This is your page. I've tried to collect links here to some relevant SMC information, as well as copies of some useful handouts. (Please let me know if there is anyway this page could be made more helpful to you.) Although you are ultimately responsible for your own academic planning and experiences, your academic advisor can be a valuable 'point-of-entry' to important information as you make your decisions. Academic advisors can also act as a sounding board as you work through the decision-making process, and occasionally as facilitators as you realize your plans. My door is always open!
(For fun: The Fair, and The CCTA Bus to the Fair, and The cultural pass, and Smuggs ski program. )
|Math Major_Minor Information||Academic Integrity||Study Abroad|
|Engineering Program (also email Zsu Kadas, Lloyd Simons , Greta Pangborn, or Sandy Karstens||Student Handbook||Study Skills and Time Management||Registrar's Website: Course Schedules, Calendar (including add/drop and withdraw dates), Final Exam Schedule, Registration Procedures, etc.|
|Education Major Information||Undergraduate Catalogs||Resources for Academic and Personal Concerns||Pi Mu Epsilon, the Mathematics Honor Society. Email Zsu Kadas.|
When Will I Use Math?
Math Dept Website
Math Courses (look under Math in the course catalog)
Mathematics Student Guide under 4-4
Math info under 4-4.pdf (includes sample schedules)
Why Study Mathematics?
Education Department Website
Advising Resources in Education
Student Resource Center Home
Study Skills Page
Academic support (including learning or physical disabilities)