Student Organizations

  • Actuary Club
    The Purdue Actuary Club assists students interested in a career as an actuary, a business person who uses math and statistics to assess the financial consequences of risk. Advisor: Richard Penney, 494-1968.

  • Math Club
    The Math Club consists mainly (but not exclusively) of math majors with activities ranging from eating pizza to competing in Math contests. Advisor Edray Goins.

  • Math Education Club
    Math Education Club: The Math Ed Club provides math and science education students with programs of interest to prospective teachers.

  • Purdue Quantitative Finance Club
    The Purdue Quantitative Finance Club is for Mathematics and Statistics grad students interested in computational finance.

  • Purdue Science Student Council (PSSC)
    PSSC promotes a closer relationship among the students and faculty of the College of Science. We also provide academically oriented services to students.

  • Science Ambassadors
    Science Ambassadors are a select group of students who represent the College of Science to prospective and current students and faculty, as well as to alumni.

  • Women in Science Programs (WISP)
    WISP is composed of four components: Graduate Mentoring Program, Residential Program, Tutoring Program, and Undergraduate Mentoring Program. These four components work together to form a continuous environment that fosters success for students in the College of Science at Purdue University from freshman year through Ph.D.

  • AWM Purdue Chapter
    The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences. AWM Purdue Chapter organizes events throughout the year directed specifically towards helping female graduate students by inviting guests to talk about their experiences in their studies and careers. The chapter also runs programs for all graduate students, like the mentoring program for new students.