Santa Clara University

Mathematics and Computer Science department


  • iconGeneral Meeting

    For declared and prospective majors and minors in Mathematics or Computer Science.  Wednesday, September 29, 4:30 pm on the lawn between O'Connor and Mayer Theater.

  • iconMath/CS Society Picnic

    Wednesday, September 29, right after general meeting.  More details will be announced later.
  • iconBAMA (Bay Area Mathematical Adventures) Talks

    Santa Clara University, along with San Jose State University, hosts several talks each year by outstanding mathematicians.  The talks are geared toward high school students interested in mathematics.  More information can be found at
  • iconProblem Solving Seminar

    Organizational meeting on Wednesday, September 22, at 3:30 pm in the Sussman Room.  Contact Professor Walden if you have questions.

  • iconNew Course in Quantum Computation

    CSCI 196 - Quantum Computation to be offered in Winter 2011, with Professor Tran.  Topics covered include quantum circuit design, efficient quantum algorithms for factoring and searching, and efficient protocols for cryptography and teleportation.  (Pre-requisite: MATH 53)
  • iconNoyce Teacher Scholarships

    Available to students interested in pursuing a teaching career.  These one-year scholarships will pay for almost 90% of the tuition and fees related to obtaining a teaching credential in the highly respected, fifth-year, post-baccalaureate program in the SCU Department of Education.  Contact Professor McGinley with any questions.  More information at

  • iconFree Tutoring

    • Sussman Room (check schedule on the blackboard opposite the door to O'Connor 31).  Sponsored by Pi Mu Epsilon.
    • Basement of Benson, 7-9pm Sunday through Thursday.  Sponsored by the Drahmann Center.
  • iconGraders needed for MATH/CS courses

    See the list in the Sussman Room.  Students who have taken a course and received an A or B may apply.  Contact the instructor directly.
  • iconNews Archive

    Old news and events here.
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