"All biology courses were challenging, especially Genetics. My professors helped me develop a technique to understand the material instead of memorizing it, which made me complete each course feeling accomplished."
ZA'MYA THOMAS | BIOLOGY
"The Mathematics department makes me feel comfortable approaching professors about anything. I have learned more than just math here and I am grateful for the experience."
AUSTIN MOBLEY | MATHEMATICS
"The Psychology department has helped stimulate my mind and has brought out the best in myself. This department is designed to set someone up for success in graduate school and any career in the Psychology field."
MIKELYN AMPHION | PSYCHOLOGY
"Being a chemistry major is very challenging, but that is what makes it more enjoyable. The gratification of overcoming a challenging concept is one of the most incredible feelings I've ever experienced."
STEPHANIE ADEBOLA | CHEMISTRY
"What I enjoy most about physics is the methodical nature of the problems, and how you can learn concepts and work a few simple problems and then take that knowledge and apply it to solve a more difficult problem."
MARGARET WADE | PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY
Creativity, Discovery, Engagement
The College of Science and Mathematics provides students with strong foundations in
the sciences as well as preparation for careers, citizenship, and a life-long love
We are committed to providing experiences promoting scientific inquiry and discovery and dedicated to creating opportunities for intellectual growth and community involvement.
The Living-Learning Community (LLC) is designed to provide a supportive learning opportunity open to incoming freshmen students.
Up to $8,000 per year are available from a National Science Foundation S-STEM award to assist academically talented students completing degrees in Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Ecology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics.
Undergraduates have many opportunities for real-life research application through the Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS). Their research can take place in any number of locations.
Funding for Research & Travel
The endowment established by Robert and Katherine Reese Pamplin provides funding to support undergraduate and graduate students’ engagement in support of research mentored by faculty.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) and the SciMath Tutoring Center help students learn and engage outside of classrooms through peer-to-peer teaching effort on various subjects in the upper-level science and mathematics courses.
Offers mentoring and preparation for graduate and professional school through the completion of a supervised scholarly project
Research experiences, scholarship, internship, fellowship opportunities outside of the AU institution
Distinguished CSM Alumni
A showcase of notable graduates of the science and math disciplines