About the UCLA Olga Radko Endowed Math Circle (ORMC)
What is ORMC?
UCLA Olga Radko Endowed Math Circle (ORMC, formerly the Los Angeles Math Circle (LAMC)) is a free top-tier math circle attracting elementary, middle and high school students interested in mathematics and eager to learn. ORMC is a program of the Department of Mathematics at UCLA and over the years was supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Mathematical Science Research Institute (MSRI), the Boeing Employees Community Fund, Raytheon, a gift from the Glickman family, and math circle families donations.
Types of meetings:
The topics we cover are as varied as advanced plane geometry, elementary number theory, fractals, combinatorics, game theory for the older students, logic, counting techniques, basic combinatorics for the younger ones. The main goal is to learn wonderful mathematics not covered in a typical school curriculum but accessible to the mathematically inclined students. Another goal is to actively engage students in problem solving and to learn effective problem solving strategies. To get an idea of what we are doing, please look at the titles and descriptions of past meetings which are available on our "Circle calendar" for the current year and on our "Archive" page for previous years
Please refer to FAQs if you have questions about the proper placement (choice of group) and other questions related to math circle.
Please see our Directions page for details on how to get there.
New LAMC T-shirt Design
We are excited to showcase the ORMC logo design!
Do you know how to draw the 4D cube (also known as a hypercube or tesseract)? It's the shape in the center of the ORMC logo. Click here to learn more.