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Pi-Shop (Math Tutoring)

Pi-Shop (LACC’s Mathematics Tutoring Center) opened officially in the fall of 1998. Pi-Shop has become crucial to the learning of science and mathematics and helping students to reach their academic goal, and the student success rates speak very highly for it. The vast majority of those who use the Pi-Shop pass their math classes, compared with a lower pass rate for those who take Math classes but don’t use the Pi-Shop. Our tutoring center helps students learn how to succeed in mathematics, provides tutoring for all math levels, and helps students develop the study skills that make learning math easier and more enjoyable.

Pi-Shop is a state of-the-art Mathematics Tutoring Lab that has been recognized by the State Academic Senate with an honorable mention in its competition for the “Exemplary Program Award.”

Our Goals

  1. Receive respectful, courteous, and helpful assistance in solving Math problems from the Pi-Shop tutors.
  2. Be confident to work on math problems after receiving tutoring services from the Pi Shop.
  3. Understand using an appropriate mathematical notation to express the solution set.

Location & Hours of Operation

Pi-Shop Tutoring Services are now fully online! Enroll Math 100/202 for tutoring service.

How to Enroll

Online tutoring is available for ALL students enrolling in any Mathematics classes. To receiving tutoring service, student must be enrolled in one of the following classes: 
Math 100 or Math 202

Both Math 100 and Math 202 are one unit. Students can enroll the class through SIS system. To enroll Math 100/202 after semester started, feel free to request the permission number from:

Professor Robert Mardirosian at 
Professor Phuong Duong at
Professor Kee Lam at

For Fall 2022, students may attend Pi-Shop Math tutoring service at

Tutoring Opportunities

Share your knowledge of Math by becoming one of the Math tutors in Pi-Shop. Qualifications to be hired as a tutor include a satisfactory completion of Math 200 level courses and a successful interview. Becoming a tutor can also provide you with valuable interpersonal, communication, and listening skills. 

If you are interested in applying for the Math tutor position, please submit resume including which Math courses you are specialized in tutoring to Professor Robert Mardirosian at, Professor Phuong Duong at or Professor Kee Lam at

Contact Us

Robert Mardirosian
Project Director
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2817
Phuong Duong
Project Director
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2819
Kee Lam
Project Director
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2829