Your source for quality instruction and groundbreaking research

The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is dedicated to providing quality instruction and conducting groundbreaking research in the mathematical and statistical sciences. We embrace the challenge of teaching mathematics to students with a wide variety of backgrounds, abilities and needs. Our renowned faculty members offer unparalleled training for careers in science, technology, medicine, law, business and many other professions. We’re always eager to share our expertise and serve the mathematical needs of ASU and beyond.  

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A paradise for mathematicians and statisticians

Our school is truly a vibrant community of intellectuals who are committed to solving some of the most intriguing theoretical and applied mathematical problems of our time. Whether you’re a student gaining an appreciation for mathematics, an alumnus starting your career in a rewarding field or a supporter of our school, we want to make sure you can stay connected and engaged with the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences community.  

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Read our latest news stories about intriguing research, faculty, and student success. Learn about upcoming events and happenings. Learn more.

Community outreach projects

In the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, we’re fully vested in the importance of community outreach programs. We believe it’s our duty to give back and contribute to our community. Learn more.

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Do you want to help our school offer the best education possible through classroom learning, educational outreach, scholarship support and faculty research? If so, we encourage you to consider making a gift. Learn more.

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We’re located in Wexler Hall, the A-Wing of the Physical Sciences Center. The building was named in honor of Dr. Charles Wexler, the founding chairman of the Department of Mathematics in appreciation of his outstanding service to the university from 1930 to 1977. He was also the recipient of ASU’s Distinguished Teacher Award.