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									                                    Resources for Math Students
                                             Fall 2003

Math Study Center:
       Room 356 and 376
       Hours: Monday – Thursday         8:00am – 9:00pm
                Friday:                 8:00am – 3:00pm
                Saturday:               9:00am – 3:00pm

Math Study Skills Course:
       Section 6094     Tuesday            11:00am – 12:50pm          Rm 115 Sept 2 – Oct 21
       Section 6095     Wednesday           2:00pm – 3:50pm           Rm 535A Sept 3 – Oct 22

Library Tutoring
       Location:                                    Hours:                              Contact:
       Learning Resource Center                     M-T 9am – 7pm                       Leslie Arnold
       Rm 711 J                                     Wed – Thu 9am – 5pm                 619-644-7387

       All Grossmont College students may receive free tutoring for many subjects they are enrolled in at Grossmont
       College. Tutoring is by appointment only. Students are allowed up to 2 hours of tutoring a week per subject,
       with a maximum of 5 hours per week. Appointments are scheduled in advance and are on a one-on-one basis.

       The DSPS Office is located in the northwest corner of the Administration building (Room 110). DSPS is open
       Monday through Thursday, from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Friday, 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Phone and fax
       numbers are:

               Phone: (619) 644-7112
               TTY: (619) 644-7119
               FAX: (619) 644-7980

       DSPS provides students with a wide variety of services and accommodations. These services and
       accommodations are intended to "level the playing field" for students with disabilities so that they may
       participate as fully as possible in learning environments.

       Some of the services and accommodations DSPS provides include the following:

       Books on Tape (Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic)
       Disability-Related Counseling
       Learning Disabilities Assessment
       Mobility Assistance on Campus
       Note-Taking Assistance
       Priority Registration
       Referrals to Community Agencies
       Sign Language Interpreters
       Test Proctoring/Accommodations
       Enlarged Print Materials
       FM Loop System (for students with hearing impairments)
       Talking Calculator
       Tape Recorder Loan
       TTY and Voice Amplified Phone Access
       Other Services and Equipment Based on Individual Needs

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