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Quantitative reasoning is the analysis of real-world data, using mathematical tools and
critical thinking to solve problems drawn from a variety of disciplines.
Since the analysis of real-world problems is an integral part of a Jesuit, liberal arts
education, Le Moyne’s Quantitative Reasoning Center provides a dynamic environment
that empowers students, faculty, and community members to deepen their
understanding of quantitative reasoning and supports its use in a wide range of
The Quantitative Reasoning Center strives to:
• advance student learning by providing resources that address diverse learning
styles and needs;
• foster collaboration and communication, by providing a learning environment that
encourages individuals to work together to apply their knowledge of quantitative
• support both faculty and student educators, by promoting research based
pedagogical methods that enhance quantitative learning; and,
• extend the Jesuit mission of service, by maintaining ongoing dialogue with area
partners to understand and support the quantitative needs of the community.
The QRC Pop Up Clinics are opportunities for students to get help in their courses from
QRC Clinic Leaders. Clinic leaders are recommended by faculty and attend tutor
training at the beginning of the semester. If you need help in any of the courses listed
consider popping into a clinic at any point and working with one of the fantastic clinic
All clinics meet in the QRC on the first floor of the library immediately to the right. Clinics will start on September 4th and will meet during the semester when classes are in session.
Computer Science Clinic:
Wednesdays: 4-5:30pm (will not meet on 9/5, 10/17, or 12/5)
Creating a Home within the QRC
See how one student created an environment for students to come together, ask questions and learn from each other in a clinic sponsored by the QRC.
Le Moyne Quantitative Reasoning Center Receives $1.2 Million in State REDC Money
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