Math

Mathematics Clubs

The Department hosts several math clubs which philosophically are devoted to promoting mathematics to the campus community and beyond. They are involved in numerous activities. A typical year includes guest speakers, fun games and activities, picnics, and more.

The three clubs are: 

  • Alpha Gamma Alpha (AGA)

  • Pi Mu Epsilon (Honorary)

  • Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CTM)

Please contact Adam Bowden or Rebecca Steward for further information.


Alpha Gamma Alpha (AGA: Affiliated with the Mathematics Association of America)      

Application Form

AGA is open to all who are interested in Mathematics and how it affects the world around us.  Membership fee is $10 per semester or $15 for the year if paid in the fall.  Members will meet monthly to provide opportunities to socialize with classmates and faculty to discuss how Mathematics is used in the world around us.


Pi Mu Epsilon (Honorary Fraternity to promote the Scholarship of Mathematics)        

Pi Mu Epsilon is an honorary fraternity of mathematicians, where in all members must meet the following academic requirements:

Option I:  

1. Two years of college mathematics, including calculus.

2. 3.0 GPA on mathematical work.

3. Top one-third of class in general college work.

Option II: 

1. Sophomore classification with three or more college mathematics courses, including one semester of calculus.

2. 4.0 GPA on mathematical work.

3. Top one-fourth of class in general college work.

Option III:

1.  Graduate student whose mathematical work is at least equivalent to that required for undergraduates.

2.  3.0 GPA on mathematical work taken during the last school year prior to election to membership.

Specific scholastic criteria must be met in order to join Pi Mu Epsilon.  It is a non-secret organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity in Mathematics among students in academic institutions.  There is a one-time $30 membership fee.


The Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CTM: Affiliated with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

Application Form

CTM is open to all who are interested in the teaching of mathematics at any level: Kindergarten through the university – level. Membership fee is $10 per semester or $15 for the year if paid in the fall.  Members will meet monthly to provide opportunities to socialize with classmates and faculty and be involved in in-depth, rich activities suitable for a wide range of classrooms.