If you have any advising related questions or concerns, or need to meet with an Academic Advisor, please contact your campus advisor. The mathematics advisor can answer general questions about courses in mathematics and statistics. All majors are encouraged to meet regularly with an academic advisor.
If you need help in registering for a course, please fill out a permit request form.
SCHEDULE AN ADVISING APPOINTMENT
To schedule an advising appointment to meet with a Mathematics Advisor, please choose the applicable scheduling link below:
- Appointments for inactive, returning, and prospective students are scheduled through the Tampa campus Bookings.
- Active USF Student Appointments are scheduled through the Archivum scheduling system.
For additional instructions on scheduling appointments visit the Academic Advising page.
Students with AA or AP holds cannot be seen during drop-in hours, appointment must be made. Drop-in appointments are for registration issues ONLY; students with other concerns must make an appointment. Learn more about Registration Holds.
Declaring a Major or Minor
Students interested in either a minor in mathematics or the mathematics, applied mathematics, or statistics major should contact the appropriate advisor for their home campus. To make a declaration, visit the appropriate page.
WHAT IS ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT?
Academic Advising is the process in which you, the student, and the advisor discuss your academic goals, career ambitions, and personal academic strengths and weaknesses to set realistic goals and expectations in order to help you successfully accomplish your academic endeavors. It is important that you understand that the advisor-advisee connection is a shared relationship and both participants must uphold their end of the agreement in order to produce a successful outcome. This experience is an ongoing process that will develop and flourish with time. After all, this is YOUR academic experience! Your advisor is here to make educated suggestions and guide you towards the best possible options available to you. However, you are solely responsible for the final outcomes.