Math and Stats Support

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CTL Math and Statistics Support provides free seminars, workshops, virtual tutoring, individual appointments and small-group consultations to improve students’ proficiency in a variety of mathematics and statistics subjects. Our main goal is to create a friendly, vibrant environment in which all students can come to appreciate the beauty and utility of mathematics.

Math and Stats services

Math and Stats Support offers online support through Zoom Sessions and limited in-person hours. Please see the schedule below to meet with a teaching assistant (TA) during regularly scheduled office hours.

Summer 2022 hours will run from May 16th - August 21, 2022. 


                                                                                 MATH TUTORING SCHEDULE


Fazle Wednesdays 1:00pm - 5:00pm AC322
Fazle Thursdays 4:00pm - 6:30pm AC322



Olivia Tuesdays 6:00pm - 8:00pm Online: CLICK HERE
Marc Wednesdays 10:00am - 12:30pm AC322
Marc Fridays 4:00pm - 5:00pm Online: CLICK HERE
Olivia Saturdays 11:00am - 12:30pm Online: CLICK HERE


  • Times are in Eastern Time (Toronto Time)
  • All tutoring hours are online on Zoom, unless in-person (room #) is stated
  • In-person sessions are on a walk-in basis but will practice safe physical distancing measures, so occupancy is limited
    • AC322/AC324 is located upstairs across the AC223 lecture hall
  • To access online tutoring, click the embedded link for the desired day, time and subject (Math/Stats)
  • Some hours may be rescheduled periodically and will be noted above

If you have any questions or have trouble accessing the tutoring hours, please email us at:

Math and Stats Support offers a variety of seminars, workshops and course-specific review sessions.

Summer 2022 Workshop and Seminar Schedule

Seminar Topic Date and Time
(Toronto Eastern Time)
Registration Link


Summer 2022 Review Seminar Schedule

Course Date and Time
(Toronto Eastern Time)
Registration Link



Click here to access CTL Student Resources, including the following MSS resources:

  • Online Calculus and Pre-Calculus modules
  • Learn more about U(t)-Mathazine
  • Math in Action Journal
  • Study skills tips



Mathematics is often required in first-year UofT Scarborough courses such as biology, chemistry, physics and statistics.
The Online Mathematics Preparedness Course is a short, intensive online program supervised by U of T Scarborough faculty that introduces the assignments, expectations and experiences that you will encounter in math courses. The Online Mathematics Preparedness Course can help you increase your confidence in preparation for university-level studies and make a more successful transition from high school to university. Students who receive 65% or higher in this non-credit course, can use it as a prerequisite for BIOA01H3, MATA29H3, MATA30H3 or MATA32H3 at UTSC.

Registration for the 2022 course is now open, register here 

This course runs from August 1st - August 29th, 2022


Registration deadline: July 18, 2022

Fees: $90.00

Payment deadline: July 25, 2022

You are not officially in the program until your payment has been made on or before Monday, July 25, 2022.

Payment Instructions:

  1. Activate your TCard.

Visit for information on how to activate your TCard

  1. Add funds to your TCard+ account by July 25, 2022

You can add funds by visiting Funds can be added using Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Visa/Mastercard Debit

If you have any questions about the Math Preparedness course, please contact

If you have any questions regarding payments, please contact

U(t)-Mathazine publishes articles on any math and/or stats topics that contributors are passionate about. Submissions are accepted from U of T instructors and students on all three campuses. Read past issues of the magazine, submission guidelines and deadlines for contributions at

Math and Stats Support
Improve your proficiency in various subjects of mathematics and statistics.