METaS at College of San Mateo - Overview
Summer 2020 grades available
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Fall Semester 2020 begins
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Labor Day Weekend
September 5-7, 2020
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Central Hall Building 16, Room 151
(650) 574-6668
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STEM@CSM Tutoring Has Gone Virtual!

While campus is closed, you can still get live, online help from our regular MRC and ISC tutors through Zoom: 

Click on the MRC or ISC schedule below:

And join a live “Zoom meeting” with a tutor who is currently scheduled.
*Note that all tutoring sessions are recorded.*

Additional Online Tutor Availability Through NetTutor

Students can access online tutoring services from NetTutor through their Canvas course shells or the LCTR 698 course shell. If you need access to the LCTR 698 Canvas shell you can email your name and G# with the request to ADD LCTR 698 (CRN 43805) directly to CSMADMISSION@SMCCD.EDU.

The hours that the online tutors are available varies by subject so be sure to check back often. 

There are some helpful videos to watch regarding how to interact with the tutors online using the worldwidewhiteboard interface.

  • NetTutor Modes Details the different ways to receive tutoring including Ask a NetTutor, Q &A Center and the Paper Center.
  • NetTutor Tools Details how to use the many tools in NetTutor including the Math specific tools. 

METaS is an HSI-STEM grant (Hispanic-Serving Institution) and supports on-campus opportunities and resources for Latino/a or low-income students who are interested in pursuing STEM majors (science, technology, engineering, and math). We are committed to helping students reach their goals through programs that foster an inclusive learning environment. Services include:
  • Tutoring: Drop-in tutoring in the Integrated Science Center (ISC), the Math Resource Center (MRC), the Learning Center, and other study spaces on campus
  • Math and Science Jams: One week of math and science workshops before the start of each semester, designed to sharpen student's math skills
  • Science-In-Action Speaker Series: Semester-long speaker series to inspire, encourage, and educate prospective and current STEM students
  • Supplemental Instruction: Peer-lead classroom support for designated math and science courses
  • Study Halls: Extended study hours in the Integrated Science Center (ISC) during the last two weeks of each semester to help students prepare for finals
  • Internships and Opportunities: Promotion of STEM-related internships and scholarships along with workshops to support the application process
  • Outreach: Organized events throughout the year to promote and celebrate the STEM field