Undergraduate Student Resources
Information for Majors
 Undergraduate Mathematics Majors at FSU
 FSU Calculus Text Information
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 myFSU
 FSU Canvas
 FSU Registration Guide
 FSU Academic Calendars: Fall Spring Summer
 FSU Exam Schedules: Fall Spring Summer  exams occur in class
 FSU Undergraduate Bulletin  Department of Mathematics
 FSU Graduate Bulletin  Department of Mathematics
 Department of Mathematics, Florida State University
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Student Organizations
 FSU Society of Undergraduate Mathemtics Students (SUMS)
 Association for Women in Mathematics Student Chapter at Florida State University (AWM FSM)
Research and Volunteer Opportunities for Undergrads
 Research Opportunities in Math at FSU and elsewhere

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) in Mathematics supported by the National Science Foundation
 New to REUs? Here is an Overview
 Volunteer at FSU Math Fun Day! The Department of Mathematics annually hosts FSU Math Fun, a joint Open House for the general public, including K12 students and teachers. Each year over 100 faculty, staff, and student volunteers from the Department of Mathematics engage with the community. The event is usually held in Spring and there will be a call for volunteers. We hope you will volunteer!
Mathematical Societies, Organizations, and such
 American Mathematical Society (AMS)
 Mathematics Association of America (MAA)
 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
 International Mathematical Union (IMU)
 International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM)
 National Science Foundation (NSF)
 National Science Foundation  Division of Mathematical Sciences (NSF DMS)
 ... and many others around the world!
Mathematics Institutes and Centers
 U.S.A. Mathematical Sciences Institutes funded by the National Science Foundation
 The Clay Mathematics Institute and the Millennium Prize Problems that are worth One Million Dollars each if you can solve them!
 The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Canada
 Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, U.K.
 Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany
 ... and many more around the world!