Friends of MUSA
To stay informed about opportunities around the
math department, join our mailing list and ask the department advisors to add you to their mailing list.
- Gender Equity in Mathematics (GEM)
Gender Equity in Mathematics at Berkeley (GEM) is an organization that serves to foster a community and provide a network amongst the undergraduate women and other underrepresented genders in mathematics at Cal.
- Berkeley Math Tournament (BMT)
Berkeley Math Tournament is a UC Berkeley student-led organization that aims to spread mathematics and the spirit of mathematical competition globally by presenting students with interesting, original, hand-crafted problems.
- Berkeley Mathematics Directed Reading Program
The Directed Reading Program provides undergraduates with the opportunity to work closely with UC Berkeley mathematics graduate students in an independent reading project.
- Society of Physics Students at Berkeley (SPS)
The Society of Physics Students is a professional, national organization for all students interested in physics.
- Computer Science Undergraduate Association (CSUA)
The CSUA is here to make every step of your undergraduate computer science experience smoother, easier, and more fun!
- Student Association for Applied Statistics (SAAS)
The Student Association for Applied Statistics is a premier organization at UC Berkeley that stimulates its members' interests in Statistics and facilitates their further development in a statistics career.
CalTeach is a program for undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors interested in exploring a career in education.
Out in STEM is a non-profit professional association for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community.
- Mathematics Graduate Student Association (MGSA)
The MGSA is an organization for math graduate students at UC Berkeley.
- Noetherian Ring (NRing)
The Noetherian Ring consists of professors, graduate students, and postdocs who are women, or somewhere near that on the gender spectrum.
Organizations outside UC Berkeley
If you’d like to stay in touch with our undergraduate math community even after graduating, please send an email to
and we will keep you informed of opportunities to contribute in the future. You can contribute by giving
Math Monday talks
or sharing your experience in professional or academic panels. We promise not to spam you!