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What calculator is required for my math course?

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The mathematics courses listed require either a scientific calculator or a graphing calculator. You may purchase these calculators at the Campus Store so you can be prepared for the first day of class.

Course NameCourse NumberRequired/Recommended Calculator
Mathematical ConceptsMATH 1004No calculator use allowed
Statistics IMATH 1123 TI-30X IIS or TI -83 or TI-84
Liberal Arts Math IMATH 1143TI-30X IIS or TI -83 or TI-84
Quantitative ReasoningMATH 1323TI-30X IIS or TI -83 or TI-84
Explorations in GeometryMATH 1423TI-30X IIS or TI -83 or TI-84
Algebra ConceptsMATH 1014 TI -83 or TI-84
College AlgebraMATH 1033TI -83 or TI-84
College Algebra of FunctionsMATH 1034TI -83 or TI-84
PrecalculusMATH 1054TI -83 or TI-84
Technical Calculus IMATH 1063TI -83 or TI-84, students in programs that require Calculus II (or Technical Calculus II) and beyond may prefer to have a TI-89 or a Voyage 200
Calculus IMATH 1084TI -83 or TI-84, students in programs that require Calculus II (or Technical Calculus II) and beyond may prefer to have a TI-89 or a Voyage 200
Statistical Methods & AnalysisMATH 2124 TI -83 or TI-84
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What do I do if I need extra help in a class?

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Visit the Learning Center. They'll put you in touch with a peer tutor. The best part is that tutoring services are FREE!

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What services are available to help students succeed?

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Health and Wellness Services is where students can go for counseling or help for a wide variety of issues. The Student Success Center provides students with tutoring services. In addition, students with learning or physical disabilities can go to the Student Success Center for assistance.

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What types of jobs are there on campus?

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There are many jobs on campus including work study, dining services, and various jobs through Student Activities, Athletics, and Admissions. See our student employment opportunities page for further details.

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What intercollegiate/intramural sports programs are offered?

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There are 18 intercollegiate sports (see list below) and a wide variety of intramural sports available. For further information see the intramural sports page.

  • Baseball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Women's Basketball
  • Men's Cross Country
  • Women's Cross Country
  • Football
  • Lacrosse
  • Men's Soccer
  • Women's Soccer
  • Softball
  • Men's Swimming
  • Women's Swimming
  • Men's Indoor Track & Field
  • Women's Indoor Track & Field
  • Men's Outdoor Track & Field
  • Women's Outdoor Track & Field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

What types of social activities are available?

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There are more than 70 different clubs and activities available on campus. Different types of clubs and activities include intramural sports, academic clubs, and special interest clubs. See our clubs and organizations page for a complete list.

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How far is it to the Wellsville campus?

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The Wellsville campus is approximately 15 miles away (a 20‑minute drive). Students can use the free Alfred State bus service to get to the Wellsville campus, or they can use their own cars.

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