Additional Resources for Undergraduates
The information collected here is meant to be helpful to math students, whether you are majoring in math or plan to take just one math class.
- A Community of Mathematicians - four undergraduates share their experiences as math majors at UA
- Women in Mathematics - experiences and perspectives of women completing the math major at UA
- Incoming Math Students - one student's personal experience of success, failure, and learning to succeed again
- Transition from High School - a group of students share their perspectives
- College Freshmen: Expectations
- Math Placement at UA
Student Profiles and Interviews
- Daniel Fried, class of 2014
- Safatul Islam, class of 2014
- Jason Xu, class of 2012
- Ajit Divakaruni, class of 2006
Advice from Alumni
- Advice on Learning Mathematics by Sean Howe, class of 2010.
Resources for International/ESL Students
- International Student Services
- Center for English as a Second Language: Fee-based part-time and evening classes in the following areas: ☆ English ☆ Pronunciation ☆ Conversations
- Writing Skills Improvement Program: The folks at WSIP can help with any type of writing project (from essays to resumes to dissertations) at any stage.
- Cosmopolitan Toastmasters: A unique public speaking club for non-native English speakers in a friendly, supportive environment. Open to everyone. No prerequisite. Improve communication and leadership skills, and presentation skills. Improve self-confidence speaking in front of a group or when called upon. Great for anyone preparing for a class presentation or job interview.
Resources for Other Student Groups
- African American Student Affairs (AASA)
- Asian Pacific American Student Affairs (APASA)
- The Adalberto & Ana Guerrero Student Center (formerly Chicano Hispanic Students Affairs)
- Disability Resource Center (DRC)
- LGBTQ Affairs
- Native American Student Affairs (NASA)
- Veterans Education and Transition Services (V.E.T.S.)
- Women's Resource Center