The Journal accepts papers of significant mathematical interest written by students containing work done prior to the students' obtaining a Bachelor's degree. Papers of all types will be considered, including technical, historical, and expository papers.
The Journal is not refereed in the traditional sense. Rather, any student wishing to submit a paper must have a sponsor--a full-time faculty member willing to approve the student's work. The sponsor will play a role in ensuring the quality and veracity of the paper.
The sponsor system and the on-line nature of the Journal enable rapid publication of papers, giving undergraduate students an opportunity to see their work published prior to their graduation. Access to the Journal is provided by the World Wide Web and the url listed below. Papers are presented primarily in postscript format. Papers will be accepted in a variety of formats through anonymous FTP, but TeX and LaTeX are the preferred formats.
Mark Woodard, Editor in Chief
Furman Univeristy, Greenville, SC
Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics