Welcome to the Wartburg Math Lab!
The Wartburg Math Lab is a learning center for the study of mathematics. The Math Lab provides a comfortable place to receive assistance in specific courses taught through the Wartburg Math, Computer Science, and Physics Department. Students are encouraged to bring their homework, projects, and topical questions to receive support from the student Math Lab Consultants. Centrally located in Vogel Library, the Math Lab is accessible to all Wartburg College students and no appointment is necessary to visit.
Supported Courses:
- MA 90 - Intermediate Mathematics
- MA 106 - Mathematics in Modern Society
- MA 107 - Finite Mathematics
- MA 110 - Structures of Mathematics I
- MA 190 - Precalculus
- MA 214 - Statistical Methods
- MA 250 - Applied Calculus
- MA 251 - Foundational Differential Calculus
- MA 252 - Foundational Integral Calculus
- CS 120 - Introduction to Computers and Programming
Philosophy Statement
The Math Lab is dedicated to helping students:
- Learn in a peer-led, comfortable, and confidential environment
- Use resources (guided learning)
- Focus on long-term learning (content and concept knowledge)
- Utilize visual strategies as an alternative learning technique
- Experience a variety of problem solving strategies and learning tools
- Develop critical-thinking & reasoning skills
- Make math relevant
- Build relationships