Moss Quantitative Center
The Moss Quantitative Center, named after former Dean Onawumi Jean Moss, offers help and support for students in quantitative coursework. You can either make an appointment with a Q Center staff member for personalized help, attend peer tutoring and teaching assistant sessions, access course materials and supplemental work, or participate in the Pre-Health Peer Mentoring Program. The Q Center is in the Science Center atrium near D109, D107, and D111.
The Moss Quantitative Center will continue to offer tutoring and help sessions virtually via Zoom. Supplemental work and tutorials are also available online.
To learn more about Onawumi Jean Moss, her work, and lasting impact on the Amherst community, you can visit her website.
Before declaring the biology major, you must contact a professor in the department to serve as your advisor. They will help you plan your schedule to fulfill all of the requirements. If you are interested in the major and want to find out more information before declaring, you can go to one of your professor’s office hours or email them directly to set up a meeting.