Academic Advising - Mathematics Department

Angie Gardiner
Academic Advising Coordinator
LCB 214
Corey Grint
Academic Advisor

We are here to help you make the most of your experience at the U of U.

Scheduled Appointments
For issues expected to take 15 minutes or more, such as major declarations, mandatory advising and graduation planning. If you don't see any available times check back regularly for slots that have opened up or call/email with some alternate days/times you are available.
Drop-In Office Hours
For issues expected to take 5-10 minutes, such as minor declarations and forms to be signed.
Drop-in Office Hours Summer 2017 will be posted weekly:
There are no drop-in hours the week of July 24th.

Monday, July 31 10:30 - 12:00
Wednesday, August 2 1:30 - 3:00

Math Majors please contact us once per semester, or at least once per year, to discuss progress toward your degree and any concerns you may have. This will allow you to know more about course availability and pre-requisites (which are strictly enforced). It is crucial that you work closely with us to graduate without delay.
Transfer students contact us early in your academic career, even prior to admission to the University of Utah.

Transfer Course Evaluations

In order to evaluate your coursework we will need an official course description and your uID. You can submit the information from the course website, an official syllabus (that lists topics covered, textbook used and prerequisite information) or a letter from an advisor.

How can we help you?

  • To declare a Mathematics major or minor
  • Explain U of U graduation requirements: general education, bachelor degree and course prerequisites
  • Develop an academic plan (that includes what order to take courses and when they are available)
  • How to use the Degree Audit & GPS Systems
  • Connect with U of U departmental opportunities and resources
  • Evaluate transfer courses
  • For math majors clearning general education requirements
  • Navigate here at the U of U from admission to graduation, and everything in between
  • Discuss ANYTHING regarding your education here at the UofU