For Faculty & Staff
Exam proctoring for individual students taking make-up and repeat exams is available to all math and science instructors. Before you submit a request for proctoring, please read the MSRC policy on exam proctoring, available as a PDF by clicking here.
Please note that in accordance with college policy, we do not proctor final exams.
Our library includes the required texts for the classes we cover as well as molecular models, calculators, and supplementary materials. Instructors may also deposit materials for specific courses or groups of students such as exam keys, sample/past exams, DVDS of your lectures, etc. This makes your materials available for students to check out whenever the center is open. It also enables you to see how many students have used your materials, when, and how often. Please see the center director to make arrangements to include special materials in our resource library. For best results, please submit materials at least one full business day in advance of when you would like them to be available to students.
For your classes:
Our computer lab features 30 workstations, a network printer, and projector. If you would like to reserve the lab to teach a class session, please see the center director to reserve the lab as far in advance as possible.
For your software:
The lab runs a variety of general and course-specific software. If you would like to add additional course-specific software to the lab computers, please see the center director to make arrangements.
Instructors may log on to TutorTrac to view their students' tutoring attendance history. Please click here for more information. You may also request a report of your students' tutoring activity from the center director. If you would like this information for your entire class, please submit a copy of your class roster at least two full days in advance. Please note that information on your students' tutoring attendance is ONLY available from the center director or directly from TutorTrac. Tutors will not sign anything as proof of tutoring.
Last updated 10/09/2013