## Experience life at ASU

Arizona State University’s Tempe campus is a vibrant, bustling place. Our students are here to study and learn and work — as well as to make friends and engage in their community. Thousands of students are waiting for you to join them in such activities and traditions as the Homecoming Lantern Walk, Academic Bowl and the Inferno.

**Find the club for you**

Meet students who are passionate about mathematics or statistics, just like you. At ASU, you’ll find clubs for students interested in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science and data science, and a student chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics.

There are also more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations for you to take part in. Academic groups, cultural clubs and service organizations are just the beginning. Can’t find the niche you’re looking for. No problem. You are welcome to start your own organization.

### Internship opportunities

Internships allow you to take the knowledge you’ve gained in the classroom and apply it to real-world work experiences that employers value — all while earning college credit. Find out what’s required and how many credits you can earn as an undergraduate.

### Student achievements

Each year one student is named the outstanding undergraduate senior mathematics major and awarded the Charles Wexler Mathematics Prize. The student is selected by an awards committee based on nominations made by faculty. Winners receive a plaque and financial award and have their names engraved on a plaque displayed in the school’s office. Could next year’s winner be you?

## Outreach opportunities

The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is involved in ASU's Open Door — a signature event of the Arizona SciTech Festival. The event offers guests a variety of interactive activities and insight into ASU’s science- and math-related programs and our contributions to these fields. More than 1,000 student, faculty and staff volunteers make this event possible every year.

## Advising

Whether you are new to the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences — freshman math majors, transfer students, or other majors who are considering a major or minor in math — or you have questions about internships, research or tutoring, we encourage you to consult with a math advisor.