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The Math Center
The Math Center supports our department's undergraduate degree programs in Mathematics and Statistics & Data Science (SDS). The Math Center provides advising to math or SDS majors and minors on course selection and program requirements. Additionally, we organize events for undergraduates and provide facilities for undergraduate activities, including the MathCats and RiskRunners student clubs.
Not sure whom to contact?
Math or SDS Majors/Minors, contact the Math Center.
Otherwise, ask the Academic Office, and we'll point you in the right direction.
Math Center Location and Hours
The Math Center is located in the Mathematics Building, Rooms 215, 217, 219, 220, & 221
Math 220, the undergraduate library and study lounge, is typically open Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM during fall and spring semesters. Tutoring is available for upper-division courses at posted times, as well.
Math 221, 219 and 217, advisor offices, are available by appointment (drop-ins are available at designated times).
To ask a question or declare a minor, please use our online forms. You can also access our appointment scheduler and drop-in calendar through the link!
Nellie Rios in Math 215 takes/updates photos of our majors; if you are a math or SDS major and would like to have your picture taken or updated, please contact Nellie for hours.
For general education and/or transfer questions, please contact the office of Transfer Credit & Articulation. They can perform general education evaluations for transfer courses, as well as some evaluations for non-math coursework.
Math Center Staff
Assistant Director, Math Center
Director, Math Center
Associate Head for Undergraduate Programs
Nellie F Rios
2011 AMS Award for an Exemplary Program or Achievement
The Math Center was awarded the 2011 AMS Award for an Exemplary Program or Achievement in a Mathematics Department. There's an article about it in UA News and there is also an article in the May 2011 issue of the Notices of the AMS. Congratulations to the Department of Mathematics for the culture that nurtured the Center over the years, and also to Bill Velez for his remarkable efforts in building it up.