Departmental Advising & Support

Students with declared majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences should seek advice from faculty when they are looking for specific information about their chosen major or detailed information about their major department and its curricular and co-curricular offerings.

Meet Department Advisors

Hayden Harker
Senior Instructor/Head Undergraduate Advisor
Phone: 541-346-5630
Office: 215 Fenton Hall
Schedule: Monday 12-12:50pm, Tuesday 1-1:50pm, Friday 10-10:50am
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Tricia Bevans
Senior Instructor
Phone: 541-346-4790
Office: 333B Tykeson Hall
Schedule: Tuesday and Wednesday 11:00-11:50am
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Laura Fredrickson
Assistant Professor
Phone: 541-346-5628
Office: 321 Fenton Hall
Schedule: On leave through January 2024
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David Levin
Phone: 541-346-5621
Office: 310 Fenton Hall
Schedule: Monday and Wednesday 4:30-5:30pm
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Chris Sinclair
Associate Professor
Phone: 541-346-4701
Schedule:Wednesday and Thursday 10-11am
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David Steinberg
Senior Instructor
Phone: 541-346-0948
Office: 333C Tykeson Hall
Schedule: Tuesday 2-3pm, Thursday 11-12pm, Friday 2-3pm
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Math Tutoring

The Math Library offers homework assistance for students in the Department of Mathematics.

Tykeson Hall Advising

Tykeson College and Career Advising is the academic and career advising destination for all students who:

  • Have not yet declared a major, referred to as exploring students
  • Are declared majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Are considering another major or exploring other majors

Contact a Tykeson Advisor

Mathematics Library

The university’s main collection of math books and journals is in the math library, located on the second floor of Fenton Hall. Library workers also offer homework help to students in the main reading room. Most of the books and journals are in the stacks behind the reading room, and there is some quiet space to work in the stacks. Browsing through the stacks is a good way to get some idea of the breadth of mathematics.