Hands-on Learning

Students in the Department of Mathematics have many opportunities to extend their education. Studying abroad during a term or a full academic year is just one way to get more out of your studies at the UO.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

The Department of Mathematics offers both volunteer and employment opportunities that allow students to practice their skills through hands-on work.


Get Involved in Research

Deepen your understanding of mathematics through reading courses, the Directed Reading Program, and our distinguished lecture series.

Research Opportunities

Showcase Your Skills

Participate in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition, a nationwide math competition for university-level students. 

Putnam Exam
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Travel and Study Around the World

We live in an increasingly global world. Study abroad experiences can give you the opportunity to learn more about other cultures, acquire and improve language skills, and enhance your academic knowledge. You can choose from more than 80 programs across 50 countries lasting from 3 months to a full year of study.

Study Abroad

Connect with Peers in Mathematics

Students in the Department of Mathematics can socialize and connect with peers through the Undergraduate Math Club and UO chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics.

Student Groups