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 they doubled our award to $10,000
We expect to use it all for financial aid

MathPath 2017 will be held at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley MA
The dates are Sunday, June 25 to Sunday, July 23
To apply start here, but first read our Admissions Update below.

What's so special about MathPath?
Read this 2017 Special Message from the Executive Director
Or see what 2016 parents say and what 2016 students say

Pages of our website are being updated for 2017 as needed
Always check the date at the bottom of each webpage
Pages last updated in August 2016 or later are correct for 2017
Information on courses and faculty will be the last to be updated

Admissions Update
Using rolling admissions (deciding applications more or less in the order they are completed)
we have now admitted half of our 105 students
Starting Sunday March 5 we will switch to a partial deadline system:
All applications completed by
11:59pm Pacific Daylight Time, Monday, March 20
will receive full consideration
At some later point, likely early April, admissions will be closed completely
Starting March 5 the strongest and weakest of completed applications
will continue to receive decisions on a rolling basis
typically within 2 weeks of completion
The majority will be held until after March 20 and considered together
(along with – possibly – some others received by the final closing date)
with decisions announced in mid April

Check back here occasionally for further updates
which may specify the final closing date and
clarify how much applications received after March 20 will be considered

MathPath ENTER Donate
Alumni click here 2016 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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