Department of Mathematics and Statistics faculty work hard to provide a supportive community for students. Resources include office hours, advising, tutoring, Math Technology Lab, contests, scholarships and the MathStat Club. Explore the multiple opportunities below to stay connected and involved.
Faculty want to have open communication with students. Any questions, big or small, faculty are here to help. Please email your instructor or check your course's syllabus on Canvas.
It is important that each of our majors and graduate students regularly confer with their advisors. We are here to help, but we need to see you to do so.
The University's Center for Academic Excellence Program provides academic resources for all USA students, including tutoring, mentoring, workshops, SI, and academic coaching. More information can be found on their web page here.
The Math Technology Lab is located in room ASC 1301A (where ASC is the Academic Services Center building).
For Spring 2021 (Jan 19, 2021- April 29, 2021) the Lab will be open Mondays through Thursdays from 1pm to 6pm and on Sundays from 2pm to 7pm. The Lab will not be open on Fridays or Saturdays.
Note: the Lab will be closed on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021 for the Mardi Gras Holiday.
Scholarship Services offers a variety of scholarships for students. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics also offers several undergraduate scholarships that are awarded each year in the Spring semester to rising junior and senior students. There are also many contests held each year that offer scholarships to students. Click here for more information.
The USA Math/Stat Club is the official club of the Mathematics and Statistics department here at South. The purpose of the club is to provide students at South the opportunity to discuss current mathematical topics, to learn about job opportunities in the fields of mathematics and statistics, and to provide an environment suitable for networking among students interested in mathematics and statistics.
The club is open to everyone: majors, minors, and anyone else in the USA community with an interest in mathematics. We host a wide variety of math-related events. To find out about our upcoming events, check out our blog.
Also, feel free to visit the department's Facebook group.