Current Math and Actuarial Science Majors

Mathematics and Actuarial Science students are encouraged to use this website to answer questions they may have during their career at OSU. Students that are not able to answer the questions or concerns here should contact their Academic Advisor in the Math Advising Office.

udents to take up to five exams before receiving their undergraduate degree, creating a competitive advantage in a job search.

     -Actuarial Science Major
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     -Math Study Resources
     -Course and Semester Withdrawals
     -Proficiency Exams
     -Internship and Job Openings
-Mathematics Majors
-Scheduling Math Classes
-Applying for Graduation
-Majors Returning to OSU
-Career Opportunities
-Departmental Warning

Math and Actuarial Science Student's Academic Advisor


The student's academic advisor is the person whom they can consult regarding course selection and the overall planning of their degree. Students should be in contact with their advisor regarding degree planning, academic policies, graduation, and personal/academic issues. Every major is assigned an Academic Advisor in the Department of Mathematics. Students can find their assigned advisor in Buckeye Link on the home screen.

Students are able to visit their academic advisor by scheduling an appointment in OnCourse or during their Walk-in hours

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