UW Math Day

Registration and Fees

Registration

Registration is full for this wildly popular event.  Often spots do become available so please get on our waitlist by emailing the number of students you wish to bring to mathday@uw.edu.    

Make sure you and other school staff are on the email distribution list to get news early for math day by opting in here.

 Fees

$15 per person plus a $35 nonrefundable registration fee per school

Individuals attending without school sponsorship also pay the $35 nonrefundable registration fee.

School teachers or school staff attending need to register as teachers and pay the $15 fee.  Adult chaperones (non-school staff or parents of students) may attend at no charge, and do not need to register.   Please plan to bring enough teachers or chaperones to supervise your student group. ** 

We make every effort to keep the costs related to this event as low as possible. This fee includes all sessions, labs, materials as well as the complimentary lunch for teachers. Students and adult chaperones provide their own lunch.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

If you register and cannot attend, a substitute may be sent. We cannot issue any refunds.

Scholarship Information

Wells Fargo and Boeing have generously made a donation to support Math Day attendance by schools with underrepresented populations. The application form should be submitted by January 12, 2017.

Important note: We will make every effort to notify scholarship applicants, prior to math day registration opening on January 23rd, whether they were granted a scholarship and for how many students. If scholarship schools wish to pay to bring additional students to Math Day, they must register and pay (with a credit card) for additional students using the online registration system for Math Day attendees. Math Day often fills quickly, sometimes in days or hours and additional students will only be able to register if space allows at the time of registration.

 

**The recommendation for adult supervision for youth  ages 15-18 is 1:12.