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Pi Day

March 14 marks our second annual Pi Day of Giving: a day devoted to supporting our students and building awareness for our university. We picked March 14 (3.14≈) for our university’s day of giving because it is Pi Day: a significant number for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It also has an infinite number of digits and is used to calculate the size of a circle. Help us grow our circle of supporters. For us, Pi represents the endless possibilities for our students.

We are pleased to announce all gifts to the General Scholarship Endowment will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, by the Board of Governors' Matching Fund. We are also grateful to our alumni affinity partner, Johnson Insurance for matching alumni donations. Support our students and maximize the impact of your gift!


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Events

Tuesday, March 12
Join us for the free Community Movie night at the Regent Theatre featuring Ralph Breaks the Internet. 

Thursday, March 14
On campus pie events 

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Learn how our faculty use pi

Learn how our faculty use pi

Pi Day Proclamations

Pi Day Proclamations

Greg Crawford, PhD

Greg Crawford, PhD


Thank you to our sponsors

Meridian logo Johnson logo  Algoma logo
Program Sponsor Matching Gift Sponsor Pie Sponsor

 

Pi Day fun with the Faculty of Science

Pi Day fun with the Faculty of Science

Pi Day Photo Gallery

Pi Day Photo Gallery

Having fun with Hunter

Having fun with Hunter