Academic Advising

All students who have been admitted to IU Southeast and declare their major in Mathematics will be advised through the School of Natural Sciences. First year students are required to meet with a Professional Advisor once during their first academic year. 

Students are strongly encouraged to consult with an advisor to review academic requirements, discuss prospective courses, and consider how those courses fit into the overall academic and career plan.

To schedule an appointment with one of the Mathematics Professional Advisors, please call the Natural Science Advising Office at (812) 941-2184+.

Faculty Advising

In addition to meeting regularly with a Professional Academic Advisor, it is recommended that students meet with a Faculty Advisor during the Junior and Senior years. 

Dr. Chris Lang (Mathematics Coordinator & Advisor)

Recommended Preparation

The best preparation is to follow the mainstream of mathematics courses offered in high school. Students find it extremely beneficial to have at least two years of algebra and a year of geometry before they enter the IU Southeast program.

College-bound high school students should keep in mind that lower-level algebra courses do not count toward the mathematics concentration requirement at IU Southeast, although some of these courses do count toward graduation.