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1. Department Resource Manual

1.1. Where can I find the Department Resource Manual?

The Department Resource Manual can be found here  

You will need to be logged in to our GSuite for Education to view the files.

2. Teaching Technologies

2.1. D2L (Desire 2 Learn)

D2L (Desire 2 Learn) is the university’s selected Learning Management System (LMS). Simply put, D2L is the hub of your class (whether it is an in-person or asynchronous online class). It is a course site that houses announcements, calendars, course documents (syllabus, worksheets, class notes…), but also links out to online homework platforms and other third-party tools that we use in our classes.

The College of Science requires that all courses housed under CoS use D2L, specifically to:

  • Post the syllabus/course policies
  • Post important due dates in the calendar
  • Keep grades updated and calculated so a student can where they stand at any time.



2.2. Math Info - Instructor Home

Math Info ( Instructor Home is the instructor’s portal to the Math Department database. From the Math Info Instructor Home, you can:

  • View your teaching schedule (before it is officially in UAccess)
  • View any supervisees assigned to you for the term
  • Enter your teaching references for the upcoming term(s)
  • Sign up for departmental tutoring
  • And more!




2.3. Gradescope

Gradescope is an online grading tool, useful for grading written work like homework and exams in a very efficient manner.  It allows you to create a rubric, easily edit it throughout grading AND apply those changes to already-graded papers.  

Gradescope is fully integrated with D2L, with a deeper integration starting May 2023. Read below for user guides, instructions, and help support.



2.4. Top Hat

Top Hat is the university’s selected student engagement platform. Known most for its polling abilities for in-class use, Top Hat can also be used for attendance, quizzes/exams, as well as asynchronous responses from students. Top Hat replaces the Turning Point Clickers as the university's student response system.

Top Hat access must be "turned on" for your D2L site. Use the form linked below to request access.



2.5. UAccess Instructor Center

UAccess Instructor Center ( is where instructors can:

  • See their class roster (always up to date)
  • See what DRC accommodations have been requested by students
  • See a picture roster of their class
  • Submit official course grades at the end of the semester.




2.6. UAccess: How to assign and update an Incomplete grade

When assigning an Incomplete grade:

  • Assign the grade of I in UAccess. See below.
  • AND
  • Complete the Math Department's paper Incomplete form. Pick up in Room 108. 
    • The Math Dept still requires this paper form, so we can collect paper copies of any missing work. 
    • Once complete, turn in the paper form with copies of missing work to room 108. (in case you are unavailable)

When changing an Incomplete grade to a letter grade:

  • Arrange with the student how/when they will complete the work. If they need proctoring, schedule a time when you can proctor.
  • Once the work is complete and graded, update the student's grade in UAccess. See below.
  • Any grade left as I after one year will automatically convert to a grade of E in UAccess.


UAccess Help: How to assign an Incomplete and Update a student's grade from Incomplete

2.7. WebAssign

WebAssign is an online homework platform used in our calculus sequence originally, and now also in other classes such as Math 116 and Math 263. It is built on a solid mathematical platform, which allows for smarter grading as it can easily recognize equivalent expressions.

It is not fully integrated into D2L with seamless transfer of grades and/or roster syncing, however the references below can help for more efficient WebAssign management.


3. Getting Started in the Department

3.1. How to get started as a new member in our department

3.2. Join UA Alert

UA Alert is a service that allows registered users – including University of Arizona students, faculty and staff – to receive emergency alerts on their cell phones or other mobile devices during a campus emergency.

Sign up here.

You will remain active in their system for four years, at which time you will need to renew it.

For more information see UAlert's Frequently Asked Questions.

3.3. Join the Teams Workspace

Getting Started in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a communications platform used by the Math Department. Communication is organized into different groups called channels. Within channels, users can share information, get answers, and share files and links. Each user can join the channels that are applicable to them.   

MATH Dept Team. As a member of the Mathematics Department, you will be added automatically. If there is a delay, you may click this link, and request to join the team. One of the team administrators will approve the request as soon as you are verified as a department member.  

You can also find MS Teams as part of the Microsoft Suite at (log in with your UA email address, [netid], and it will take you to the familiar webauth page). 

DOWNLOAD THE APP - Microsoft Teams is most conveniently accessed via a desktop app or mobile device app.  Download the Teams app here

LEARN THE BASICS - UAccess EDGE training - MS Teams Essentials

3.4. The Main Office - Room 108

The Math Main Office is in the Math tower, Room 108.

We're open to instructors and staff Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm

Here you can find the following services.

  • In Person Support
  • Mailboxes
  • Office Supplies
  • Textbooks
  • Enrollment forms and processes
  • Gradescope Scanners
  • Equipment Checkout - laptops, projectors, calculators, cord adaptors 

We also provide online services for 

Contact us at 



3.5. Office Supplies

Office and teaching supplies are available in Math Room 108, the mail room. 

Please keep materials for your use only. If you take supplies into your classroom, take them back out with you.  Also, do not rely on the classrooms having a selection of usable markers.  Come prepared with your own.

  • Scratch paper (in whole sheet, half sheet, or quarter sheets)
  • Whiteboard markers
  • Ballpoint pens (black, red, blue, green)
  • Chalk (white and color)
  • Whiteboard erasers
  • Pencils
  • Chalkboard erasers
  • Index cards
  • White legal pads of paper
  • Post-it notes
  • Scotch tape filler rolls
  • Rubber bands
  • Whiteout tape
  • Paper clips (large and small)
  • Binder clips (small, medium and large)
  • Staples
  • Whiteboard cleaner spray
  • Manila folders
  • Hanging folders
We also keep a small selection of office supplies in the ENR2 Math lobby.
Tape dispensers, staplers, and requests for special items should be directed to the Business Office (Room 117),

4. Getting Ready to Teach

4.1. Teaching Tools Support Office Hours

We have walk-in office hours and appointments available for one-on-one help with any of our teaching tools. 

We can provide assistance with:

  • D2L
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Zoom
  • UAccess
  • Gradescope
  • VoiceThread
  • Panopto

For availability, please see the calendar of walk-in hours or request an appointment by posting in the 01 Teaching and Instructor Support channel in our MATH Dept Team. 

4.2. Create Your Syllabus - Undergraduate Course Syllabus Policy and Templates

4.3. Share your Syllabus

As part of the University's Higher Learning Accreditation, the Math department is required to collect a copy of your class syllabus each semester, for each class you are teaching.  

Please do not email your syllabus.

Instead, share your document with Course Support using the Syllabus Collection Google Form

    1. For each class and section you are teaching this semester, save the syllabus as a pdf.
    2. Rename each pdf.
      • Example: Math112.005-Fall22-Valmont.pdf 
    3. Complete the Syllabus Collection Google Form for each section you are teaching.

4.4. Post your Office Hours

Instructors are required to hold office hours for students. The following should be observed:

  • A minimum of three (3) office hours per week should be posted and kept.
  • These hours should NOT all be in one class time block sequence (e.g. MWF 10-10:50).
  • Office hours should be listed on your class syllabus, posted outside your office door, and reported in MathInfo (to be viewed on your department profile page).

Instructions for posting your Office Hours on MathInfo

If a student is unable to see you at the posted times, you should make yourself available to the student by appointment.

Tenured/tenure-track faculty may count one hour spent in our tutoring room toward required office hours.

4.5. Sign up for Tutoring

University Tutoring - Tutoring for most lower-level courses (Math 129 and below) is offered through the Think Tank, a University-supported tutoring center

MATH 129 and above - Upper division tutoring for Math 129 and above is offered through the department. 


If you are teaching MATH 129 or a higher undergraduate class this term you must sign up for a tutoring hour. (Instructors of Math 254 and 263 tutor in their own office hours and are not expected to sign up here.  GTAs will get a separate email if they are required to tutor.)

  • Calculus tutoring (covering 129,  223) -Mon-Thu between 11-6 or Fri between 11-2 (no more than 2 faculty per time slot)
  • Upper division tutoring (310 and above)  - Mon-Thu 11-6 or Fri between 11-2 (one per time slot please)

How to sign up for tutoring hours:

  1. Go to 
  2. Drag the appropriate tutoring "box" onto your schedule to sign up for a tutoring block.
  3. Be sure to click SAVE after you choose your time slots.

Current tutoring room schedules are available at: 

4.6. Scanning and Photocopy Services

Scanning and Copying Services

The Academic Services Office (Math 108) provides scanning and photocopy services for research, instruction, and administrative purposes.

Due to the large volume of copying and scanning requests, please submit all requests at least 24 hours in advance. (For emergency exceptions, please call 520-621-2682 or come to room 108.)


In general, all course materials should be posted in D2L, rather than being photocopied. If you regularly use handouts in your class and want students to have paper copies, please submit a class notes packet to FastCopy at the beginning of the semester.

Copies from an electronic doc - To request copies from the Math department, complete the Copy Request Form  The copies will be placed in your mailbox, and we will e-mail you.

Copies from a paper doc - If the original is on paper, complete a pink paper "Work Request Form" (available in the Academic Services Office, Math 108). The copies will be placed in your mailbox.

Other Copiers - It is always best to have documents printed in Math 108.  However, sometimes you just need a single copy to edit, or to take to a meeting.  For very small jobs, there are printers available in Math 401N and ENR2 3rd floor lobby. These printers have quotas though, so beware--a two-sided document counts as 2 copies! For more details, see this article about the Math 401N/ENR2 printers.



Gradescope Scanning - There are two Gradescope scanners in Math 108. Please scan your documents yourself and complete the Gradescope scan log. The office staff will share that file with you electronically and email you.

Other scanning - Complete a pink paper "Work Request Form" (available in the Academic Services Office, Math 108). The scanned document will be e-mailed to you, and the original placed in your mailbox.




5. Buildings and Facilities

5.1. One Stop Support for Centrally Scheduled Classrooms

Central Classroom One-Stop Support Center,  621-3852
The university has implemented a one-stop support number for all issues relating to central classrooms, including technology, furniture, custodial, and infrastructure issues. 
Call this number for any issues you have with your Centrally Scheduled Classroom.
You can also call this number to request a classroom technology demo for your scheduled classrooms.  

5.2. Building Maintenance Requests

Building Repair/Maintenance Requests

Repair/maintenance requests can be reporting using the following channels.

Math Controlled spaces (Math Building, MTL, ENR2) 

  • Non-emergencies: Complete the Building Maintenance Request form or email  Please allow time for the appropriate office and personnel to be contacted for your claim to be addressed.
  • Urgent Issue: Call 520-621-6892 during office hours or UAPD 520-621-8273 after hours

All other University spaces

  • Call the One Stop Classroom Support line 520-621-3852
  • For after hours emergencies, you may need to call UAPD 520-621-8273

For reference, the University assigns numbers to its buildings throughout campus. Our buildings and numbers are as follows:

  • Mathematics tower - #89
  • Math Teaching Lab (MTL) - #89A
  • ENR2 - #137

5.3. Math Department Rooms and Classrooms

5.4. Centrally Scheduled Classrooms - Seating Charts

We use Centrally Scheduled Classrooms for many of our Math courses, and for Common Final Exams.

You can find a current seating layout for most centrally scheduled classrooms at 

  1. Select the desired room
  2. Look below the classroom images.
    • Click the seating chart for a full-screen, downloadable image
    • Click Panoramic Image, if available

We encourage you to try out the equipment in a room prior to teaching there. Email to make an appointment.



5.5. Bicycles Are Not Allowed In Buildings

Please register your bike with UA Parking & Transportation.  We cannot stress enough the importance of this. They can help return your bike if it is ever stolen, on OR off campus!


By University Parking & Transportation's rules, "Bicycles shall not be parked or stored in any University building (e.g. offices, residence halls, classrooms, or parking structures without a bicycle storage facility)."  It causes fire and safety hazards to have them stashed in your office or in our narrow hallways, potentially blocking doors and a clear exit from the building if necessary.  

There are plenty of bike parking fixtures across campus.  If you have a high-end bike, are worried about the security of your bike, or you forgot your bike lock one day, you have some options:


  • The Mathematics Building Bike Closet.  This can only house about 7 bikes total (first come, first served), but it is a locked space that is available to anyone with the 1070 key (math Building entrance key).  This is not for long-term storage!  There is not enough room in the closet for that. For added security, there are cables inside the closet to which you may lock your bike.  You can find the closet on the East side of the Math Building, facing Santa Rita Ave.




For more information regarding Bike Rules and Guidelines, please read the Bicycle Parking & Traffic Regulations guide. 


5.6. ENR2 S375 - the Zoom Room

In Summer 2018 the ENR2 conference room S375 was converted to a Zoom Room, with the capability of having a video conference with members participating remotely.  To reserve the room, please use the Rooms Request Form.  The room is equipped with a large monitor hanging on the wall, a wide-angle camera below the monitor to capture all participants in the room, a microphone, and a central console for use with Zoom, as well as a speaker conference phone for a group conference call (not used with Zoom)..

The most obvious change is that there is now an iPad on the table in S375.  This iPad serves as the main console for the meeting in Zoom.  This is where you enter your meeting ID, and can manage the participants or send invites.

Next to the iPad is a sheet of instructions.  Zoom is simple to use, and simple to connect a computer for presentation.

There is a microphone in the center of the table.  It can pick up everyone in the room.  It can also pick up computer audio which leads to mega-feedback if the meeting audio is also played through your computer without earbuds!  (The same can be true if you have the meeting pulled up on a mobile device in that room.)  The microphone is sensitive!

If you have any questions or concerns, please email If you would like to walk through the steps of connecting via Zoom before your meeting, please schedule a time with Cheryl Ekstrom,

6. Instructor Resources

6.1. Useful Forms and Links

Useful Forms and Links for Instructors

Department Resource Manual

Room Reservation Request 

Copy Request

Building Maintenance Request


Instructor Permission Form.xlsx  (NOT FOR STUDENTS)

All drop/add activity should be done by the student in UAccess through the first day of classes.  

After the first day of classes, you can choose to add a student by completing the form above. We will require the student's permission as well, so if you have email correspondence that shows the student's desire to add your class, please forward that to when you complete the above form. 

The Academic Office will check student prerequisites.


Undergrad Special Registration Form (only for 391, 491, 196A)  



6.2. Calendars: Semester Calendars / Semester on a Page

Important Registration Deadlines and Holidays

for regular semester courses (Jan 10 - May 1, 2024)

dynamically dated courses (such as Math 122A/B, 120R, 196L)

and 7-Week courses, including AZ Online

see below for Fall 2023


These are shown using Google calendar (with instructions to add this calendar to your own Google account at the bottom of the page). There is also a downloadable PDF for each.

Please note that some of the religious holidays start at sundown on the day before it is listed in the calendar, so if you have a late afternoon class, this may affect some students.

If you see any errors, please send an email to


** If you cannot see these calendars below, try using Google Chrome **

Regular Semester Calendar - Spring 2024 (Jan 10 - May 1, 2024)

Semester On A Page Spring 24 - Regular [PDF]





Dynamically Dated Semester Calendar - Spring 2024

Semester On A Page Spring 24 - Dynamic [PDF]




7 Week Semester Calendar - including AZOnline - Spring 2024

Semester on a Page Spring 24- 7 Week - pdf




Fall 2023

Semester on a Page Fall 23 - pdf



Want to add these Google Calendars to your own Google account?

Log in to your math account at  You should see above your list of "My Calendars" a space to add other calendar: 

Where it says "Other Calendars", click the + sign, then click "From URL"

Then paste in the following for each of the calendars above:

Regular Semester Calendar:

Dynamically Dated Calendar:

7 Week Calendar:

6.3. Calendars: Departmental Meetings and Events Calendar

Please note the upper right-hand corner which allows you to view this per week, month, or as an agenda (list of meetings). 




Want to add this Google Calendar to your own Google account?

Log in to your math account at  Under your list of "My Calendars" you should see "Other Calendars" with a big "+" next to it. Click on the "+" to see these options:

Where it says "From URL", paste in the following:


6.4. Calendars: Important UA Semester Dates

This page houses the link to the important calendars at the UA:





More information for Summer and Winter courses may be found at

6.5. University Resources for Instructors

Life Work Connections - physical health, mental health, childcare, elder care

Free WiFi Hotspots - around UA and the State of Arizona

Covid19 related information for instructors


Secrets of the UA - We have gathered some valuable (though perhaps not well-known) resources on campus, most are available to all university personnel.  See the list below (as presented in the November 2019 Tools You Can Use series):



6.6. Covid19 Resources

Please see the University's Covid19 pages for up-to-date information.

For UA employees -  ; 

For UA students  - 


Exposure Protocol 

Positive Case Protocol for employees and their supervisors 

If a Student Tests Positive - including required Instructor actions

6.7. Concerned about a Student



Non emergency - Comprehensive list of UA Student Resources

Student Success Resources:

Disability Resource Center:

Mental and Physical Health Resources:

Covid19 related information for students:

Free WiFi Hotspots around UA and Arizona:

6.8. Opportunity: Become a UTA Program Mentor

We are looking for instructors (Calculus I and above) who are interested in mentoring and developing the teaching skills of an undergraduate teaching assistant. It is important that the mentors provide their UTA with a robust (teaching) experience by giving them many diverse opportunities to work with the course and interact with students. Mentors should have brief regular meetings with their UTA to keep the lines of communication open, and allow for the UTA to ask questions about their experience (we suggest weekly meetings). More information about the UTA Program for Math Majors can be found at

If you are interested in mentoring a UTA, please fill in the on-line form at this link:

6.9. Opportunity: Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) Professional Development

The UA Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) offers workshops and mini-courses for instructional professional development.  See the current schedule of workshops and classes at .

6.10. Opportunity: UA Certificate in College Teaching Program

The UA Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) offers a 10-unit graduate program consisting of a series of courses that provide foundational information and help develop the competencies necessary to teach effectively in higher education. The courses are known for their enriching collegial atmosphere where learning about learner-centered theories and instructional strategies guide students' development as reflective and effective professional educators. Through an approach focusing on theory into practice post-baccalaureate students, including post-baccalaureate staff and faculty, are prepared to become outstanding teaching professionals.

For more information, see:

6.11. Dropping international students below 12 units

International students should be enrolled full-time and cannot have an excess of online courses or they will jeopardize their immigration status. Hybrid courses are counted as in-person units.

  • Undergraduate students: 12 units - at least 9 units must be in-person
    • If an undergraduate international student needs to be administratively dropped from a course due to nonattendance, please contact ISS for assistance.
    • If you are requesting to drop a student from a 4-unit class (122B, 120R, 223), be sure to specify this, as the ISS needs to temporarily adjust the student's units.  If they assume it's only 3 units, then you will still have problems dropping the student.
  • Graduate students: 9 units  - at least 6 units must be in-person (Graduate students with assistantship can have 6 units with 3 units in-person)

7. Academic Integrity/Code of Conduct

7.1. Overview

Student behavior is guided by two major policies at the University of Arizona: The Code of Academic Integrity and the Student Code of Conduct. Potential violations of either of these codes must be taken seriously and procedure must be followed.  See the following links for more information on the codes, and the procedures for each.

Code of Academic Integrity

Integrity and ethical behavior are expected of every student in all academic work. This Academic Integrity principle stands for honesty in all class work, and ethical conduct in all labs and clinical assignments.

Student Code of Conduct

The aim of education is the intellectual, personal, social, and ethical development of the individual. The educational process is ideally conducted in an environment that encourages reasoned discourse, intellectual honesty, openness to constructive change, and respect for the rights of all individuals. Self -discipline and a respect for the rights of others in the university community are necessary for the fulfillment of such goals. The Student Code of Conduct is designed to promote this environment at each of the state universities.

7.2. Code of Academic Integrity

Information for Instructors

Students are responsible to inform themselves of University policies regarding the Code of Academic Integrity.  Students found to be in violation of the Code are subject to penalties ranging from a loss of credit for work involved to a grade of E in the course, and possibly risk suspension or probation.

Suppose you suspect a violation to the code of academic integrity.  The short-short version of the procedure is:

  1. The student should receive written notice requesting a conference with student within a reasonable time frame.  The written notice should include a detailed reason for the conference and fair consideration of the charges against them. 
  2. The faculty member must confer with student within 15 academic days (typically 3 weeks) of receiving evidence.
    • After 15 days, the instructor may impose sanctions if student has not responded to multiple reasonable attempts to meet.
    • If an instructor does not pursue the potential violation after 15 academic days, then the student shall not be subject to the code. 
  3. Within 10 days of the conference, faculty shall prepare a written decision outlining the charges, evidence, findings, conclusion, and sanctions imposed on an online form from Dean of Students Office.  The Dean of Students Office will notify student and their Academic Dean (with faculty member copied).
  4. The student has 10 academic days yp to appeal to their Academic Dean.
  5. Within 15 academic days of receiving the appeal, the Dean of the College shall schedule an appeal hearing, to be concluded within 30 academic days of receiving the appeal.  At that time, the Dean may decide:
    • To overturn sanctions are overturned and remove record of a violation (there is not enough evidence to support a violation).
    • To uphold the faculty member's decision and sanctions (violation is supported by evidence and sanctions are appropriate).
    • To modify the sanctions (violation is supported by evidence, but the sanctions imposed are inadequate or excessive).

The following links have been created to assist instructors who suspect a violation of the Code.

7.3. Student Code of Conduct

Information for Instructors 

Students are responsible to inform themselves of University policies regarding the Code of Conduct. The following links have been created to assist instructors who suspect a violation of the Code. 

8. For Researchers

8.1. Math Library of Research Resources

(Page under construction)

Abstracts of Papers Presented to the American Mathematical Society

ACTA Applicandae Mathematicae

Aequationes Mathematicae

American Journal of Mathematics

American Mathematical Monthly

American Mathematical Society Proceedings

American Mathematical Society Translations

Amstat News

Analele Stiintifice

Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinesis De Rolando Eotvos Nominatae

Annals of Mathematics

Applicable Analysis

Applications of Mathematics in Mechanics

Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis

Archives of Virology

Association for Women in Mathematics

Beitrage zur Algebra und Geometrie

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology

Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society

Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications

Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics Academia Sinica

Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society

Canadian Journal of Mathematics


Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis

Communications on pure and applied Mathematics

Current Mathematical Publications

Duke Mathematical Journal

European Journal of Applied Mathematics

Extracta Mathematicae

Hiroshima Mathematical Journal

Hokkaido Mathemtical Journal

Houston Journal of Mathematics

IHP Annales Institut Henri Poincare

Illinois Journal of Mathematics

Jahresberiche der deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung

Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics

Journal of Business and Economic Statistics

Journal of Commutative Algebra

Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics

Journal of differential Equations

Journal of Differential Geometry

Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics

Journal of Geometry and Physics

Journal of Integral Equations and Applications

Journal of Mathematical Physics

Journal of the American Statistical Association

Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society

Kobe Journal of Mathematics

L'Enseignement Mathematique

Logic in Computer Science

Mathematics Magazine

Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society

Michigan Mathematical Journal

Monatshefte Fur Mathematik

Natural Resource Modeling

New Zealand Journal of Mathematics

Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde

Operators and Matrices

Pacific Journal of Mathematics

Physica D

Physics Letters A

Proceedings of the Japan Academy

Publicacions Matematiques

Publications de L'institut Mathematique

Publications Mathematiques

Radovi Matematicki

Sarajevo Journal of Mathematics

SIAM Journal on Algebraic and Discrete Methods

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics

Siam Journal on Computing

SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization

Siam Journal on Mathematical Analysis

SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis

SIAM Journal on Optimization

SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing

SIAM Review

SIAM Theory of Probability and it's applications

Soviet Mathematics

Statistical Science

Taiwanese Journal of Mathematics


The American Journal of Mathematics

The American Mathematical Monthly MAA

The American Mathematical Society Notices

The American Mathematical Society: Transactions

The American Statistician

The Analysis of Probability

The Annals of Applied Probability

The Annals of Mathematical Statistics

The Annals of Probability

The Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly

The College Mathematics Journal

The Journal of Mathematical Physics

The Mathematica Journal

The Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics


Transactions of the American Mathematical Society

Transactions of the American Mathematical Society

Utilitas Mathematica


9. For Faculty Advisors of Undergraduates

9.1. How can I get a current list of my advisees?

To view a list of your advisees:

  1. Log into Math Info at using your NetID and password.
  2. Click the "Instructor Home Page" link.
  3. Click the "Undergrad Advisees" link.
  • Sorting: To sort your advisees, click on the header containing the field you'd like to use to sort by. 
  • Filtering: To filter your advisees, right-click on the header containing the field you'd like to filter by, then enter your filter criteria in the box that appears. 
  • Searching: To search, enter search criteria in the box at the top right of the table.

If there is additional information you would like to have, please notify the Math Center Staff (link sends email).

Your view is linked to our database, which is updated at least once a week during fall and spring semesters, as students add and drop majors.

9.2. Faculty advisor preferences

Please take a few minutes to complete our online form to help us better match advisees to you.

9.3. Faculty advising resource page

9.4. Faculty advisor Google group

We have a Google group for Math Department faculty advisors to enable us to send messages and also maintain them in an archive.  Members may view the group and archived messages at