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CNS MPA Advising Center

The College of Natural Science's Mathematics, Physics, and Astronomy (MPA) Advising Center provides comprehensive advising services for students.

Professional Advisors

The Mathematics Advising Center is staffed by three professional advisors, who are available during normal business hours. These advisors can run degree audits, assist with course and degree planning, and offer general advice about University rules, and opportunities in the University.

You can stop in the center in PMA 4.101, or call (512) 471-0900. You can also email the center mpaadv@austin.utexas.edu.

Faculty Advisors

The Mathematics Faculty Advisors are available to answer your questions about degrees, careers, graduate school, planning appropriate courses, or discuss student requests about math degrees. For the advisor's hours, check PMA 4.101, or call (512) 471-0900 or email the center at mpaadv@austin.utexas.edu. The Undergraduate Mathematics Faculty Advisor is Dr. Jennifer Austin.

Degree Advisors

Actuarial Science:
Dr. Mark Maxwell
Office: PMA 11.166 
Email: maxwell@math.utexas.edu 
Actuarial Science Program

BSA, BA, BS (Pathways):
Dr. Jennifer Austin
Offices: PMA 8.112
Email: jmann@math.utexas.edu
Find valuable information for math majors under "Student Opps" here.

Professor Pamela Elias, M.Ed.
Office: PAI 4.104 
Email: elias@uteach.utexas.edu
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Departmental Honors:
Dr. Theresa Martines
Offices: PMA 10.108
Email: tmartines@utexas.edu

Undergraduate Ombudsman

The Undergraduate Ombudsperson is available to help resolve concerns about mathematics courses. This is the first person to see to try and resolve conflicts with your mathematics professor. To communicate with the Ombudsperson please email them directly at mathombuds@math.utexas.edu. If you need further assistance reach out to the Math, Physics, and Astronomy Advising Center, PMA 4.101, (512) 471-0900, mpaadv@austin.utexas.edu.

Connect with the American Mathematical Society:

American Mathematical Society site: http://ams.org/programs/students/students

All math majors are encouraged to sign up to receive periodic e-mail notifications regarding recent news, helpful websites, special programs and services, and deadlines for applications for fellowships and grants, meeting registrations, and more: http://ams.org/news-for-students/signup?1