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Mathematics & Economics Department Resources

Helpful resources

Brighton Math Lab

Free assistance is provided to all students enrolled in mathematics courses at ESU. Graduates, upper-level under-graduates, and staff provide help with homework, preparation for course exams, and guidance for competency exams, such as the APT and CAAP tests.

FALL/SPRING HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday - Thursday, 9 am  -  10 pm

Friday, 9 am  -  5 pm

Saturday - Sunday, Closed

SUMMER HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday - Friday. 8 am -  4 pm

Saturday - Sunday, Closed

MATHELLANEOUS

This exhibit offers an assortment of mathematical items. It shows the progression of calculating devices over the past 100 years, as well as a collection of mathematical texts from the 1800s. Other aids used in the teaching of mathematics are also on display.

Learn more about the resources of Mathellaneous

Science & Math Education Center (SMEC)

Learn more about the resources of SMEC.

Center for Economic Education

The Center for Economic Education strives to educate K-12 students about economics concepts and economic reasoning ability.

Job Resources

AfterCollege - AfterCollege is a network for college students and recent grads who are looking for entry level jobs, internships, and other opportunities.

Professional Resources

Missouri Valley Economic Association

Honor Society

Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME)

Math Placement Guidelines

Math placement guidelines

The above guidelines are recommendations only. Students should work with their academic advisor to make sure they are placed in the proper mathematics class.