SASC Mathematics Program

The SASC Mathematics Program is committed to supporting student success. The courses are rigorous, student-centered, and community-oriented.

Benefits

  • Class sizes of 20 students or less.
  • Lectures that include a significant amount of active student participation.
  • A classroom climate that supports all students.
  • Labs two days per week which provide an opportunity for in-depth problem-solving, group work and mentoring by an undergraduate instructor assistant.
  • Academic support outside of class through group office hours and individual tutoring.
  • Teaching to all learning styles.
  • A team approach to instruction.
  • A collaborative approach to learning.
  • Consistent and clear feedback to students.

How to Enroll

Incoming First Year Students
Steps to take before new student orientation to find the math course that is right for you.

Continuing CU Boulder Students
Information for those who are already students at CU-Boulder and wish to take one of our math courses.

Student Resources

Student Resources
Information on tutoring, exam prep, study groups, and other keys to success

Textbook Help
If you are struggling to pay for textbooks, talk to your Academic Coordinator.

Undergrad Math Resource Center
Math Building, Rm 175

Contact Us

Hartoonian, Elena, Math Program Director, McNeill Academic Coordinator elena.hartoonian@colorado.edu FLMG 189 303-492-1406   

Maung, Yi, Instructor, McNeill Academic Coordinator
yi.maung@colorado.edu FLMG 166 303-492-1407  

Fardi, Sati, Instructor sati.fardi@colorado.edu  

Piper, Everett, Instructor, McNeill Academic Coordinator everett.piper@colorado.edu FLMG 166 303-492-0403