Give to the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
When you give to the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at Arizona State University, you become a partner in the academic success of our students, the research discoveries of our faculty and the continued effort to make the world better. You’re also supporting a top-ranked research university that’s committed to finding solutions to some of our most pressing concerns. From scholarship support to funding for a specific research cause, your generosity and continued investment impact our community profoundly. Whether you’re donating a couple dollars or a large sum, your gift is greatly appreciated. Any amount makes a difference for our students, faculty, staff, research and programs. Your charitable contributions enable our school to achieve the highest standards of excellence, access and impact.
"Your support is paramount to ensuring our students can attend college and continue pursuing their dreams."
-Al Boggess, Director, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
How You Make a Difference
This fund provides reimbursement for costs incurred by students who successfully pass one of the professional actuarial exams.
An unrestricted fund to help support programs in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.
This award is given to exemplary graduate students in Statistics in honor of Dennis Young, a retired ASU faculty member in statistics.
This fellowship provides recognition and financial assistance to an individual preparing to become highly qualified in teaching mathematics at the secondary school level in a manner which enhances understanding, reasoning ability and achievement.
This merit-based scholarship for exemplary undergraduate students who have a passion for mathematics and have an immigrant or international background, was established by her husband, family and friends as a tribute to Ioana, a former math major at ASU.
This scholarship is offered in partnership with the Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors program, a summer program to promote mathematics to underrepresented high school students.