Advising Information and Materials

Each mathematics major has an advisor who will give advice on courses, help plan class schedules and assist in career planning. Freshmen and sophomores are advised by Robyn Berg; in addition, they also have a faculty mentor.  Juniors and seniors have a faculty advisor.  Mathematics minors are advised by the Associate Chair for the Undergraduate Program. If you do not know who your advisor is, ask in the Math Office (MATH 102). Undergraduate students are required to meet with their advisor prior to registration. You must obtain your advising number from your advisor before you can register. Although a student’s advisor provides guidance on course selection, students are still responsible for making sure they have all of the courses required for graduation.

If you would like to change your advisor, that can be easily done; just contact the Associate Chair for the Undergraduate Program.

Advising Worksheets

The advising worksheets present the degree requirements in compact form. We hope you'll find them useful.

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