# Get mathmatics and statistics support online
The Sigma Mathematics Support Centre (opens new window) provides free maths and statistical support for all CU Group students, irrespective of your course, faculty or ability.
# Use the drop-in service
To get immediate support - without making a booking - you can use our drop-in service (opens new window). View the current timetable (opens new window) to find out when you can use the drop-in service to speak to someone online about the support that you need. Complete the form (opens new window) beforehand so that we can find out who you are and what course you study before we speak to you. If you want to contact us outside of our opening hours (opens new window), you can send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
# Book a 1:1 appointment - Statistics
If you are undertaking a project or research that requires an understanding of statistics or statistical software, book an appointment (opens new window) with a Stats Advisor. Select the blue 'one-to-one appointments' button and choose Stats Advisor.
# Book a 1:1 appointment - Mathmatics
If you are struggling with an area of numeracy or mathmatics on your course,and you have already tried the drop-in service (opens new window) and online mathmatics resources (opens new window), then you can book an appointment with a Maths Advisor (opens new window). Select the blue 'one-to-one appointments' button and choose Maths Advisor.
Appointments with our tutors are 50 minutes long appointment and you may book a maximum of one appointment per week. If a group of you are struggling with the same topic then you can all come together to a 1:1 appointment! One of you should book the appointment and then you all attend.
# Book onto a workshop
You can book various workshops throughout the year including Numerical Reasoning and PGCE (Teaching) Numeracy tests. The Statistics Advisory Service (opens new window) also offers workshops on SPSS and various topics in Statistics. Book onto a workshop (opens new window) by selecting the blue 'Workshop & Mini Courses' button.
# Access online resources
If you are not studying at the Coventry Campus, we have a wide range of computer-based learning materials and diagnostic tests that you can access online - both for mathmatics (opens new window) and statistics (opens new window) related learning.
Our service can be accessed online by all CU Group students (opens new window), but we also have a physical base on the Ground floor of the Frederick Lanchester Library on the Coventry Campus. Due to COVID-19, we are currently working exclusively online.