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Please check the Department of Mathematics EVENT page for information regarding graduate events + seminars.

# INFO SESSIONS

### MATH MINOR INFORMATION SESSION

### INFORMATION SESSION: PROGRAMS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

- Click here for a PDF of the information session from Fall 2022.
- This informaiton session covers the following:
- How to declare a major in the Department of Mathematics.
- Program major differences and requirements.
- Course planning for APMA, MATH, MACM, and OPRES majors.
- MATH 232 vs MATH 240.
- GPA and minimum grade requirements.
- Schedule of course offerings.
- Spring 2023 special course offerings.

### THE 8 MISTAKES NEW STUDENTS MAKE

# EXAM MIXERS

Do you want to ace your math exams? Are you in search of a supportive atmosphere to help you stay focused? Our MATH EXAM MIXERS are just what you need to succeed!

The Department of Mathematics hosts MATH EXAM MIXERS - complete with practice tests + free snacks and refreshments!

# VOLUNTEER

# STUDY HALL

Do you need a quiet place to study on campus? Are you interested in connecting with your peers, swapping notes, and building your SFU network? Look no further than MATH STUDY HALL!

**CHECK BACK IN JANUARY FOR SPRING 2024 HOURS**

# SUCCESS SESSIONS

Are you interested in learning effective strategies to prepare for exams, study more efficiently, and improve your grades? Join us for one of our upcoming Math Success Sessions! Designed especially for first and second year students.

## Math Outside the Box

This is an informal talk and demo series for first and second year students curious about mathematics. These talks are intended to show students the neat things mathematicians do (beyond calculus and the classroom) and to give students a glimpse at the kind of stuff studied in higher level mathematics courses.