Ashland University's department of mathematics and computer science offers several student honoraries and groups which have faculty advisors, but are student-run. Our clubs offer you the opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow classmates and peers who share your similar interests.
Ashland University’s Ohio Rho Chapter was formed in April 2002.
Sophomore, junior and senior mathematics majors who meet the eligibility requirements are invited to join this prestigious honorary.
Ashland University’s Epsilon Chapter was formed in January 2002.
Sophomore, junior and senior computer science majors who meet the eligibility requirements are invited to join this prestigious honorary.
The student chapter at AU began over 20 years ago.
The faculty advisor for the group assists students in preparing for the ACM competitions. In addition to the competitions, the group meets every two weeks for socializing and fun. All students are welcome; there are no membership dues.
The student chapter of MAA here at Ashland was chartered in 1990.
We welcome all who are interested in the mathematical sciences.
In the fall of 2011, Dr. Gordon Swain formed the Ashland University Problem Solving Group (PSG).
The group is open to all Ashland University students and meets regularly throughout the academic year to discuss and attempt to solve mathematical problems posed in scholarly journals.