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Undergraduate Advising

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The mathematics department offers personalized academic advising for all Oregon State University students, including undergraduate math majors and non-majors.

Advising appointments

Advisors are available during drop-in advising hours or by appointment and can provide a broad variety of advising services, including assistance with scheduling, lower division program planning, and signatures on a variety of forms and petitions.

Drop in advising for fall 2022

Drop-in advising appointments are for quick services, like obtaining an S/U in a course or questions about course transfer credits. Drop-in advising is for quick (less than 5 minutes) questions only.

Tue: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Wed: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Thurs: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. NOTE: No drop-in Nov. 24
Fri: 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. NOTE: No drop-in Nov. 25

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Request an advising appointment

Math advisors are still available for appointment via Zoom or phone for services such as change of major, adding a minor, future term planning, need a PIN, etc.

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Lower division advisors

For early career math majors or minors (taking 100- or 200-level MTH courses), lower division advisors offer program and scheduling advice, and can provide signatures (e.g. change of major/minor forms) and registration PINs.

Upper-division advisors

Students who are taking 300- and 400-level MTH courses should consult with a member of the Undergraduate Advising Committee. These are the tenure/tenure-track faculty members listed above. These professors can help you with questions about your program, provide signatures or registration PINs, and work with you on career and graduate school planning. Please contact the advisor corresponding to your last name as noted in the table below (including if you are in the Actuarial Science minor).

Option advisors

If you are in the Secondary Teaching Emphasis option, please contact Mary Beisiegel.

If you are in the Applied and Computational option, please contact Nathan Gibson.