This is the online application form for the 2021 Honors Summer Math Camp program, a residential summer math program for high school students. We accept a maximum of 60 students each year, with half being returning students, and half being first-year students. The camp will be in-person if possible and online if COVID-19 does not make that possible. The camp will be held at Texas State University from June 27 - July 31, 2021.
The deadline to apply to camp is April 15 but we may consider applications submitted after this date if we still have spots available. However, we do admissions on a rolling basis, and our program often fills up before the application deadline. Have questions or need help with the application? Just give us a call at 512-245-3439.
1. Essay - (Required) Upload an essay with this application.
2. Transcript or Latest Report Card - (Required) Upload your transcript or latest report card with this application.
3. Teacher Recommendation - (Required) Direct your recommending teacher to this webpage. Your teacher must complete the form and upload a letter.
Note: after you click "submit," the system will automatically e-mail you a copy of your application.
Note: Student's E-mail address is the email that we will use to contact you with all relevant information about camp!
If you have already completed any of the math courses listed below, please indicate the letter grade you received, e.g., "A", "B", "C".
Please upload a copy (PDF format only) of your transcript/report card using the selection button below.
Please upload an application essay below. Candidates should provide a well-written essay one-page in length that includes the following points:
Include your full name at the top of your essay. Thank you.
Note: No payment due with application. If you are accepted, your acceptance letter will reflect the amount due. Limited scholarship assistance is available from the Mathworks Endowments and other donations. Please complete this section to be considered for scholarship assistance.
The full tuition for the program is $4,000 if in-person; and $2,500 if the camp is online. This covers room and board, supplies, and a copy of Mathematica to use during the school year. Students may wish to bring money for miscellaneous expenses.
If you are not seeking a need-based scholarship, simply put "N/A".