Bakersfield College

Math Hub

Mission Statement

The Bakersfield College Math Hub is dedicated to student success. We help students develop proficiency in core mathematical concepts to build their foundation of understanding and gain confidence in their work. We create a positive learning space for students to explore questions and sharpen their critical thinking skills while encouraging independent thinking. We are committed to serving students with enthusiasm, professionalism and respect by providing the expertise needed to facilitate progress on their academic pathways.

Areas of Service

  • Pre-Algebra through Calculus
  • Statistics and Probability

Hours and Location

  • Summer 2017 hours: Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
  • CSS 133A (inside the Writing Center)

Online Tutoring

Need help in your online math class? Click this link to request an appointment with one of BC's math consultants.

Math Progress Sessions

Students currently enrolled in MATH B60 or MATH B65 have an open space in MS 113 to receive additional help, staffed by a professional math consultant, SI leader and peer tutor.

  • Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • MS 113

Contact Us

Name/Position Email/Phone
Alana Austin
Math Consultant
alana.austin@bakersfieldcollege.edu
Christopher Anderson
Math Consultant
christopher.anderson@bakersfieldcollege.edu
(661) 395-4805

Math Consultant Biographies

Alana Austin

Alana AustinAlana Austin is from Niles, a small town located in Northeast Ohio. She received her baccalaureate degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Sciences from Kent State University in 2012. She relocated to Bakersfield in 2016 to accept the full-time math tutor position here at BC.

Christopher Anderson

Christopher AndersonChristopher Anderson graduated with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Applied Mathematics from California State University, Bakersfield, as well as a dual Associate of Arts in Mathematics and Business Administration from BC. His advice to students looking to succeed in math is to not take shortcuts. "Being good at math is not a question of talent, but of persistence. If you take shortcuts in math, the only person you are cheating is yourself."

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