Byrne Scholars Program
Math Organizations on Campus
Information for Current and Prospective Undergraduate Students
Courses - Courses open to students, descriptions, web pages, time tables, etc.
First-year Students - Information about advanced placement and credit, suggested courses, and answers to many common questions of concern to prospective and first-year students.
Majors - Why major in math? Who majors in math? What kinds of jobs to math majors get? How do you sign up?
Minors - What kinds of minors are there in math? How flexible are the minors? What good is a minor in math?
Learning Objectives - Majors and Minors
Research Opportunities - Want to work with a professor on an ongoing research project? Check out the possibilities.
Byrne Scholars Program - In honor of her late husband, insurance executive and philanthropist John J. (Jack) Byrne Jr., Dorothy Byrne of Etna, N.H., has committed $20 million to help Dartmouth attract and support the finest math students and professors. All Dartmouth applicants will be considered for this special scholarship.
Honors Program - Students can receive a degree conferred with 'Honors' or 'High Honors' by satisfying the requirements of the College's Honors Program.
AWM Student Chapter - A student chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics at Dartmouth College.
Dartmouth Math Society - To create a community where students interested in mathematics can interact and discuss mathematics in a setting outside of the classroom environment. Our goal is to encourage, foster interest in and enrich the understanding of mathematics. We intend to promote the pursuit of mathematics at all levels.
Dartmouth SIAM - Established in Winter of 2012, the Dartmouth SIAM chapter was created to make students aware of possible career paths in industrial and applied mathematics, enable students to use their skills and creativity to complete projects and compete in competitions, and provide a forum for students to share their thoughts and ideas with respect to industrial and applied mathematics. We are an organization open to all interested students, with no membership dues or fees.
DUJS - The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science publishes undergraduate research and science review articles every term. Their website has weekly online news articles and archives of their print articles, along with submission guidelines. Math students are encouraged to submit papers for publication.
Off-campus opportunities - Study abroad, summer research opportunities.