Alumni and Friends

Your Gifts Change the Future

Support the Department of Mathematics by contributing to annual scholarships made in honor of the memory of family or others. In this challenging economy, it becomes more important than ever to have the support of our alumni to provide students with the opportunity to reach their educational, professional and personal goals.

Annual Scholarships

Annual scholarships may be made in honor of the memory of family or others.

  • Typically a short-term commitment by the donor - usually for one or two academic years.
  • Donors may renew their support annually.
  • The minimum amount to establish a named annual scholarship is $1,500.

Providing Access to Excellence

Offering mathematics students opportunities for educational attainment through scholarships, fellowships and programs designed to foster success

  • Scholarships for undergraduates and graduates
  • Funding for student access
  • Funding for retention programs

Creating New Knowledge

Attracting and retaining world-class, dedicated mathematics faculty who will teach and prepare our students for tomorrow, lead us in our quest to be a nationally recognized university by conducting cutting-edge research and serve our community through outreach and entrepreneurship

  • Chairs and other endowed positions
  • Faculty research funding
  • Start-up funds for new faculty

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events
March Into Your Major Spring 2017

Date: March 22, 2017
Location: UC Ballroom
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Texas Math and Science Coaches Association State Meets 2017

McKinney Humanities Building, UTSA Main Campus

Saturday,

UTSA Mathematics Department Presents: Dr. Peter Polacik

Date: April 22, 2016
Location: FLN 4.1.20 Conference Room
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Recent News
April 20, 2016 UTSA Mathematics Department Presents: Dr. Peter Polacik

Dr. Polacik is to discuss:  "Propagating Terraces in the

April 13, 2016 TMSCA Math Competition is Shining Success!

With support from UTSA staff and students, the annual TMSCA

April 12, 2016 Dr. Young-Heon Kim of University of B.C. Seminar

Dr. Young-Heon Kim of the University of British Columbia