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Help for Undergrads

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  • If your course is full, and you wish to get on a waiting list, please fill in the form
  • Filling in this form is no guarantee that you will get into the course. We can't exceed the room capacity. But we'll do our best to help you enrol.
  • If the section you are trying to get into is full, then try to enrol in a different section - other sections may still have spaces!
  • Check theĀ important dates for adding and dropping courses.

The Math & Stats Help Centre and Study Hub, located in ROSS S525, provides students one-on-one tutorial help for most first and second year introductory level MATH courses. Tutors are graduate students from the department.

You can also ask questions about your courses online at The Math & Stats Help Centre and Study Hub Discord server .

Bethune College has resources to help students succeed in their math and statistics courses. In particular, there are special tutorials for entering students who need to upgrade their skills in algebra and trigonometry. See Science Summer Transition Program .

You can get additional academic support through Bethune College's Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS). Study groups are a great way to accelerate your learning, especially in the Sciences. By regularly getting together with others in your class to study you can compare and review study notes, discuss and clarify concepts, develop and evaluate study strategies, and prepare for tests and exams.

ALEKS is an online adaptive module that will refresh students' high school math. Students can access ALEKS through eclass. If you are having trouble accessing ALEKS please contact 

  • If you miss a test/assignment due to a valid medical emergency, please contact your course instructor directly. Each individual course has specific procedures and rules that you must follow, and it is your responsibility to be aware of them.
  • If you miss a final exam due to a valid medical emergency, please follow the Deferred Exam Procedures instructions. Send the completed Deferred Standing Agreement and Attending Physician's Statement to and your instructor no later than one week after the date of the missed exam.
  • Math/Stats has one Common Deferred Makeup Date for each exam period. This date is not negotiable.
  • If you defer your final exam, you can't use that course as a prerequisite for another course until you write the deferred exam, and you may be de-enrolled from other courses that require that course as a prerequisite.
  • You can only defer a final exam once. If you don't write on the deferred date, you must submit a formal petition (see info on petitions below).
  • Final grades will be posted online. If the grade is not available, students should contact their instructor. The Undergraduate Office does not give out grades to students. If a student deferred their exam, their grade will not appear online. After students write the deferred exam, they can obtain the grade from their instructor.
  • If a student feels their grade is not correct, they should contact their instructor. Students can also
    request a reappraisal of their exam or final grade by submitting the Reappraisal Request Form[PDF] to (this can result in grades going up or down). The deadlines for Grade Reappraisal are: Fall Term (F) February 15th, Fall/Winter (F/W) June 15th, Winter (W) June 15th, Summer (SU, S1, S2) September 30th (or 21 days from the release of grades, whichever is later). Learn more about the grade reappraisal principles

  • Student Accessibility Services can help if disability related barriers make it difficult for you to access course materials and demonstrate your knowledge and skills. Accommodations are designed to give you equitable access to education.




Applied Math
Professor Hongmei Zhu

Actuarial Science
Professor Edward Furman

Mathematical Biology
Professor Jane Heffernan

Mathematics for Education
Professor Andrew Skelton

Pure Mathematics
Professor Mike Zabrocki

Professor Cindy Fu

The Advanced Multimedia Lab (also called the "Gauss Lab") supports those of our mathematics and statistics courses which have a significant computing component. Some of these courses meet in this lab. At times when no classes are scheduled there, the Gauss Lab is open for general student use. Learn more about computer access at Computing at York.

You can go to the Career Centre to get help with your career development and job search. Gain the skills you need to land the career/job you want at the end of your degree

Check out the information for Future Students. Also, you can ask questions and see discussions on Discord.

Contact Us

Undergraduate Program Director (UPD)

Professor Augustine Wong

Undergraduate Office
Office: Ross N519

Office Hours
Monday - Friday from 9am to 12pm
and 1pm to 3pm

Telephone 416-736-5902.

Before contacting our department, please check the information above.