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          The Aetna Quantitative Center at Trinity College was established in 1987 with a grant from the Ætna Life and Casualty Foundation, in part to administer Trinity’s Quantitative Literacy (formerly Math Proficiency) Requirement.

          Primary Functions of the Quantitative Center

          • Administering Trinity’s Quantitative Literacy Requirement, including assessment of the quantitative literacy of each incoming student and oversight of his/her progress in meeting the requirement.
          • Providing a full-semester QLIT 101 course taught by Quantitative Center Faculty for those students required to take it.
          • Holding tutoring hours most afternoons and evenings, when students may find help from peer tutors for calculus, statistics, college algebra, as well as other math related courses. ​​
          • Working collaboratively with the Mathematics Department to provide support for Trinity students enrolled in mathematics courses.
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          Aetna Quantitative Center

          Kaitlyn Gingras Roy Nutt Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science Center (MECC)
          MECC 172
          8:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

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