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Quantitative Support


Quantitative Support provides mathematics and statistics support to undergraduate and graduate students at American University. Tutors will help students learn course concepts, develop study strategies, complete practice exercises, and prepare for exams. Quantitative Support comprises two core services: the Math & Stats Lab and Statistical Software Support.

Math & Stats Lab:

Don Myers Building, Room 103.

Students are welcome to visit the Lab anytime it is open. They do not need an appointment to receive tutoring at the Lab.

The Lab focuses on providing tutoring for the following courses:

  • MATH-125 to MATH-222
  • STAT-160 to STAT-320
  • DATA-412

Depending on tutors' availability and skillsets, they might be able to assist undergraduate and graduate students taking higher-level mathematics and statistics courses. Also, tutors might be able to assist students with quantitative concepts in coursework from other departments’ courses.

For the Spring 2024 Semester, Monday, April 29th, is the last scheduled day for Math & Stats Lab tutoring and Online Statistical Software Support. 

Spring 2024 Semester: 

The normal operating schedule for in-person tutoring at the lab will be as follows:

  • Sundays, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Mondays - Thursdays, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Fridays, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Saturdays, closed

Click here for a schedule of tutors' shifts at the Lab. 

Click here for a list of these tutors and the courses they feel comfortable tutoring in. 

Statistical Software Support:

Tutors will assist ALL students (undergraduate and graduate) online in a one-on-one setting enrolled in courses using and interpreting results from software such as Excel, Python, R, Stata, SPSS, SQL, SAS, and StatCrunch. Tutoring is held online via WCOnline.

For statistical software support at the graduate or undergraduate level, Online Statistical Software Support is by appointment.  

Important Policies

For additional information about Quantitative Support, please email

WCOnline Tutorial

WCOnline tutorial for students.