Student Resources and Services

First Year Orientation

We are pleased to offer you 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.

Academic Advising

As of July 1st, 2020, Mr. Justin Lariviere is the new Academic Advisor. He is available by eMail at

Mathematics and Statistics Learning Centre

MSLC will open Monday, September 21.

The Math and Stats Learning Centre will be online this Fall semester. A "Math and Stats Learning Centre" Blackboard page will be available to all students registered in MATH: 1250, 1260, 1270, 1720, 1760, 1780, 1980, and STAT: 2910. Tutors will be available on Blackboard Virtual classroom, Monday through Friday, 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. until the end of the exam period.
(Closed study week: October 10-18).


Mathematics and Statistics Student Association

This very active undergraduate student association creates a supportive and engaging environment for students from first year to fourth.  They organize a "bonding" night to welcome first year students, they run test and exam tutorials where upper year students tutor lower year students and engage in their own study groups, they have a games night, and organize the Pizzanars (enjoy pizza while attending a seminar from one of your favorite profs on intersting topics), and they always take the lead in organizing the department's Christmas party.

Actuarial Sciences Club

This year saw the inauguration of the Actuarial Sciences Club bringing together the undergraduate and graduate actuarial science students.  They help each other prepare for the professional examinations, which can be written right here in our department, and they are members of ASNA (Actuarial Students National Association) and offer financial support, through the department, for attendance at the ASNA annual conference.‚Äč

Graduate Student Society

Graduate Student Society