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The Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center supports students in the development of their academic skills and fosters intellectual growth and collaborative learning. Other programs offered by the center include support for the College quantitative and symbolic reasoning requirement, help for the mathematics portion of the Graduate Record Exam and workshops designed to accompany specific courses.

Who Uses the Center?

If you are taking an introductory or upper-level quantitative course in biology, chemistry, economics, geology, mathematics, physics or psychology, you may drop in any time when tutors are available for the course you are taking.

Some students may be referred to the center by their professors. Some professors may ask an entire class to come to the center to review skills needed for success in the course.

one-on-one tutoring by appointment

Peer Tutoring

As a supplement to the QSR Center drop-in learning support, peer tutors are available for a one-hour session per week, per applicable course. Sessions recur weekly and should continue for the duration of the semester.

Contact Information


Ben Smith

QSR Center Director
Christian A. Johnson 303
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, N.Y. 13323
315-859-4374 basmith@hamilton.edu
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