If you have difficulty with the material there are a number of resources available:
Apart from learning the material, you will be helping to learn to work as part of a team, which is one of the first abilities which employers look for.
If you have non-mathematical concerns about the course, such as grading policy or classroom conduct, then please talk to me about it. If you still have questions---or if you don't feel comfortable talking to me in the first place---then you may want to talk to our associate chair for undergraduate affairs, Professor Rick Smith, or to our chairman, Professor Jed Keesling. In either case you should make an appointment by going to the departmental office or by phone at 392-0281. The reception desk is room 358 Little hall, which you can find by going in the door near the elevator on the third floor of Little hall.
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