We are the Oxford University student society for Mathematics. Our goals are to promote Mathematics and to provide a social environment for students of Mathematics.
We host informal lectures, often given by leading mathematicians, as well as socials and puzzle competitions. To see our latest events, check out our termcard.
To join our mailing list and keep up to date with our new and events, send a blank email to this address.
Becoming a Member
Becoming a member is easy: membership is just £15, and can be be bought on the door at any of our events. Membership grants you free access to all of our events for life, and a right to vote at general meetings as long as you are a student at the university. Alternatively, non-members can pay £3 on the door for entry to an individual event unless otherwise advertised.
Society events are generally hosted at the new Mathematical Institute, housed in the Andrew Wiles Building. Here’s a map to help you find it, courtesy of the Mathematical Institute. Otherwise feel free to read the directions on their website or contact us for help getting there.