The Undergraduate Mathematics Students Association (UMSA) is a student group sponsored by the UCLA Mathematics Department. It is open to all people that are interested in mathematics, particularly catering to the UCLA pure and applied mathematics communities.
UMSA focuses on helping undergraduates gain a sense of community among their fellow UCLA math enthusiasts. This is achieved through regular social events, guest speakers, and info sessions. Our organization recognizes the academic concerns of our members, whether it's applying to graduate school, finding a career path, or even choosing the right major. As a group we will do our best to meet these needs, so we appreciate your ideas and feedback.
Enormous Activities Fair
Tuesday, September 25 || 11 AM - 3 PM, Dickson Plaza
Visit our table at the Enormous Activities Fair to learn more about what UMSA does, how you can join and benefit from membership.
Fall 2018 General Meeting
Date, Time, and Location TBD
A welcome of our new members, outline of our events for this quarter, and accepting registration fees for UMSA membership
"I think the most important thing for developing an interest in mathematics is to have the ability and the freedom to play with mathematics -- to set little challenges for oneself, to devise little games."