Advanced Summer Program for students age 11-14
who show high promise and love mathematics

MathPath has once again been awarded an AMS Epsilon Grant
for being a top math summer program
This time we received $9,000
We expect to use it all for financial aid

Admissions Update, February 20 (clarified Feb 28)

Using rolling admissions we have now admitted half of our 105 students
Starting Sunday March 4 we will switch to a deadline system:
Most completed applications will be held
until the application deadline and considered together
That deadline will probably be Sunday March 25
with decisions to be announced in early April.
Only the strongest and weakest of applications completed after March 4
will continue to receive decisions on a rolling basis.
So for a quicker decision and probably less competition
complete your application by March 4
Completed by March 4 means all required items are received with
timestamps or postmarks equivalent to 11:59 pm PST or earlier.

Check back here occasionally for further updates

MathPath 2018 will be held at
Lewis & Clark College in Portland OR
from Sunday, July 1 to Sunday, July 29
(We were at Lewis & Clark before in 2015)

All application materials are online
including the 2018 Qualifying Test
Go to How to Apply and get started!

Many pages of our website
about Lewis & Clark, about getting there and about fees
have already been updated for 2018
Other pages about faculty and courses
plus further information for admitted students
will be updated gradually
Always check the date at the bottom of each webpage
Pages last updated in August 2017 or later are correct for 2018

What's so special about MathPath?
Read this Special Message
from the Executive Director

MathPath ENTER Results: Donation Challenge
Alumni click here 2017 Photos

Click on the boxes for information, starting with the main portal, "MathPath ENTER". MathPath is a 4-week residential summer program held on a different campus each year for students who are 11 to 14 years old. The grade the student is attending in school is not relevant, age is.

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