What is SWM?
The Cal Poly Supplemental Workshops in Math is an intensive mathematics program for students who are enrolled in mathematics courses from MATH 100 to 143. It is funded through Student Academic Services and a California Lottery grant, as well as additionally supported by the College of Science and Mathematics at Cal Poly.
Supplemental Workshops in Math help students master math concepts and promote collaborative learning, including concept enhancement, problem-solving and mock exams. Workshops are held twice a week and earn one unit of academic credit. Because the workshops are interactive, the more students are involved, the more they learn. The workshops are guided by trained facilitators who are upper-division students
Math workshops at Cal Poly have been successful in providing unique environments for study and learning since 1988. Workshops are designed to operate directly with specific sections of math courses so that all participants are working on similar material from the same instructor at each workshop session.
Supplemental Workshops in Math students focus on learning more, achieving more in their math courses and excelling in their math courses; as a result, students in math workshops achieve high percentages of A, B and C grades in their math courses
|Program Coordinator:||José A. Millán|
|Undergrad Coordinator:||Hannah Rasby|
|Workshop Coordinator:||Eric Su|
|Location:||Supplemental Workshops in Math
Hillcrest, Bldg 81
California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, Ca 93407