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In response to COVID-19, the University of Utah is moving to all online learning for the remainder of summer semester.  
During this time we are still happy to meet with you via phone, video, or email.  
As usual, we will do all we can to help you have a successful academic experience.
For updates to the University of Utah's response to COVID-19, please see the following link:

Academic Advisors are here to help you connect with university resources and opportunities so that you can maximize your undergraduate experience.  We will assist you in exploring and declaring a math major or minor, work with you to create an academic plan, and ensure that you understand graduation requirements such as general education, bachelor degree requirements, and course prerequisites.  We are here to help you navigate the U of U from admission to graduation, and everything in between.


Angie Gardiner


Academic Advising Coordinator
LCB 214 | 801-581-6837


Academic Advisor



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.


 If you are unable to register for a math class without a permission code, review the following information to determine what steps you need to take. The Math Department enforces prerequisites for all math courses through the 5000 level and does not make exceptions to prerequisites. All prerequisite courses must be passed with at least a straight C or better. To review the prerequisites for the math course you want to take, visit the Math course descriptions in the General Catalog.

Permission Code Request Form


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. Please submit this information using the Transfer Course Evaluation Form button below:

transfer course evaluation form


Last Updated: 6/30/20