There are many resources available in the math department and across campus. First, you should go to your instructors/TAs office hours. The office hours are available for you to get help.
Some courses numbered 300 and above have course assistants. The course assistants offer extra office hours if you are not able to make the office hours of your instructor. Check your course Canvas page or with your instructor to find out if you have a course assistant for your course.
Second, the Math Learning Center offers drop-in homework help in the Pre-Calculus Lab and the Calculus Lab. You are able to use this space to get help on homework, or just do your homework. You can join with a group of people and work together, or by yourself. The MLC also offers small group tutoring. The small group tutoring offers supplemental problems to work on so you have a better understanding of the material. You are able to ask questions as you are working through problems. If you are in a course numbers 300 or above, the MLC offers the Proof Table. This is a place where students can get together and work on problems. There is someone there to help if you get stuck.
Last, there are many resources across campus. Please look at the Academic Support website for what is offered.