We have many wonderful resources available for our students, including tutoring, advice on courses, software, and library resources. Here are some that you may find useful:

#### Getting Help with Math:

- Math Learning Center (The purpose of the MLC is to provide tutoring for lower level math courses at no cost.)
- What can you do with a math degree?

#### Information about Courses:

- Course Textbooks (An updated list of the textbook needed for each math course.)
- Course Advisement (What courses should you take and when? This gives an informal description of most courses.)
- Course Rotation (Find out when specific courses are usually offered.)

#### Math Careers and Other Opportunities:

- Careers in Math (What can you do after Geneseo? And there are lots of very good answers available.)
- Preparation for Graduate School (If you think you would like to pursue a graduate degree in a mathematics-related field, begin here to make sure you are one the right track.)
- What can you do with a math degree?
- Internships (Learn about possible internship opportunities.)
- Student Research (Find some information about doing mathematical research.)
- List of Graduate Programs (Here you will find a list of PhD programs in Mathematics, Applied Math, Statistics, and Math Education.)
- Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematical Honor Society

#### Student Organizations Related to Math:

- PRISM Math Club
- Association for Women in Math (AWM) (To encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences.)
- Geneseo Actuarial Science Club
- Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematical Honor Society

#### Additional Resources:

- Transfer Courses (Check here to see if a course from another school transfers to Geneseo.
- Library Resources (The Milne staff has put together some interesting resources for Math majors and faculty.)
- Software and Instructional Guides (Here you will find various math software and utilities, as well as instructional guides for your calculators.)
- Student Presentation Evaluation Rubric (Part of the oral presentation requirement (Math 348) is to critique the mathematical presentations of other students. This is a rubric to assist with these evaluations.)
- Test Preparation (Here is some information about exam requirements for teacher certification and for those who plan to go to graduate school.)
- "Headlines & Deadlines for Students a free monthly email service from the American Mathematical Society that includes news, links to helpful resources, and deadlines for applications for fellowships and grants, meeting registrations, and more. Each email news or deadline item links to a site for details, or to more information on the "Headlines & Deadlines for Students" web page. Follow the link above for more information.