Undergraduate Honors, Awards, Scholarships and Competitions

There are a variety of department- and university-wide honors, awards, prizes, and competitions available for mathematics undergraduate students.

Robert Noyce Scholarship Program

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Department Prizes and Awards

The Department of Mathematics recognizes outstanding undergraduate students by awarding prizes annually for exceptional work. Department awards are presented at the department's annual awards ceremony each spring.

Department Scholarships

The Department of Mathematics awards scholarships to enable and encourage undergraduate mathematics students to pursue a superb education at Illinois.

Mathematics Competitions

The U of I Department of Mathematics has an extensive program of mathematics competitions that includes three local math contests (U of I Undergraduate Math Contest, U of I Freshman Math Contest, and U of I Mock Putnam Exam), participation in the nationwide William Lowell Putnam Competition, and Putnam training sessions.

Pi Mu Epsilon

Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honor society for the field of mathematics.

Graduation with Departmental Distinction

Requirements for graduation with departmental distinction.

Campus and College Honors and Awards