Resources for Students
The Math Department runs a tutorial program. If you need help with any of your math classes, this is the place to be … and it won't cost you a dime! Tutors are available Monday through Saturday.
MEC Mathematical Society
Also known as the Math Club, this student club aims to "provide a social mathematical network in which we encourage each other through shared experiences [and] to foster the learning of mathematics throughout all aspects of life." The Math Club usually meets on Wednesday, during club hour. Check out the club's website.
If you are a math major at MEC, then you have a faculty adviser in the math department. You should meet with your adviser at least once per semester. If you are not sure who he or she is, contact Norma Brown.
Ask your academic adviser about undergraduate research. Very popular are the paid research assistantships offered by the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LS-AMP), but there are many other opportunities out there.
Fellowships for math majors
Every academic year, the math department awards two $5,000 fellowships. If you are a full time math major with a GPA of at least 3.2, contact Norma Brown or your academic adviser to find out how to apply.
Bachelor of Science in the Mathematical Sciences [pdf]
Associate of Science (Mathematics Concentration)
Class schedules at Medgar Evers College
CUNY College Course Catalog
Medgar Evers College Catalogue > Department of Mathematics [pdf]
Frequently Asked Questions about getting a math PhD
AMS Guides to graduate programs in mathematics
Careers page of the American Mathematical Society
Careers page of the Mathematical Association of America
Careers page of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Teaching in NYC (NYC Department of Education)
NYC Teaching Fellows
Math for America