Updated: March 27, 2020By now, you have received multiple communications from President Montgomery and our Provost, Dr. Jennifer Bott, regarding the University’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. WMU remains open and the Department of Mathematics is here to provide assistance in your math courses. Tutoring services are offered through various math tutor labs at various times.
In alignment with courses being offered through distance education for the remainder of the semester, tutoring services will be offered from a distance as our staff works remotely during this time. You will be able to connect with tutors via Video chat. Tutoring is in the same Microsoft Teams channel as the Bronco Study Zone.
Your success is our top priority and we will do our best to serve your needs. Thank you for your patience and be well!
Math Prize Competition
The 2019 competition took place on Saturday, Oct. 26. Congratulations to this year's winners!
Why do you want to study math?
It is often demonstrated that being a mathematician is a top profession
- #1 CareerCast Best Jobs Ranking 2014
- #3 in Best Business Jobs and #4 Best STEM Jobs according to the US News Report 2018
Math skills matter most
Math gives plenty of career opportunities
- Career paths in mathematics
- Thinking of a career in applied mathematics?
- Why teach mathematics?
- American Mathematical Society career information
Study abroad opportunity
If you are applying to a semester of full-year study abroad on the Budapest Semester in Mathematics/Mathematics Education program, BSM, please inquire into the "Linda Lesniak International Study Scholarship in Mathematics or Mathematics Education," as well as any other department funding that may be available to defray expenses related to study abroad. General inquiries about this scholarship should be directed to the directed to the chair of the Department of Mathematics.
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