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# ADVISING SCHEDULE

**DECLARED MAJORS:**

- Click here to access
**Advisor Link**, an online booking system for academic advising appointments. Please note, this portal is only available for Science students. Click*here*for the instructional video.

### Drop-in Advising:

**Summer 2024 drop-in advising:**- Mondays, 10:45 AM-11:30 AM
- Available via Zoom: https://sfu.zoom.us/j/5352383767#succes

- Students in faculties and departments outside of mathematics may attend drop-in advising, or email the advisor with relevant inquiries.

****CLICK HERE FOR COMMON ENROLMENT CONCERNS****

__COURSE OFFERINGS/PLANNING__

^{Please note, not every course is available each term. Certain courses are offered annually, others are offered biennially. }

**QUICK LINKS**

- See
**Department Transfer Requirements**to learn how you can declare a major in the Department of Mathematics.

- See
**FAQs**for solutions to common issues**.** - See Repeating Courses for 3x repeat applications.

__PRIVATE TUTORING __

Graduate students in the MATH department offer private tutoring services for a fee.

- Further details can be found HERE

__SCIENCE & MATH PEER ACADEMIC SUPPORT__

Science and math peers offer free academic help throughout the semester so you can excel in your courses and reach your goals. Peer academic support is offered virtually and in-person, on a drop-in basis, for many first and second-year courses.

- Further details can be found HERE

__Peer Mentorship Program__

The Science Peer Mentorship Program allows new SFU students to benefit from the knowledge and experience of more senior SFU students. Mentees will have the opportunity to learn from their mentors about the programs they are in and the professors, projects, volunteer and student leadership opportunities in the Faculty of Science and the Science student community.

- Further details can be found HERE

__Student Learning Commons (SLC)__

Find additional math and quantitative learning resources at the SLC.

- Further details can be found HERE