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Math Emporium Operation Hours

Mon - Thurs:
Fri:
Sat:
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9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m  - 6:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 

BMATH EMPORIUM OPEN TABLES SPRING 14

The Math Emporium: Interactive Learning Center

A Personalized Solution for Improved Math Skills!

Basic math skills are an essential foundation for many courses of study and necessary for your overall academic success in college. Kent State University is dedicated to the success of our students and has developed a specialized learning experience to equip students with the mathematical knowledge they will need on their path to graduation.

The Math Emporium
is a state-of-the-art learning center where students will interact with adaptive ALEKS software and a highly skilled instructional team. Students learn through an innovative, engaging and easy-to-use program designed to help them become comfortable and proficient in basic mathematics.

To find out more about the ALEKS software or to sign up for a free trial, visit: www.aleks.com.

In the Math Emporium, students focus on learning exactly what they need at their own pace while the instructional team provides individualized coaching.

Other Math Emporium help resources include the individualized ALEKS help feature, an interactive eBook and instructional videos. 

The Math Emporium is a student's formula for academic success!

Students and Mathematics -
By The Numbers

When students graduate from college and move into today's workforce, more than 88 percent of them must understand and perform basic mathematics as part of their jobs. Competence in basic college-level math is key to the best choices in rewarding career opportunities.  Too many students are blocked from these choices because they struggle to succeed in their math courses.

Many students struggle with traditional math courses and universities have recognized that a radical redesign of these courses is needed.  Most students do better in mathematics when they actively do the mathematics themselves, rather than just sitting and listening.

The Kent State University Math Emporium builds on this successful approach in a welcoming learning environment with a personalized program that uses adaptive software and one-on-one support to help students learn what they need at a pace that works best for them.