Two active student organizations in the department are Kappa Mu Epsilon, KME, student chapter, and an Association of Computing Machinery, ACM, student chapter.
- KME focuses on the interests and needs of undergraduate mathematics students. There are now over 100 chapters at various American universities and colleges. The national society sponsors a biennial national conference as well as regional conventions on alternate years which allow both for the sharing of ideas and the opportunity for students to present papers, preparing them for the graduate research experience.
- ACM was founded in 1947 as the world's first scientific and educational computing society. The ACM national organization includes 500 college and university chapters. and publishes a popular student computing journal.
Student employment opportunities within the department include tutoring, working as a student assistant or grader for the department, and for graduate students, teaching assistantships.
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