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Undergraduate Program

Advising

Walk-in zoom advising hours will resume in Fall 2021.

 

In the meantime, you may email us at the address below. Response time to this email address as well as to the major declaration page may be slower over the summer than during the semester.

 

 

Email

You can email mathdugs@lists.rochester.edu with advising questions.

 

The Undergraduate Committee

Contact info for undergraduate committee
NameRoom (in Hylan)PhoneE-mail
Mark Herman808275-9414herman@math.rochester.edu
Sema Salur1005273-2329sema.salur@rochester.edu
Saul Lubkin705275-9426lubkin@math.rochester.edu
Kalyani Madhu815275-9415kmadhu@ur.rochester.edu 
Carl Mueller802275-3498carl.e.mueller@rochester.edu
Amanda Tucker818275-7852amanda.tucker@rochester.edu

Transfer Credit

In order to obtain prior approval for transferring credit from a course that you plan to take at another university or college, or to receive calculus credit for Cambridge A-level examinations, you must get a signed course approval from a mathematics dept. representative by filling out the top of the course approval form here and emailing it to mathdugs@lists.rochester.edu. For A-level approval please include a copy of your A-level transcript and for a transfer course include the syllabus for the course you plan to take. If a syllabus is unavailable please send a catalog description of the course. The advisor will need this description in order to compare the course with the courses offered at this university—it is not enough (or necessary) that the course has the same name.

Declaring a major or minor

You can submit a major or minor declaration online here. If you have met with a faculty advisor already, please write their name in as your faculty advisor, and email them when you submit your declaration. Otherwise, we will reject your submission and request to meet; you can resubmit easily after you have met with an advisor. All faculty members can serve as major/minor advisors. If you would like to be a math major, ask your favorite professor to be your advisor.