Student Resources and Services

First-Year Orientation

We are pleased to offer an orientation document to help you in your first semester as a student in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The document can be found at the following link: First-Year Orientation Information

You can also view this video for information on first-year course selection and tips for success.

Graduate Handbook (2023-2024) 

Academic Advising

Please contact the Undergraduate Advisor, Mr. Justin Lariviere, at or by phone at (519) 253-3000 x 3021 to set up an appointment.  

Mathematics and Statistics Learning Centre

The MSLC is is open for drop-in service for Summer 2024 Monday through Friday 11am-4pm starting May 13 (closed reading week).
The Math and Stats Learning Centre (MSLC) offers free tutoring to students enrolled in first-year math courses and the second-year statistics course (MATH-1250, 1260, 1270, 1720, 1760, 1780, 1980, and STAT-2910). The MSLC is located in Erie Hall, room 3125.

Mathematics and Statistics Student Association (MSSA)

This active undergraduate student association creates a supportive and engaging environment for students from first year to fourth. The MSSA organizes a "bonding" night to welcome first-year students, runs test and exam tutorials during which upper-year students tutor lower-year students, and engages in study groups as well as hosting a games night and organizing the Pizzanars (enjoy pizza while attending a seminar from one of your favorite profs on an interesting topic). The group also takes the lead in organizing the department's holiday party. Visit the MSSA Facebook page for more details.

As of September 2023, the MSSA Executive is as follows:
President: Melanie Drescher
Vice-President: Eric Dinunzio
Treasurer: Tim Storey
Academic Executive: Nathan Mezenberg
Social Nights Executive: Alex Rizzo
Communications Executive: Nicette Scott
Secretary: Matt Downes
Returning Officer & Chair: Spenser Murray
Website Officer: Maeve Guenette
Discord Moderator: Andrew Grant
Marketing Officer: Cindy Lai
Merchandising Officer: Luca Tonin

Windsor Actuarial Club (WAC)

The Windsor Actuarial Club brings together undergraduate and graduate actuarial science students. They help each other prepare for the professional examinations, which can be written right here in our department. The WAC are members of Actuarial Students National Association (ASNA) and offer financial support, through the department, for attendance of the ASNA annual conference.‚Äč For more information on the WAC, visit the club's Facebook page or LinkedIn profile.

Graduate Student Society

Visit the Graduate Student Society website for more information.

Resources for Teaching Assistants

The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) maintains a page of training and development resources for GAs and TAs. The Faculty of Graduate Studies also provides information on GA and TA contracts and employment.