The MSC is now open for semester 2. Our standard weekly opening hours can be found below.
During all 25 weekly opening hours tutors can help with first-year and second-year queries.
For further details on when Engineering, Product Design and 3rd and 4th year queries from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
are supported please see the Mathematics Support Centre Moodle page
. This information will also be displayed on MSC noticeboards. If you cannot access the MSC Moodle page, please email email@example.com
To avail of drop-in, you do not need an appointment, just call in on your own or with others. We also support students to establish study groups, and provide guidance on the advantages and pitfalls of working with others.
Students who come to the MSC should bring all their relevant course material with them. We will try to assist with any queries, but we do not provide assignment solutions.
Students who are taking Pure Mathematics, Data Science or Statistics (except ST221 and ST122) should speak to their lecturers about supports.
Our free drop-in service for secondary school students is now available. Sesssions take place on Monday evenings from 6-8pm during Maynooth University term time.
During semester 2, the drop-in is available on the following dates: January 30th, February 13th, 20th and 27th, March 6th, 20th and 27th, April 3rd, 17th and 24th.
They are available to any secondary school student, regardless of year or level. To avail of drop-in, you do not need an appointment, just call in on your own or with others. Students who come to the MSC should bring all relevant mathematical material with them. The tutors will assist with any queries that students may have, but will not provide homework solutions. Please note that these sessions are not grinds or topic specific.
Furthermore, we have developed web pages with 500+ resources for junior and leaving certificate mathematics. Further resources are being added on an ongoing basis.
If you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MSC has an extensive range of physical and online resources. Resources available in the MSC include books, handouts on common topics and advice sheets. The collection of second & third level resources include topic specific resources and student advice sheets.