We are currerntly closed to new major and new minors until December 14, 2020.  Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions.  Non-majors should request course permissions through this webpage:  www-math.umd.edu/non-major-permission-request.html.

 

Spring 2021 Mandatory Advising instructions for math majors:

 
A) Find out the date of your registration appointment on Testudo by clicking Appointment and Registration Status (see below).
 
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B) Faculty advising will be waived, but we recommend that you consult a faculty member if you are unsure which upper-level math course(s) to take.
 
You must be logged in with your @umd.edu email to access this form
 
D) Email your completed google form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no more than 3 business days in advance of your registration appointment.  Please do not email the google form to us more than 3 business days in advance of your registration appointment because we will not be able to handle hundreds of emails at one time.  If you email the google form to us more than 3 business days in advance of your registration appointment, your email will be automatically deleted without further notice, regrettably.  
 
E) On the subject line of the email, please put: Spring 2021 Mandatory Advising
 
F) To help us with the response time, please allow one business day before sending us an email to follow up.  
 
As usual, if you are experiencing stress or are feeling overwhelmed, feel free to contact us anytime.  There is no need for you to wait.

 

 

***Use this website only if you are declaring a math major***

How to declare a math major

Register for an appointment with us using this website (see link below).  We will send you an invitation to zoom meet with us at your appointment time via the email you have registered in Testudo.  Although preferred, you are not required to be on video if you don't have a video camera, but you should be prepared to confirm your identity.