the SQRC for help with math, computer science, economics, chemistry, and physics, as well as any other course with a quantitative component such as statistics and quantitative research methods. Friendly peer tutors will assist you while you are working on your homework, studying for an exam, working in a study group, using computing software to work with data or mathematics, and more! We are dedicated to support and enrich your class work, but not to replace your professor or to do your work for you. We may not have all the answers, but we can point you in the right direction.
Interested in working in the SQRC? Application now available on Workday.
The SQRC is located in JR Howard Hall, Room 134.
Spring 2019 Schedule:
***Note: The SQRC will be closed on Friday, April 19, 2019 for Festival of Scholars***
The table below shows when the SQRC is open. Students can find help with 100-level math classes (including QR101) anytime the center is open. Hours for tutors with other specialties vary. Scroll down for a detailed calendar.
|Sunday||Monday - Thursday||Friday||Saturday|
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
|10:00 am - 10:00 pm||10:00 am - 3:00 pm||CLOSED|
Spring 2019 Drop-in Hours Detailed Subject Schedule
The calendar below shows tutor availability by subject area. To see individual subject calendars, click on the arrow in the right corner and select the subjects you want to view. Because someone is always available to help with 100-level math classes, the “Math” subject calendar identifies only which 200-level math classes can be tutored at that time.