Developed in collaboration with Bryn Mawr faculty, the Q Project supports development of students’ quantitative skills and guides the quantitative programs, resources and assessments at the College, including:
Q Mentors: A group of carefully trained and dedicated student mentors available to help fellow students improve their problem-solving and quantitative reasoning skills. They aid students in exploring quantitative concepts in their coursework in a compassionate and supportive manner.
Q Center: An inviting collaborative study space for students to complete individual quantitative assignments, work in study groups, or collaborate with Q mentors. The Q Center also offers review workshops on quantitative topics throughout the academic year.
Q Assessment: A quantitative assessment that first-year students complete prior to matriculation at the College. The assessment measures the Quantitative Readiness of entering students and its results determine placement in the Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (Q Sem) course.
Q Sem: A semester long credit-bearing course designed to prepare students to successfully complete quantitative work in introductory courses in the Social Sciences and Sciences. This course can be used to fulfill the College’s Quantitative Readiness requirement.