Welcome to quantitative reasoning (QR) support at Le Moyne! In short, QR is solving problems and analyzing information using math and critical thinking, and on the Heights, we have a whole center devoted to it.

Essential everyday matters – from understanding nutrition labels to making financial investments – require QR and analysis skills. Le Moyne’s QRC – Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC) – provides you with resources to support your development of these skills through study clinics and professional tutoring.

You can find us on the first floor of the Noreen Reale Falcone Library – just go to the right when you enter.

The QRC is open:

  • Mondays – Wednesdays: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • Thursdays: 10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Fridays: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Sundays: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Quantitative Reasoning Needs Met With Quality Resources

The Le Moyne QRC supports students in calculus, computer science, statistics, physics and chemistry courses through various programs.

STEM Course QRC Clinics

Drop-in QRC clinics are group study sessions run by student leaders who not only help you understand course material but also assist you with the reasoning skills to approach the content on your own. At a QRC clinic, you might work on homework, ask questions, collaborate with your classmates or study for an upcoming test. Check out the latest clinic schedule – no sign-up needed – just come!

Chemistry Tutoring

Professor Rachel Porter offers one-on-one tutoring through the QRC, which you can sign up for on our online scheduling system. Additional subject-specific tutoring is available at the Student Success Center, and you can view that schedule here.

GRE Preparation

The QRC offers GRE preparation through a daily email with sample questions, solutions and mathematical tips.


No! The resources provided by the QRC are offered to students at no cost!

No, you don’t! Clinic hours are drop-in times, so you can come and go as you please.

Yes, we send reports to professors so they know who is seeking additional support and working diligently at their work.

The Quantitative Reasoning and Student Success Centers share the same application for tutors and clinic leaders. The application is open for three weeks every March for employment in the following academic year. To apply, students must have at least a B+ in the course(s) they want to tutor, two faculty recommendations (one from the professor(s) who taught the course(s) they want to tutor), and an overall GPA of at least 3.0. When the application is open, we will link to it here.

Clinic leaders have the opportunity to build their teaching and leadership skills and strengthen their own understanding of course material by helping others! Our clinic leaders are paid, always work in pairs and hiring decisions are not based on eligibility for work-study. Scheduling is completely flexible to the clinic leader’s availability, and we hold paid comprehensive tutoring training before clinics begin.

It can be better for students to work together in a group because they are working on the problems and struggling through the material and bouncing ideas off of people who are also struggling through it. They figure out ways that work for them to do it. In clinics, you go at your own pace, and you can figure out ways that help you solve problems.”

Devon Haugh ‘18, Chemistry Clinic Founder
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