Math Center

Math Center service page in the Hive - 

https://csbsju.starfishsolutions.com/starfish-ops/dl/instructor/serviceCatalog.html?bookmark=service/17651

Math Center Hours (by location):

CSB:

     Monday - Thursday      9am - 5pm

     Friday                              9am - 4pm

SJU:

     Sunday, Monday            3pm - 9pm

     Tuesday, Wednesday    5pm - 9pm

     Thursday                         4pm - 9pm

Zoom:

     Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday      9pm - 11pm

     zoom link:   https://csbsju.zoom.us/j/93683817252

Please sign-in and sign-out of the Math Center while working with our tutors.  Use the link below to access the Hive.

   Hive Kiosk link:   https://csbsju.starfishsolutions.com/starfish-ops/virtual-kiosk/signIn.html?kioskId=LPHJyLMgXz4wOBTm2YOP8Q%3D%3D 

If you have not met the prerequisites for a math course, you will not be allowed to register for a math class.

Below you will find options to meet this prerequisite.

For an ACT Math score of 20 (SAT Math score of 510-520)

Take the Stats & Modeling QSI or the Calculus QSI. This will depend on your selected major:

  • Stats & Modeling QSI – This test is designed to determine if you are prepared for success in Statistics (Math 124) or Finite Math (Math 122).
  • Calculus QSI – This test is designed to determine if you are prepared for success in Essential Calculus (Math 118) or Calculus (Math 119).
For an ACT Math score of 19 or below (SAT Math score of 500 or below)

Contact and make an advising appointment with one of the following Math Department members:

Take Math 111 Pre-Stats & Modeling orMath 115 Pre-Calculus. This will depend on your selected major:

  • Math 111 – This course is designed to prepare you for Statistics (Math 124), Finite Math (Math 122), Math Explorations (Math 114), or Fundamentals of Math (Math 121).
  • Math 115 – This course is designed to prepare you for Essential Calculus (Math 118) or Calculus (Math 119).

Calculator Usage for the QSI Exam

You are NOT allowed to use a graphing calculator on the QSI Exam. A cell phone app is also  NOT an acceptable calculator. Pictured below are three recommended scientific calculators to use on the exam. A basic function calculator is also acceptable.

TI-30XIIS, TI-30Xa, and Casio fx-300MS.

Need help in your math class?

Check out the list of tutors who can answer your questions (listed by course):

QSI Information

To make an appointment for advising or the QSI Exam, please contact:

Brian Nyholm, Math Center Director
[email protected]
320-363-5236

QSI Review

QSI Tutorials

Contact the Mathematics Department
College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Anne Sinko
Chair, Mathematics Department
CSB Main 207
320-363-5790

[email protected]