The study focuses on the mathematics learning experiences of the students in the Temporary Accommodation Center and aims to contribute to the understanding of the teaching processes. The research data were collected from the students studying at the schools in the Temporary Accommodation Centers in Türkiye. In the study, it was determined that students faced various difficulties in learning mathematics, and this situation was related to their environment and situation. In order to understand the experiences of migrant students studying at schools in the Temporary Accommodation Center and to highlight the difficulties or strengths they face, research on gender, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic backgrounds can be conducted. This broad perspective can provide information on teaching practices, curriculum development, and support systems to better meet the mathematical education needs of immigrant students at the Temporary Accommodation Centre.