The University provides many support services to help you, both in mathematics and in your other studies. This is a partial list; your instructor will inform you of more as he or she learns of them. If you find out about others, please share that knowledge with your instructor.

**Tutoring Services and Support Programs**

**Think Tank**: This university wide tutoring program for Math 122A, 122B, 125, and 129 (among other courses) is housed in Bear Down Gym with additional tutoring offices in Park Student Union, Student Rec Center, and Manzanita-Mohave Hall. 520-626-0530. http://www.studentaffairs.arizona.edu/thinktank**Math Department Tutoring Room**: The Mathematics Department offers tutoring for Math 129 through 254 in the MTL Building room 121 (Math Teaching Lab). Hours are found at http://math.arizona.edu/academics/tutoring/math300.html**Residence Life**Residence Life offers assistance for academic success. Information is available at http://www.life.arizona.edu/life-on-campus/support/academic-success**WISE**: Women In Science and Engineering. Located in The Southeast Institute for Research on Women building at 925 N. Tyndall. 621-7338, 626-9152. This program provides mentoring for undergraduate female students majoring in the sciences, engineering, and mathematics. Information is available at http://wise.web.arizona.edu .**SALT**: Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques Center is located at 1010 N. Highland Ave. 621-1242. Restrictions apply. Information is available at http://www.salt.arizona.edu.

**Your Instructor:** Your instructor is extremely valuable. Don't miss class. Ask questions. Go to office hours as often as necessary. Make an appointment if your class schedule conflicts. A list of instructors is available at
http://math.arizona.edu/academics/courseinfo

**Preparation & Practice:** A review of the essential skills from precalculus that are needed for
success in Calculus I and II can be found in an on-line version available at
http://prep.math.lsa.umich.edu/pmc/ . Preparing for Math 122A and Math 122B worksheets can be found on the Calculus homepages http://math.arizona.edu/~calc/m122.html

**WebAssign:** Your instructor might require that homework be submitted through a computer grading program called WebAssign. Information can be found at http://math.arizona.edu/~calc/WebAssignUA.html.

**Calculator Programs:**Programs for most of the common models of graphing calculators can be found at
http://math.arizona.edu/~krawczyk/calcul.html. Programs relevant for Calculus I are: Evaluate a Function (Intro to Programming), Difference Quotient, Left-Right Sums or Allsums, and Rectangles. Programs relevant for Calculus II are: Allsums, Slopefields, Euler (Numerical), Euler (Graphical), and Series. Your instructor will tell you which programs are needed for your section.