Mathematics and Statistics Department Resources

Kenneth Cooke Summer Research Fellowship

The Kenneth Cooke Summer Research Fellowship is offered each year. Any Pomona College student is eligible to apply for ten weeks of summer research in applied mathematics or statistics. Application deadline is March 31 of the year in which it is granted.

Mathematics and Statistics Department Resources

Travel Grant Info

Want to go to the Joint Math/Stat Meetings or MathFest or the Nebraska Undergraduate Conference for Women or ??? Pomona College and the Math Dept encourage you to apply for travel grant funds. More information can be found at Faculty-Sponsored Student Research Travel.

Math Lunch

Ever seen your favorite math professor eat? Curious about math majors? Want some stimulating lunch conversation? Want to exercise in the brain gym? Join us for lunch Fridays at noon in Frary South PDR. See you there!

Learning Community in Mathematics (LiCMATH)

The Pomona College Mathematics Department has established Learning Communities in Mathematics (LiCMATH, pronounced 'Like Math') to provide an honors-level experience to well-prepared students in Calculus I and II. To learn more visit please visit our Learning Community in Mathematics page.

Quantitative Skills Center

The QSC is here to help you get a handle on those quantitative methods, concepts, and questions that many Pomona College courses cover. What do we mean by quantitative skills? We mean those skills related to empirical inquiry via mathematical, statistical, or computational data gathering and analysis. To learn more visit please visit the Quantitative Skills Center.

Placement Advice

The mathematics curriculum at Pomona College has a number of entry points and it is possible to go through the introductory courses following a variety of different paths. To learn more visit please visit Placement Advice.

Accelerated Master's Degree in Mathematics for 5-C Students

The Institute of Mathematical Science was founded in the late 1960s as the graduate division in Mathematics for the five undergraduate Claremont Colleges: Harvey Mudd, Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, Pomona and Scripps.

Undergraduate students at the Claremont Colleges can obtain a graduate degree on an accelerated track, working toward the master’s requirements simultaneously with the completion of an undergraduate degree. Recent alumni of the Claremont Colleges can also obtain a graduate degree on an accelerated track.

For more information about accelerated master degrees with IMS read about Accelerated Masters.