# Undergrad Resources

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Peer Advisors

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Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO)

**Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO) is the**

**by-students-for-students math club**dedicated to promoting mathematics on the Stanford campus and elsewhere by hosting various events and providing tutoring resources. They host various events that are

**open to everyone**: math majors and non-math majors, graduate and undergraduate.

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Stanford Undergraduate Research Institute in Mathematics (SURIM)

**where students can work on a research project either one-on-one with a faculty member or in a group mentored by a graduate student.**

**Eligibility:**

- Current Stanford undergraduate students.
- Students receiving support during the Summer must be enrolled in undergraduate studies for both the preceding Spring quarter and the following Fall quarter.

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Directed Reading Program (DRP)

### Tutoring Resources

**Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO):** offers free twice-weekly tutoring sessions during the academic year for students in Math 51, 52, and 53

**Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL): **offers free drop-in and individual appointment tutoring in the following Math courses: Math 19, 20, 21, 51, 52, 53. Tutoring for other Math courses may be available as well. To view the drop-in schedule and information about tutoring for other courses visit here. To schedule an individual appointment visit here.

### External Organizations

**American Mathematical Society (AMS): **Offers many resources on their student page, including information about math programs, graduate school, research, careers, and more.

**Stanford BEAM**: Bridging Education, Ambition & Meaningful Work provides online and in-person career planning resources including job/internship searches (for both academic and non-academic searches), resume, cover letter and CV writing, interviewing and job talk preparation, self-assessment, networking, and more.

**Mathematical Association of America (MAA): **Offers many resources on their Undergraduate Student Resources page, including math meeting, research careers, links to other organizations, and more.