This page is about advising for current or prospective math majors and math certificate students. For advice on college algebra, pre calculus, and calculus, see the placement advising pages.
Visiting an Advisor
The first step to declaring a major is to visit an advisor. A schedule for all advisors is located here:
Before Your Visit with an Advisor
It is a good idea to bring a printed copy of your current DARS. For help using DARS, see this helpful page from the Office of the Registrar. If you are not in the College of Letters & Science, you should also bring the major declaration form(s).
Undergraduate Math Advisors for 2018/19
|Joe Miller||521 Van Vleck||821 Van Vleck|
|Alex Hanhart||411 Van Vleck||David Anderson||617 Van Vleck|
|Benedek Valko||409 Van Vleck||Paul Terwilliger||322 Van Vleck|
|Andrei Caldararu||605 Van Vleck
||Sean Paul||817 Van Vleck|
Kyle Martinez [Cert and non-majors]
|207 Van Vleck||Sergey Bolotin||621 Van Vleck|
|503 Van Vleck||Sam Stechmann
|815 Van Vleck|
What if I don't see the name of my assigned advisor on the list? What if I cannot make it to the office hour of my assigned advisor?
When you declare the math major or certificate you are assigned an advisor (usually the faculty member who took your application). You can certainly return to that particular advisor if you have further questions about the program (e.g. course selection), but you are also welcome to go to any of the other regular faculty advisors, as they will also be able to help.
For AMEP advising, consult the AMEP advising page.