Developmental Mathematics

Math Tutoring and Resources

Our mission is your success

The Developmental Mathematics program emphasizes student success by building mathematical community among the students and instructors, with a careful eye on liberal education learning outcomes and student retention and eventual graduation.

The program, located in Swart Hall 301, welcomes all Math 100 Elementary Algebra I, Math 101 Elementary Algebra II and Math 103 Intermediate Algebra students. The Developmental Mathematics Lab is staffed by graduate students in mathematics education who are supported by undergraduate tutor assistants. Each undergraduate tutor assistant has successfully completed Math 103 and was referred to become a tutor by their instructor.


Get in Touch

G. Bullington
Developmental Math Program Coordinator
Swart Hall 121
(920) 424-7351

Looking for more?

The Center for Academic Resources (CAR) is located in the Student Success Center and offers several types of free tutoring in math courses (Math 104 and above), including one-on-one, small-group, drop-in and online visits. Stop by their office or visit their website to learn more about peer tutoring.


Department Office
Swart Hall, Room 115
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Department of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901


(920) 424-1333
(920) 424-1812
Developmental Math Lab
Faculty and Staff