University of Washington Bothell

Quantitative Skills Center

Welcome to the QSC, join us in person in UW2-030 or online here!

The QSC promotes quantitative reasoning at UW Bothell through peer tutoring and faculty development.


The Quantitative Skills Center is now in-person AND virtual! 

Please CLICK HERE to access the QSC's virtual waiting room.

Visit the online tutoring page for instructions on using the online learning center as well as tips for making your tutoring session more successful!

We are open for face-to-face tutoring. Please make sure to wear a mask and do not eat in our space. For questions or assistance, please email us at or call 425.352.3170 to leave a message. We look forward to working with you!


For online or phone graphing calculator resources, please see our resources page!


For COVID-19 resources please visit


Contact Info

  • QSC Location: UW2-030 between Common Grounds Café and Discovery Hall
  • Phone: (425) 352-3170
  • Email:
  • Manager: Laura Hollingsworth
  • Email:

Summer Quarter Hours

Our in-person location is UW2-030.

Please join the zoom link to enter the online QSC.

Tutors are available at the following times from June 21st through August 18th:

  • We will not start new sessions 10 minutes before closing to ensure all sessions have enough tutoring time.
  In-Person Hours Online Hours
Monday 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm
Friday Closed Closed
Saturday Closed Closed
Sunday Closed Closed


We are closed for the following holidays:

  • Monday June 20th (Juneteenth celebrated)
  • Monday July 4th (Fourth of July)

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Mission & services

We aim to help UW Bothell students develop skills and confidence with quantitative reasoning. We do this by offering FREE,  drop-in tutoring and online tutoringOur peer tutoring model involves asking a lot of questions, working through examples, and modeling the problem-solving process.