The Notre Dame Math Club is the undergraduate organization for mathematics enthusiasts. In particular, membership in the club is open to anyone who has a passion for mathematics, and not just mathematics majors. The Math Club hosts various math lectures throughout the year, including the Math For Everyone series, as well as social events and friendly competitions. You may find a complete list of our events under the "events" tab.

Billy (Class of 2017) is majoring in Accountancy. With the goal to make Notre Dame Math Club the best club on campus, Billy Munch is excited for the year to come. Although not specifically majoring in Mathematics, he has always enjoyed math growing up. He is looking forward to meeting everyone, doing various activities within the club, especially tutoring, but mostly having fun and making Notre Dame Math Club a club that all individuals can enjoy, regardless of their major!

Kevin (Class of 2018) is majoring in Mathematics with an Honors Concentration and Computer Science. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking and fine carpentry. Kevin states that his "love for mathematics transcends that of life itself," owing his appreciation to the fact that "math is universal, absolute, and unquestionable."

Caitlyn (Class of 2018) is double majoring in Mathematics with an Honors Concentration and Physics. She is a second year member of the Math Club that has loved working with numbers from a young age. Always excited to learn about new math subjects and participate in math-related activities, Caitlyn hopes to share her passion for math with others through involvement in the Math Club's various events.

Juan Pablo (Class of 2018) is majoring in Mathematics with an Honors Concentration and minoring in Actuarial Studies. He is from Quito, Ecuador, and currently a sophomore at Notre Dame. Juan states that "even though I have always liked math, in the past years I have found math to be such an interesting and enjoyable science." His goals as a math club officer are to "reach other people through the math club so people can find the same beauty I've found in math."

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