Need to get in touch?

Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, the MASH centre is temporarily closed.  

In Semester 2, MASH will operate a no-appointment drop-in service via Collaborate Ultra; for full information see announcements in your Canvas unit shell. To arrange a scheduled appointment with a MASH tutor you should email from your Swinburne student email address and include the Unit code and details of your question in your email. Please note that the MASH email inbox is only monitored during business hours.

Note: MASH is closed for the Higher Education winter break and will resume its online service on Monday 3 August 2020.

Maths, stats and physics help for science, engineering and technology students

MASH is a drop-in centre and learning space for students who want to ask questions about the maths and stats in their course.

As well as getting one-on-one help with MASH staff, you can also use the MASH Centre to:

  • study by yourself or in a group
  • access specialist maths software
  • access past exam papers and solutions
  • browse a selection of mathematics textbooks
  • watch a screencast (BYO headphones)
  • access our extra self-paced materials on particular topics.

MASH Centre location and opening hours

  • Location: Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre, 5th floor (AMDC503), Hawthorn campus
  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday (during semester), 9.30am–4.30pm

First-year maths students can get help at any time during opening hours. If you want help with second-year maths, first-year physics or statistics, you can drop-in when specialist staff are available.

Want additional resources and materials?

All MathsCastsStatsCasts and PhysCasts are available at Swinburne Commons. To find those specific to your units, check Canvas.
Engineering students can access HELM workbooks (login required).

Not studying a science, engineering or IT course?

If you are not studying a science, engineering or IT course but need help with your math or statistics classes you can get assistance through our Learning and Academic Skills Centre.

Find out how

Looking for extra study support?

If it’s been a while since you studied last, if you just want to learn some new ways to improve your marks, or if your grades are faltering, the Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) Centre is designed to help you achieve your academic goals. 

Find out more