Who can use the lab?
Due to the increased demand, the lab is restricted to currently enrolled students.
What do I need?
A Clackamas Community College student body card with a current term sticker. These are available at the Help center in the Community Center Building. Your student ID card is used for checking out materials.
Who are the Tutors?
The lab supplies peer tutors who have taken a variety of Math classes and have a good understanding of the materials covered in those classes.
What can I expect from the tutors?
The Math Tutors are here to help you find the answers to questions on Math course work only. They do not "know" all the answers but they should be able to help with most questions and guide you to further resources when necessary.
What should I not expect from them?
Many students seem to think that the Math tutors should be able to answer any question that they have about math. This is an unfair assumption. If you need assistance specific to your Business, Nutrition, Drafting or Accounting classes as they relate to the Math, we will try to help, but it is possible that the only answer we will have for you is that you need to check with your instructor.
What if I need individual help?
Call the Tutorial Center at 2804 or visit them in the Community Center in office 122
What do you expect from me?
- Print only one copy of documents. Use photocopiers for additional copies.
- Use all resources wisely
- Be considerate of others
- Abide by the reservations system
- General Lab Policies
- The act of using our facilities indicates your agreement to abide by campus policies as outlined in the student handbook and any policies listed in this handout.
- If questioned, you must show a current student body card or you will be asked to leave the Streeter Hall lab.
- Student Body cards will be required to check out items for in-lab use. This includes Math tapes, textbooks & calculators. We do not lend items for use outside of the lab.
- No food or beverages are allowed in either the computer or math area of the lab.
- Persons disrupting the educational environment of the lab will be asked to leave. The internet is for research related to college course work. The college has the right to refuse you access to our electronic resources if you do otherwise.
- Do not use computers in main lab for chat rooms or on online games.
- Students may reserve up to 3 hours a day in the lab and those hours may be reserved in one three-hour block or three individual hours. This is per day not per machine.
- If you are working at a non-reserved machine and intend to work past the approaching hour, you must sign the reservation form to avoid being bumped by another student.
- If you need more than three hours per day to complete your homework you should plan to use the non-reserved machines in the classrooms whenever they are available.
- If you are 10 minutes late, you will lose your reservation.