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Red Hawk Math Learning Center

With the creation of the Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center, Montclair State University has implemented an innovative, exciting and successful approach to mathematics education. The Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center (RHMLC) is a mathematics “emporium” style computer-aided learning facility. We offer six classes in the RHMLC:

Learn more about each course on the Course Information page.

The RHMLC is committed to providing a superior learning environment by coupling advanced, user-friendly mathematics technology with personal, on-demand assistance from highly qualified instructors, graduate assistants and advanced undergraduate tutors. Courses in the RHMLC are designed to encourage active learning and problem solving skills, as students learn mathematics most effectively when “doing mathematics.”

Students also have small group lectures or breakout sessions, called focus groups, with a graduate assistant on a weekly basis to keep them on target and to enable a stronger connection to their classmates, center staff, and the material.


The Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center (RHMLC) is located on the third floor of Conrad J. Schmitt Hall and is comprised of rooms 329 and 352, a small group tutoring room on the third floor near the Center in room CS340.


Normal Hours

  • Monday, Wednesdays, and Thursday:
    8:30am – 8:15pm
  • Tuesdays: 8:30am – 6:45pm
  • Saturdays: 12 noon – 4:00pm

Drop-In Hours

No classes but tutors and proctors are available. Come to do homework or take tests and quizzes

  • Wednesday: 2:30 – 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 12 noon – 4:00pm

Exceptions for Spring 2018

  • March 5-11 (Spring Break) – Closed *
  • March 30 – April 1 (Holiday Break) – Closed
  • May 1st – RHMLC will follow a Friday schedule
  • May 3-9 – RHMLC Final Exam Period
    • See your final exam schedule in your MyLabsPlus class or posted at the RHMLC.
    • You must take your final exam at the assigned time
  • May 10-20 – Closed *

* If you would like access, please see an instructor ahead of time to discuss possibilities.

Tutoring for RHMLC classes (Math 100, 103, 109, 110, and 115) take place in Schmitt Hall room 340.