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Your support makes a significant difference in the success of our faculty and students, improving the lives of the people in our UT community and helping us to make the advances in mathematics that help shape the world.

When you give to the Department of Mathematics, you become a stakeholder in every success, discovery and innovation developed by our faculty and students. Your gifts support teaching and research and help the department change the people who will shape the future of the world.

How to Give

Whether you are making your annual contribution, creating an endowment or simply wishing to make a generous donation to the department, the following are ways you may pay for your gift:

1. Online Gifts
Access the convenience of secure online giving and support the department or program that is most meaningful to you. Make your online gift.

2. Checks sent via U.S. Mail
All checks in support of the Department of Mathematics should be made payable to The University of Texas at Austin. Please note in the memo line your gift's designation within Mathematics. Checks should be mailed to: 

College of Natural Sciences, Dean's Office
The University of Texas at Austin
W.C. Hogg Building, Suite 2.104
120 Inner Campus Drive, Stop G2500
Austin, TX 78712 USA

3. Matching Gifts
The impact of your gift to The University of Texas at Austin may be doubled or possibly tripled! Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Learn more at the Make a Gift to UT Web site.

4. Estate Gifts & Gift Planning
Gift planning is one of the most powerful ways you can support the Department of Mathematics. Through a planned or deferred gift, you can positively affect the future of students and math at UT. Learn more about structuring a gift that will help you honor your values and meet your personal, financial, and estate planning goals.

5. Create an Endowment
Endowments provide permanent support for the departmnt and their impact cannot be overstated. There are many endowment opportunities and funding levels available. Learn more.


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The Williams Endowment

Bob Williams

The Williams Endowment provides an undergraduate scholarship for our best students, selected annually from our top undergraduates.

The Williams Endowment was started in 1999, with donations from two Mathematics faculty. Although many individuals have donated money to aid undergraduates, the Williams Fund is the first permanent endowment. This means that only the interest from the Fund, and not the principal, can be spent.

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The Guy Endowment

Bill GuyThe Guy Endowment was created in honor of Dr. William Guy Jr., one of the best known Professor from the Department of Mathematics.

The Guy Endowment was started with the generous donation of $25,000 from Alumna Marilyn Tipton Halpin and her husband Bob Halpin, as the lead investment for the endowment, which will need to reach $500,000 to sponsor a professorship.

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The Efraim P. Armendariz Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics

Jim DanielThe Armendariz Scholarship provides a scholarship to Mathematics students demonstrating leadership in academic performance, selected annually from our top undergraduates. Started by the immediate family of Dr. Efraim Armendariz, the scholarship intends to grow and expand support of Mathematics students, honoring his legacy.

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The Jim and Ann Daniel Endowed Scholarship for Actuarial Studies

Jim DanielThe Jim and Ann Daniel Endowed Scholarship for Actuarial Studies was created in honor of Dr. Jim Daniel, for his dedication to strengthening the Actuarial Studies program.

 Dr. Jim Daniel became Director of Actuarial Studies in 1989 when the program returned to the Department of Mathematics in the College of Natural Sciences from the Finance Department in

the School of Business. Jim and his wife Ann always have been involved with the program’s students and committed to building a quality program.